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Old 01 October 2014, 15:35   #1
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Just wondering... does the standard Redbay side by side console have any storage under the pods? We had a look at what I think was a SF650 on shore at Southampton and there didn't seem to be any way of raising the seats, or any hatches, to gain access to the void under the seats. We weren't able to clamber about on it though so we may have missed summat.
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Just wondering... does the standard Redbay side by side console have any storage under the pods? We had a look at what I think was a SF650 on shore at Southampton and there didn't seem to be any way of raising the seats, or any hatches, to gain access to the void under the seats. We weren't able to clamber about on it though so we may have missed summat.

Oh yeah, that's the remote operated gas-strut model with dry-ice and LED backlighting. You should have pressed more buttons.

Poly would have found it...
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We weren't able to clamber about on it though so we may have missed summat.
Or this. They have massive storage and you can spec access in a number of ways. Hatches are increasingly popular. I'd imagine that the seats were secured to prevent little fingers...
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Oh yeah, that's the remote operated gas-strut model with dry-ice and LED backlighting. You should have pressed more buttons.

Poly would have found it...
I wonder if that was the red or blue LED backlighting?? That would be the dead give-away as to the under pod type of storage.


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I wonder if that was the red or blue LED backlighting?? That would be the dead give-away as to the under pod type of storage.


I'd spec green LED with the audio effect of a beer being cracked open.

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I'd spec green LED with the audio effect of a beer being cracked open.

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We ALL know what you would do - however this SF650 was seen in Southampton so that would have to be the POP of the wine cork!!

Mind you it was seen by a Bingley man and the old Off The Tap is really famous for it's real ale - not sure what that might sound like or even if it has a sound????

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