Climbing Gear for Sale-Relocating

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einstein
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Climbing Gear for Sale-Relocating

Post by einstein » Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:17 pm

I have the following Climbing gear for Sale. Collection in Durbanville or buyer to pay for shipping. Selling as I no longer use the items and I am relocating.

Items individually priced, if you want to take the lot make me a decent offer. The Petzl Gourou harness needs to have new elastic fitted from the belt to the Leg loops, some of the equipment loops are also broken off on the harness.
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raphaeltube
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Re: Climbing Gear for Sale-Relocating

Post by raphaeltube » Fri Feb 08, 2019 10:32 am

Hi

I'm interested in some draws & possibly some screw gates.
I tried to send you a PM, but it soesn't seem to be sending.
Please send me a PM or email.
-Raphael
raphaeltube@gmail.com

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Re: Climbing Gear for Sale-Relocating

Post by Climbgecko » Sat Feb 09, 2019 1:45 am

Hi
Is the petzel gourou still available? Message me on my cell 0765424559.

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Re: Climbing Gear for Sale-Relocating

Post by einstein » Thu Feb 14, 2019 9:26 am

My contact details if anyone is interested, don't seem to be getting notifications.

email: alberteinsteinza@gmail.com
Mobile: 082 997 2058

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Re: Climbing Gear for Sale-Relocating

Post by Old Smelly » Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:49 pm

Do you want the Guru for your climbing museum?

Seriously though - there is a technical life on soft goods (and on hard goods) but with soft goods it is a little easier to say. A guru is definitely at the point where you should question whether you should be using it for climbing...

Lets just say it is from the late nineties - well I have noticed that we are almost in 2020...so it is most likely 20 years old...Hmm
Really, its not that bad...I think it's my shoes...

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Re: Climbing Gear for Sale-Relocating

Post by Justin » Thu Feb 14, 2019 2:44 pm

Old Smelly wrote:
Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:49 pm
Do you want the Guru for your climbing museum?

Seriously though - there is a technical life on soft goods (and on hard goods) but with soft goods it is a little easier to say. A guru is definitely at the point where you should question whether you should be using it for climbing...

Lets just say it is from the late nineties - well I have noticed that we are almost in 2020...so it is most likely 20 years old...Hmm

LoL The image of the Guru brought back memories for me!! Funnily enough I got to meet my old Petzl Jump harness again last year (and I knew it was mine due to the little tear in the belt :P
Seriously though, Old Smelly makes a relevant point!
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