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  • Brolly

    I'm in the market for a new brolly, who can recommend a really good wind proof one. I notice some of the older ones on the banks curve downwards a lot more than the newer ones which I'm guessing makes it a lot harder for the older ones to blow inside out.

    Also, anyone recommend a good meat cutter in the 1/8 to 1/4inch range.
    There must some decent ones out there for less than the £45 ones I've seen advertised.

    Thanks

    P.s. I'm not tight just careful how I spend

  • #2
    Tilley meat cutter £25 plus post from e bay mate very good had mine a few seasons with no problems very well made,also comes with spare wire.

    eBay.co.uk - tilley meat cutter, Fishing, Sporting Goods items at low prices

    Don't know abot brollys as i don't use them.
    Roll on friday

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    • #3
      Thanks very much mate,
      Been looking on ebay but knowing what tatt you can end up with thought I try for a recommendation first - which you've just provided
      (got £100 credit on Paypal at the mo so seems a shame not to spend it )

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      • #4
        i know of a good umbrella its called the Fox oval at £55 its not cheap but its damn good
        [FONT="System"][COLOR="Black"]Matt.Ingram be the name
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        • #5
          Thanks for the reply,
          Just checked it out on Google but unfortunately it looks as though it's the wide type (like the Tournament Shield... had one & sold it !).. says it 245cm wide which it 8 foot. I'm looking for a basic 45-50inch round brolly but a good quality one.... would pay £55 for one if it's the muts nuts as they say.
          I want one that will only need pegging down in the worst of the winds. And favourite at the mo is the Daiwa deluxe 50 inch in black... anyone got one & tested it on a very windy day ? would be very interested to know how it stood up to any strong gusts.

          Thanks

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          • #6
            if your looking for a basic brolly 45-50 inch in my opinion they are all the same! do you put it in the ground or do you have a arm from your box for it because if you do then just buy any brolly it will hold in bad winds..
            [FONT="System"][COLOR="Black"]Matt.Ingram be the name
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            • #7
              waterline brolly paid 65 for mine realy light weight an strong you wont be disapointed

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              • #8
                My friend has got a octoplus umbrella says he loves it not sure on price thou
                [FONT="System"][COLOR="Black"]Matt.Ingram be the name
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