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Finds Belt on a budget

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Morning all,

Thought I'd share with you my latest purchase from decathlon for £13.

All of the pockets are removable (great for washing) I've removed the large rear mesh pocket as I don't see a use for it, plus it allows for the front pockets to hang further to the side.
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Looks good, lightweight and airy. Is the last pic modelled by the invisible man? :;@
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lonecoiler wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:05 am
Looks good, lightweight and airy. Is the last pic modelled by the invisible man? :;@
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lonecoiler wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:05 am
Looks good, lightweight and airy. Is the last pic modelled by the invisible man? :;@
No - he's wearing field camouflage trousers - obviously!!!! :-)
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if you are on a budget you can get handbags from car boot sales for 50p
i had one for my cctv stuff when up a ladder.
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ninja nige wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:40 pm
if you are on a budget you can get handbags from car boot sales for 50p
i had one for my cctv stuff when up a ladder.
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alloverover wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 8:47 pm
ninja nige wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:40 pm
if you are on a budget you can get handbags from car boot sales for 50p
i had one for my cctv stuff when up a ladder.
Very Dick Emery Nige :)) :)) ::g
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Post by Emily »

That looks great!! I’ve been thinking of getting a new bag for ages that clips around the waist. I can’t find it on their website though. Could you post the link?? ☺️
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i know i am gonna sound extreme but my 5 years old abused find bags is :a 2nd NIKE laptop bag.......
1 small pocket of the keepers the rest scrap including 3 or 4 bottles(if i find any) fit too.......it is like a black hole and can absorb all finds.....his mouth wide open

Price inc delivery 7 pounds


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Here you are Emily https://www.decathlon.co.uk/clay100-cla ... 93929.html

I use a leather double nail pouch that i bought in 1985 when I was doing a bit of roofing work it is still going strong after 30 years detecting. A search for nail pouch will bring up a lot of alternative options that will last a lot longer than the decathlon one.

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Emily wrote:
Sat Apr 20, 2019 9:10 am
That looks great!! I’ve been thinking of getting a new bag for ages that clips around the waist. I can’t find it on their website though. Could you post the link?? ☺️

If you type 'clay pigeon shooting belt' in search, then you should be able to find it. Alternatively search for belt in the hunting section.

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Not sure what to think about it. Not convinced I`d like those "flaps" dangling around my Hips , but On first looking at it, it gave me the impression of a Kilt with a gap for the Sporran.
Actually I can see It would possibly be more appealing to our Scottish members maybe ?
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