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Yeah doesn't sound like it would work with those attachments. I have the Makr bottle opener, which is a normal key with a notch top, here: http://makr.com/bottle-key It's a bit of a pain because it's narrow, but it definitely works.
Edit: 1 sold; 2 remaining: 1 black, 1 white. One of Kickstarter's most successful projects, I backed a 5-pack many months ago, but now no longer need that many. I have 3 2 (1 sealed, 1 opened to test), and I'm willing to let them go for $100 shipping included in Canada, and $110 with shipping for the US. You can see the Kickstarter project here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2107726947/hidden-radio-and-bluetooth-speaker You can buy them here for $150, so you're...
I've thought this key holder at Hickoree's was awesome from the first time I've seen it: http://www.hickorees.com/brand/phigvel/product/horsehide-key-holder-brown Debating whether or not to grab it.
Not really, I guess I kinda credit people with having more intelligence than a cat.
That sucks. If it was their fault, a good tailor ought to re-do it without charging you.You can do cuffs yourselves however, if you Google it there are lots of videos and sites that do it; the only warning is that it might take you a while.I recently cuffed my HY trousers and it took a couple hours, because I wasn't sure what I was doing, but now it would take half the time. I also get pleasure out of doing these things on my own.I was able to let out just short of an inch...
Uh, who says they don't? Epaulet and Howard Yount both don't charge taxes for Canadian customers, and all the Canadian stores I've checked don't charge for US customers.
It's just 8 items though?
Anyone else having trouble with RSS feed for B&S SW&D not updating? I tried unsubscribing and resubscribing again and that didn't work.
Maybe you could just post the measurements.
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