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The Official Atwood collectors thread, Part 1

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by powernoodle, Nov 10, 2006.

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  1. souptree

    souptree Loaded Pockets

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    Yeah, I was actually pretty excited when I noticed the sharpening marks on the blade, like YES!! I can carry this one!! :D I should do a group pic of my Atwood users sometime....

    It does have a Kydex sheath, with ball chain. It slides into the sheath up to the Keyton's nose (they look like little people to me). I'll try to remember to get an in-sheath pic for you at some point. I carried it with a whistle, a compass and a little roll of duct tape in my left pants pocket, which I keep zipped when I am out in the backcountry.
     
  2. uni2uniknot

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    KeyCutter gone wild...very nice Ian...great photos!

    Uni2
     
  3. phoenix.stu

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    Very cool indeed Ian. Gotta keep an eye out for one of those!!
     
  4. souptree

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    It only took me 2 years to find that one! :luck:
     
  5. phoenix.stu

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    LOL. Got nothing but time. :D Thanks. Heck, right now I just wanna get my hands on a darn whistle but that is proving to be more of a challenge than I anticipated.
     
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    ARAS is going into overdrive - I don't know how much more I can take.

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  7. DB

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    LOL...yeah, I know what you mean! And what's this I hear about shot glasses?
     
  8. souptree

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    OK, good work, but please don't give me a seizure!!
     
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    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     
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  11. DB

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    Someone just dumped their entire collection on Ebay... :shocked:

    I'll be curious to see if anyone ponys up that much cash for one auction.
     
  12. phoenix.stu

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    And what do ya know. Not a single whistle in the bunch. Great find DB. :D
     
  13. ajacobs

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    Who knows what it will go for but the starting bid is fair. It is just a lot of cash for most people to drop at once. Probably would have been far better off doing them in separate auctions. I would have liked decent pictures first.
     
  14. DB

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    Yeah, if you break it down that's a pretty fair deal per piece, especially with some of them rarer pieces. But I agree, probably would sell faster/higher if each piece was listed separately.
     
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    :shocked: :shocked: :shocked:
    And there are some nice treasures in that lot!!! :winkwink:
     
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    This auction is indeed for big players only. I noticed a person who has spent 3,800 bucks for atwoods on E-bay just only this year. I guess this person will be a bidding winner.

    Do you favor only a seller? All-in-one auction is better for a buyer! He or she can quickly get ROI if resells some of them separately later on. The rest of tools will be his/her profit :laugh:

    P.S. Unfortunately, I am not a big player :broke:
     
  17. tmedina

    tmedina EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    I'm surprised someone hasn't tried to formulate a group buy on this one.

    -Trevor
     
  18. DB

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    That's because all of us would want the same stuff, like the BeeSting neck knife. :p
     
  19. tmedina

    tmedina EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    We're not all serious collectors - I'd be happy with an Atwrench or Sharkbite. :evilgrin:

    -Trevor
     
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    I would not have started the bid off that high. Imagine the fee he will have to pay ebay and the funds that paypal takes away from him!

    Ebay makes it's money off the starting price of auctions.
     
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