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Old 13 July 2015, 05:28   #121
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Heads up on some very good value used Peli clones below. Found these while looking for a smaller alternative to my 1550, these are a little too small for my use as I need to get an anchor inside but will be ideal if you have less kit to carry and a fraction of the price of a new Peli the same size:

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Old 13 July 2015, 11:08   #122
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Interesting that you put an anchor inside your peli, does that not result in your delicates getting Covered in salty dirt? Could you attach some clips to outside with some bungee to hold it with your kit but separate?
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Old 13 July 2015, 11:14   #123
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Interesting that you put an anchor inside your peli, does that not result in your delicates getting Covered in salty dirt? Could you attach some clips to outside with some bungee to hold it with your kit but separate?

I thought that, but not being particularly SIB savvy, I assumed there'd be a good reason😎


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Old 13 July 2015, 11:20   #124
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No, it's wrapped in an old waterproof padded prop bag and is bone dry - haven't actually needed to use it in five years of SIBing! Just as well as it's the much despised grapnel, keep meaning to get a 2kg Bruce...

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Old 13 July 2015, 12:16   #125
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How cool is that pelicase of goodies?!?
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Old 27 July 2015, 10:11   #126
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Finally picked up a 1500 but slightly too small for my stuff after all, so sticking with the 1550.

1500 will be for sale if anyone is interested.



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Old 03 November 2015, 18:18   #127
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Old 04 November 2015, 05:57   #128
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just re-done mine all in two flare boxes.
plus i carry a dry bag with PLB, phone, food water etc.
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Old 09 November 2015, 16:29   #129
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We use these at work, and thought they may be ideal to keep onboard as emergency food.

MREs for Sale Online | Self Heating Meals from Hot Pack | Instant Hot Rations for Camping, Military, Outdoor, Army, mountaineers, anglers

I thought of buying some for myself, to keep in the pelicase, as they have a long shelf life, and are very tasty....!
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just re-done mine all in two flare boxes.
plus i carry a dry bag with PLB, phone, food water etc.
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