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FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by redefined_cycles » Mon May 25, 2020 12:46 pm

Struggling a bit at the mo in the cashflow dept (can't buy any lovely cycling gear :lol: ) with limited work so just remembered I had summat to move on.

Its this and far as I can see its in mint condition. Works well in use and I've enjoyed it.

https://restrap.com/products/saddle-pack-1

£37 posted but might consider offers :smile:

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by Bearbonesnorm » Mon May 25, 2020 1:02 pm

with limited work
In the middle of a pandemic, I'm struggling to see how there might not be much work for a nurse? :???:
#corporate shill for hire

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by redefined_cycles » Mon May 25, 2020 1:22 pm

Bearbonesnorm wrote:
Mon May 25, 2020 1:02 pm
with limited work
In the middle of a pandemic, I'm struggling to see how there might not be much work for a nurse? :???:
I thought that briefly too Stu... I'm on a 22H contract (just taken recently in Jan at York) which pays the wife (well she manages all home stuff and bills etc as I have money management issues :smile: ). Then the rest is via agency working.

The agency has all but dried up suddenly and the explanation given (which kinda makes sense) is that we on ICU which is probably the busier section of the hospitals right now, are being supported by staff from many other areas (like op theatre staff and day surgery and wherever else has been closed/slowed down by the lockdown) so they don't actually need 'the outsiders' :lol:

Have applied to a couple other agencies (well one that I resigned from just 5 months ago but now going crawling back :grin: ) as the one I'm with is totally last minute. So work comes to us at the end of the line when it can't be covered by other more 'I need a structured in advance rota'* type nurses. Thing is, them *types are aplenty now whilst they all look for work and hence last minute take the brunt :-bd

Must admit, at the start of the pandemic the agency teams had more work than they could shake a stick at and the projection/prediction is that it's gonna go that way again when the country starts opening up again and standard hospital stuff starts going back to normal. Having said that, when on shift, cos you're working with staff from other areas as well as patients that are so poorly, it means we end up busy as anything...

[Edit: forgot to add the hospitals own temporary worksers register (bank staff) who are on a zero hour contract apparently and not being furloughed (whatever exactly that means in its fullest sense), so they get first dibs at any shifts being put out before going external... :smile: ]

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by redefined_cycles » Mon May 25, 2020 7:49 pm

Just a little bump and a price drop before it gets put away or thowrn into the fleabay :grin: did I say its waterproof (has a sepearate sleeve inside it).

New price= £32 posted

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by jameso » Tue May 26, 2020 10:32 pm

YHM :)

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by firestarter » Tue May 26, 2020 10:56 pm

Haha jameso I had been comparing this to the carradice, restrap is quality btw

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by redefined_cycles » Tue May 26, 2020 11:38 pm

firestarter wrote:
Tue May 26, 2020 10:56 pm
Haha jameso I had been comparing this to the carradice, restrap is quality btw
Definitely agree with that. But so is Carradice (I kmow you didn't say it wasn't :smile: ) as its the older 9L (anyone got a 25L spare/selling/swapping) I bought of Ton which replaced this little masterpiece...

Best thing bout this restrap is the magnetic buckles :smile:

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by firestarter » Tue May 26, 2020 11:55 pm

Yeah carradice is great too
I got a bag from james that he got off someone on here , and it made me chuckle as I was looking at this too lol
And yeah the mag buckles are ace I have 2 of their belts

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by Brothersmith » Wed May 27, 2020 9:17 am

If Jamso hasnt taken it I will :grin:

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by redefined_cycles » Wed May 27, 2020 9:38 am

firestarter wrote:
Tue May 26, 2020 11:55 pm
Yeah carradice is great too
I got a bag from james that he got off someone on here , and it made me chuckle as I was looking at this too lol
And yeah the mag buckles are ace I have 2 of their belts
I just have the one. 50lb worth of stomach it can hold in apparently :grin:

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by redefined_cycles » Wed May 27, 2020 9:38 am

Brothersmith wrote:
Wed May 27, 2020 9:17 am
If Jamso hasnt taken it I will :grin:
I believe you're next in the queue... :-bd

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by Brothersmith » Wed May 27, 2020 12:07 pm

Cheers :-bd

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by jameso » Thu May 28, 2020 2:13 pm

Brothersmith, I'll let you know if the kit I want to cram in there won't fit, it's a try-out for some minimal roadie-packing gear.

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Re: FS: Restrap Saddle pack (4.5L)

Post by Brothersmith » Fri May 29, 2020 1:07 pm

Thanks James :-bd

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