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Saturday, 30 September 2017

Gear for sale

After much deliberation I have decided to sell my Mountain Laurel Designs cuben Duomid plus Oooksworks inner . I have a Mountain laurel Designs Trailstar & superlite bivy which is perfect for my needs 90% of the time , the exception being winter .. in particular snow.

Many use the Duomid in winter  and it is a great shelter, but I've decided I want a few things that it cant give me , most notably free standing.

Details
Mountain laurel Designs cuben doumid - latest version and a little larger than previous models.
in excellent condition , was not happy with how stitching on mid panel guys was finished , so I emailed Ron and he sent some cuben patches to rectify , it is now much better and feels a lot more secure .

I also had Ron add a 2nd lineloc to other door enabling each door to be pegged out independently.

There is currently a wait of around 8 - 12 wks for this to ship from Mountain Laurel Design's.

cost new $440 plus $35 shipping fees , today currency conversion makes this £354.00 - import / handling fee's would take this to over £400

price inc shipping

£325.00 sold.

Also for sale is a Oookworks inner , cuben floor , t zip , full ripstop sides / rear .
part mesh / ripstop doors .
this cost £285 from Sean , and again involves a lengthy waiting period .

price inc. shipping.

£225.00 sold.

weights on my scales
Duomid complete with guys in stuff sack 480 grms .

Oooksworks inner in stuff sack  370 g

Both items are in excellent condition , the inner nest has always been used with a polycro groundsheet , both have had around 6 nights use .Discount for anyone buying both Items.

Anyone interested please contact me through daronlinney@outlook.com.

UK POSTAGE ONLY.


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5 comments:

  1. Hi,i am interested by your duomid.You say "Discount for anyone buying both Items",can you tell me more in private.
    Best regards
    Daniel vincent

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  2. hi
    best to email me at daronlinney@outlook.com

    regards
    daron

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  3. Just want to say a big thanks for a great tent, as I finally got to use it. Not perfected the pitching yet, but I'm getting there!

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    1. Hi Andy.
      Thanks for letting me know, it did take a few pitches to get used to it. I found the best way was to set corner guy lines to same length, then peg out the 4 corners medium tight making sure it is square, and guy lines are in line with seams, then insert pole and extend till it goes tight.As you know,cuben has no stretch and cannot be pitched like silnylon (which is more forgiving as it can be stretched into shape) but once pitched will remain tight.
      regards
      Daron

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  4. Just want to say a big thanks for a great tent, as I finally got to use it. Not perfected the pitching yet, but I'm getting there!

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