Coming soon to a campsite near you

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  1. Johnnyb

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    I can see a few potential drawbacks but I'd have a couple for the right price (the airbed not the bloke).

     
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    Link to get one
     
  3. Minxy Girl

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    Me wanty one!!!!! NOW!!!!!! :D
     
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    Cool(y)
     
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    Bruddy Hell - tad expensive, what?
     
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    Yes and no ... it seems to be for a 'bag' but it has to be completely air-tight and have a secure enclosure just like a drybag does, so for what it is then probably not expensive. I suppose it could double up as a body bag if necessary!!!
     
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    Like the concept just not the price.

    Quite like the look of the Unity MH also!!
     
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    €64.95 for a bag I can't see Lynne letting me have one .
     
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    Only five pence at Sainsburys.
     
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    Would it work as a 'canoe'?
     
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    Not that expensive if it works, that is a big but. Not for sale until April would want to see a track record before buying, looks too good to be true.
     
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    All it is, is a much larger version of a dry bag which are 100% air and waterproof so no reason it shouldn't work exactly as intended. The problem will be if sub-standard copies are made which people will no doubt buy due to what they perceive as an 'expensive' price for the original and then be disappointed.
     
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    i have enough trouble staying on the right side of a blow up mattress that thing is a broken wrist waiting to happen
     
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    But then if you're in Spain where there is no breeze........


    Been going since 2010:
     
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  16. Minxy Girl

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    Its got nothing to do with a breeze, you swing the bag round to catch the air then quickly close the opening, then move it around quickly again, open the end, catch more air then close it again and roll it over then clip it to seal the air in. Its the same principle as blowing up a balloon - you don't expect the air to stay in the balloon whilst you take another breath if you don't hold the end closed.
     
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    you cheery girlie you:LOL:
     
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