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synrock


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I've finally filed the patent for these things so now I can start getting some out to the climbing public at large. I will have a limited number (say 20 or so) of production samples to give out in a few weeks. Leave your name and address (don't pm me, leave it here). You can check out the ebay listing for some pre-production holds to see what they look like. I need to get rid of these and other prototypes so I can make room in the factory and afford to buy some more polyurethane.


http://cgi.ebay.com/...QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem


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Leave name and address here - What are you INSANE???!!1111

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Leave name and address here - What are you INSANE???!!1111

DMT

Ditto. :lol:


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Yeah, and a, how about I post my CC#s and my Social to - I bet everyone on this site will promise not to look at it. you might want to think about using a way in which we can give you the info while keeping it private. say email, or pm.


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Not sure the problem with leaving a snail mail address - seriously explain. It's just easier for me to cut an past from one page but if you want to you can email me at petrogrips at hotmail.


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Not sure the problem with leaving a snail mail address - seriously explain. It's just easier for me to cut an past from one page but if you want to you can email me at petrogrips at hotmail.

Tried to email you, but my message was rejected or something...

Maybe you could email me back? echo9 at san dot rr dot com


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Interesting concept.

I sent you an email.

Look forward to checking these out.

Thanks for the offer!


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Rogue Rock Gym
30001 Samike Dr STE104
Medford Or, 97501


You sent us one a while back. It our members liked it. Nice foot chips!

More would be great and I'll get feedback from the members. Cheers!


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Booty? I'll test and critique it.

Please, send to:

Jeff C/O
Rockreation
1300 Logan Ave.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
714-556-7625

Thanks for the opportunity.


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w. walker
657 college dr
abilene, tx 79601


Thanks!


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PM Sent

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well I'm too worried you won't look in the PM's

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Ah the hell with it... I really like your designs btw, and am interested in how they feel.

J. Goldsmth
8310 Regents Rd.
Unit 3E.
San Diego, CA. 92122


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Is getting rid of 20 holds really going to free up that much space? Can anyone verify this is for real?


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D. Nelson
1415 Linden Dr.
Madison WI 53706

Thanks!


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Is getting rid of 20 holds really going to free up that much space? Can anyone verify this is for real?

no clue, but the benefits outweigh my risks... :lol: :lol:


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Is getting rid of 20 holds really going to free up that much space? Can anyone verify this is for real?

I'm selling all the pre-production prototypes I made over the past year on ebay - that is the space saving I'm talking about. It's actually not that much volume of holds but it is a good volume of expensive polyurethane which I need to recoup cost on.


The samples I will send are production versions and I don't have a lot of these completed because I'm spending all my time making new pod shapes for a fall product launch.


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Well...if this is still going on...

C Tardi
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Maple Ridge, BC, Canada
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is this still going on?

M Guckert
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Oyen AB Canada
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I hope I'm not too late.

I hope you aren't going to come to my house and eat me.


Chris Simpson
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lambone


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Is getting rid of 20 holds really going to free up that much space? Can anyone verify this is for real?

synrock is for real. he sent me a couple of these holds before.


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If you have any left:

Jaybird
c/o Inner Peaks Climbing Center
9535 Monroe Rd., Suite 170
Charlotte, NC 29270


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Hey Let me know if you still need someone to take some holds off your hands. I run a YMCA Rock wall in VA and my climbers and setters are looking for something new. Let me know.


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Robbe Peters
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If you send us holds, they will get a nice spot in our rockclimbing gym!

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