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post #3076 of 4584
^isn't that great? You feel like you've been missing out on so much, I got an ipod a couple months back, really changes a lot, how and when you listen t music etc.
post #3077 of 4584
Wine and spirits mostly -- an "on hold" allocation from the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, including George T. Stagg, William L. Weller, and Thomas Handy, some '07 cabs, and some '07 vintage port. At least with the bourbon and rye I don't have to wait 8 - 20 years to enjoy my purchase
post #3078 of 4584
What is it?


A box from Glaser Designs.


My new 6" Deal Bag.


This thing is really big. Lots of room. Intended to serve as the OneBag when I travel to keep both files and a laptop. Should be ample room.


Interesting. The holsters and pen holder velcro to the internal divider, which is not attached to anything and can be moved around inside the bag.


The power supply holder is large enough to carry both the power supply for my laptop and the security cable. Made from parachute material and trimmed in leather. Should be indestructible.


Hhhmmm. Wonder what this is for?


Tons of hidden pockets everywhere. Both inside...


And outside...


The hardware on this bag is heavy duty. Snaps, zippers, buckles...all seem extremely high quality. Unlikely to break. Because each bag is custom made, the strap length is designed for your height and is adjustable.


Took me a while to figure out, but the holster design allows you to custom size each one to the device it will carry...calculater, blackberry, whatever.


The instructions say that the tanning and dying process is such that care for the bag is done with human skin products (Nivea Body Lotion) rather than with leather products. Interesting.
post #3079 of 4584
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Originally Posted by Mark from Plano View Post
What is it?


A box from Glaser Designs.


My new 6" Deal Bag.


This thing is really big. Lots of room. Intended to serve as the OneBag when I travel to keep both files and a laptop. Should be ample room.


Interesting. The holsters and pen holder velcro to the internal divider, which is not attached to anything and can be moved around inside the bag.


The power supply holder is large enough to carry both the power supply for my laptop and the security cable. Made from parachute material and trimmed in leather. Should be indestructible.


Hhhmmm. Wonder what this is for?


Tons of hidden pockets everywhere. Both inside...


And outside...
]

The hardware on this bag is heavy duty. Snaps, zippers, buckles...all seem extremely high quality. Unlikely to break. Because each bag is custom made, the strap length is designed for your height and is adjustable.


Took me a while to figure out, but the holster design allows you to custom size each one to the device it will carry...calculater, blackberry, whatever.


The instructions say that the tanning and dying process is such that care for the bag is done with human skin products (Nivea Body Lotion) rather than with leather products. Interesting.

S'nice.

So what is the ring-hook thingy for, keys?
post #3080 of 4584
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S'nice.

So what is the ring-hook thingy for, keys?

Beats me. That's as good a guess as any I suppose.
post #3081 of 4584
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Originally Posted by Mark from Plano View Post
Beats me. That's as good a guess as any I suppose.

Yea, its for keys.
post #3082 of 4584
Nothing quite so exciting on my end, I`m afraid: ordered two Sauder Narrow 5-Shelf Bookcases to deal with my wife`s horror at the new Home Theatre I set up in our family room.

http://www.sauder.com/furniture/product.asp?p=1004
post #3083 of 4584
Hasselblad 903SWC

post #3084 of 4584
Mark, very nice. No guns for those holsters?
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post #3086 of 4584
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Nothing quite so exciting on my end, I`m afraid: ordered two Sauder Narrow 5-Shelf Bookcases to deal with my wife`s horror at the new Home Theatre I set up in our family room.
I guess she discovered the subwoofer.
post #3087 of 4584
That Glasser Design bag is stunning. Very nice purchase.

Today I picked up a pair of high end Bosch appliances -- washer and a dryer. Not a required upgrade, but the government and municipal rebates pushed me over the ledge.
post #3088 of 4584
I bought a Sony PRS 700 ebook reader. I enjoy reading when I am traveling and its a hassle having to carry books. Glad to have something lighter, more convenient for travel.
post #3089 of 4584
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I guess she discovered the subwoofer.

Bingo. Wants me to turn it down too.
post #3090 of 4584
A 2009 Aprilia Scarabeo 200 scooter
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