Hill People Gear Aston Pocket, Casio Protrek PRW 3100

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Jul 27, 2009
Looking to sell a Hill People Gear pack and Casio watch. Comes from a smoke- and coronavirus-free house. Additional pictures available upon request. Price includes priority shipping within the US and Paypal G&S fees. Note, I am very happy to accept payment methods other than Paypal G&S, but if you're paying with G&S, I have to ship the package to the address paypal has on file for you (their rule, not mine).

First "I'll take it" here in this thread, followed up with message gets it. Prompt payment upon claiming the knife, or it's on to the next buyer in line.

Only trade interests (plus cash on either end as necessary): quality Balsa or Kangaroo strops, quality diamond/CBN emulsions, Spyderco Parata, Spyderco Matriarch 2 Serrated, Magnetospeed Sporter, Forster Ultra Micro seater dies (223, 308, 6.5 CM), Lee Perfect powder measure, Sinclair/Wilson Micro Trimmer, Forster bench primer.

• Hill People Gear Aston pocket, in foliage green. This is in very good condition, with just a few marks that are visible in the photos (they're just aesthetic marks, not rips/tears). This is a great way to add extra organization to an Aston House Backcountry, Umlindi, possibly a Tarahumara, or any similar backpack with the ability to attach side-release buckles (i.e., with Molle on the sides of the pack, for example). Only reason I'm selling is I traded my foliage pack for one in black, so no need for this anymore. I'd like $75 (these go for $110 with shipping). Photos

• Casio Protrek PRW-3100, which has a lot of similarities to Casio's Gshocks but is more hiking-focused. This one stood out to me because it's a very thin watch (about 13mm, which is wafer-thin for a Casio), and not too wide (about 42mm; if you know Gshocks, you know they're almost all like wearing light hockey pucks on your wrist). I also sourced some adapters for this that will let you use a 22mm NATO strap which makes it really versatile, and this stretchy blue NATO strap which is extremely comfortable. It has tough solar multi band 6, 100m WR, ABC triple sensor, Atomic time syncs perfectly. The STN display is super legible at all angles. I'd like $160 (I think I paid about $230 for everything). Photos