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3/4 drive socket set, military cool box, Coleman stoves

Discussion in 'Other Stuff' started by winchman, Apr 6, 2018.

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  1. winchman

    winchman Active Member

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    Trying to fit the trailer in the garage so some of the stuff I no longer use has to go
    Military Norwegian cool / hot box, keeps stuff cold or hot for hours some staining on the inside as they all do as they have often had tea in them, I believe the MOD pays £600 for these new! £35 collected of £45 posted
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    3/4 drive socket set AF and metric inc 46 & 50mm £40 collected
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    Collection of Coleman petrol / duel fuel stoves I think they all need fixing came in a job lot of camping gear years ago, one is missing a generator but other two look complete. Spares or repairs £60 posted
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    Bit expensive for some rusty tools and brokens stoves.
     
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    I like the look of that Hot / Cold box. Don't quite follow you on the staining though - it had liquid tea in it?
    Any chance of a photo with the top off?
    Cheers
     
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    They have often had tea in them so the insides go a funny colour, I will add a photo later
     
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    Stoves would be near £200 so I don't feel its a bad price
     
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    Photo with my top off
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    Sockets are now sold
     
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    The tea stain in the Norge can be removed by filling the thing with warm water and 3 bleach tablets, and left for a few days, I’ve done it time and time again
     
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    Norgies usually filled with what can be loosely described as tea, but often had the addition of bromide :D I'm sure you can pop a range soup in there anorl, I'm sure a booty will be along in a minute to disprove mi theory.
     
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    Won’t disapprove just to say I had fish and chips brought up to the ranges in a Norge and the were stilll piping hot a great piece of kit
     
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    Bet they weren't crispy tho?
     
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    Who cares about crispy when your stomach feels like it’s eating itself, but hot food matters more to me, cold and greasy yuck
     
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    All now sold
     
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