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Old 04 December 2013, 03:31   #11
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Spyderco Atlantic Salt.

Light, single hand open/close, never rusts, cuts to the bone, non-slip grip, RIB safe. Over the season mine got to go play in the water on a tethered crewmate to cut mono off a prop. Absolutely made for the job. Pricey, so a perfect one for the list!

Had one for a couple of years and it's a decent bit of kit
Hiennie Haynes will have one to your door next day too
Got most of what I want for Boating..although some nice Leather Sailing Boots are on the list!
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Old 04 December 2013, 03:42   #12
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Had one for a couple of years and it's a decent bit of kit Hiennie Haynes will have one to your door next day too Got most of what I want for Boating..although some nice Leather Sailing Boots are on the list!
Can recommend Duberry best boot ever a bit pricey but worth it

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Will also put 'The Beast' on the list - would love that RIB, but reckon the Mrs will just chuckle and move on. Worth a shot though eh?
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Old 04 December 2013, 04:07   #14
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Sockets set

I was in Halfords at the weekend and bought one of these sockets sets. They have a lifetime guarantee/look good quality and they are currently on sale with 50% off. Happy shopping

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I need to remove gelcoat in some hard to reach places and was considering putting a Dremel 3000 on my list, only because I have heard that it is the tool to use. I have never used one in my life. It looks like the flexible drive will allow me to get to the difficult places that I have to get to.
Sorry that I am hijacking the thread a little, but it is for my Christmas list, honest
Any views on this tool out in the big wide world please.....
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I need a knife so I checked out that Spyderco Atlantic Salt, its 73 quid !

Mmmm, is it that good ?
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I need a knife so I checked out that Spyderco Atlantic Salt, its 73 quid !

Mmmm, is it that good ?
Well as a collector of 'Sharps' its pretty Low end Believe me!..
Anyway if you take off the Price of a Crap Knife which may well let you down when you need it...ie. like in a Force Five off Lundy with a Lobster Line around yer prop..Yes it is!

When you consider when and what you may very well need a Safety Knife to do, I reckon get the best you can.
The Pacific Salt (Serated) is Pretty good too and a Tenner Cheaper.
They also do a Fixed Blade version which is worth considering...either way 1st thing to do is put it on Lanyard!
I'm a member of 'British Blades Forum' which gets me 10%+ off at Hiennies...and plenty of other outlets well worth it for Outdoor gear and Sharps.
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Can recommend Duberry best boot ever a bit pricey but worth it

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Don't know if I've THAT Good Billy!!
You never know though
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