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|01-17-2011, 04:35 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: LI, NY
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Trans Mitt hand warmer bag for $50 shipped, new options
Hard Core Edition is $75.00 shipped (Pistol grip Tx's can be used)
More pictures here: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...0#post13596537
When that first chilly morning arrives, be ready!
Thats How this whole thing started. 1st cold morning last year I said "This Sucks!" so I went home and made a bag. Best thing I ever did.
All will have antenna hole, hand warmer pockets, handle and can have neck strap opening if needed.
Shell colors: Black, Blue, Grey & Beige
Fleece colors: Pretty much any color.
Keep your hands and fingers from getting numb.
Brand New, Wind & water proof transmitter bag. Fleece inside and tough material outside.
OPTIONS: With or without neck strap.
Throw an air activated hand warmer in there and it gets toasty warm.
Payment can be made with either Paypal or Money order.
NEW OPTIONS: Cuffs and top panel.
Top panel: $10.00 (for pistol grip Tx's)
"Hard Core Edition" Trans Mitt (both options): $75.00
Money back guarantee (against defects, bag must be in brand new condition)
I wish I could offer these two new options at the same standard price but they add a good amount of time to the bags construction.
I was very encouraged by some feed back I recieved that this bag is better then the best one out there other then it didn't have cuffs, so I decided I would add them.
I've made a bag for myself with both new options and tested it yesterday. It was 24 deg. F and 12 mph breeze with a snow covered ground. For as long as my body stayed warm I could have flown. It was cold enough that just one minute to change the battery made my hands get cold enough that I could not have flown. Once back in the bag they were warm in a minute and I was able to fly another battery's worth which was 12 minutes, then I broke the prop, day over .
The first bag with both options will be sent on Tuesday and then I'll get someone else's feedback. At this point in time from feed back I've gotten and my own observations the Trans Mitt is by far the best bag available.
The new bag will have "Hard Core Edition" silk screened on the back.
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