Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Limited Edition: G2 Tibabies

Hey Ya'll,

I have some stonewashed G2 Titanium Prybabies that I have anodized a nice green. This is a Limited Edition of 42 pieces and I won't be making them again. These were cut from some thick .160 (5/32) ti sheet which is getting very hard to find these days...they are substantial little tools. Same exact size as a standard Atwood Gasbaby but without the wrench cutouts. Price on them will be $70 plus shipping.

Sold Out! Thanks very much folks!


21 comments:

iconoclast said...

very very tempting. but being short on cash at the moment, I'm going to hold off just in case I get really lucky when one of the remaining boogers shows up for lottery. The thick Ti and green anodize looks really nice though.

Smack2000 said...

YES! I've been waiting for a thick Ti Atwood piece, and this is just the ticket. The green looks awesome. Thanks Peter!

- Scott

Scott said...

Woohoo....I think I got the last one!! Very coooool...I have several other green Ti goodies that I EDC, this will be a huge bonus addition - THANK PETER!!!

Peter, I know you hate getting bugged about making different items, but will we ever see any more spannerbabies come out of your shop? I just bought a Strider SnG and would love to get a spannerbaby for it....

Cheers,
Scott "LZ"

Aaron said...

Fantastic, they look great. I am suprised they lasted so long. That Pingie or whatever it is called must be down. Thanks for all the hard work Peter.

Peter Atwood said...

Thanks folks. :)

Scott, nope, no more Spannerbabies. I made tons and tons of them and I had to make a decision to make my other tools...can't make 'em all. ;)

Young Lochinvar said...

too bad I missed these... if anyone wants to sell... :)

andrew said...

Peter-

Have you ever thought about a sales posting schedule? As in products are posted for sale on every Monday and/or Wednesday when you have products available? It would make it easier on us who can't check the internet every 15 minutes and who don't want to use Ebay.

spiff d: said...

why do i have to work today!...miss out big time

Rick said...

Hey Peter,

I like the new background for your pics. Makes the tools look great!

Rick said...

...or maybe the tools make the background look great? Either way, I like the pics!

Aaron said...

Peter, I hope you and your family have a great thanksgiving.

Vanilla Chunk said...

now THAT's what I want!

Cuso said...

Peter posts items has soon has they are available, please don't try to make it more complicated than it already is...I'm sure the man is tired to hell of all the whole subject. If you missed it, you missed it, DEAL WITH IT...( like everyone else). Now where's did I put that turkey leg??...

Doug said...

Being as I'm a noob, and I can't find a FAQ, how do you make an order when there is no lottery involved? I did see somewhere Peter's post about how the lottery works...

Peter Atwood said...

Doug, I don't have anything available right now. New batches are posted at the top of this page as they become available. The next items will either be general release or if a limited production type of item then it will be via the lottery system. I am working on several projects right now and no idea what will be done first...I finish stuff as I get to it.

Doug said...

I understand...thankya very much. But, when you do have an offering how do I jump on it (other than the lottery)?

Peter Atwood said...

Doug, I just post the stuff as it becomes available. Keep checking the blog or sign up for notifications to the blog via Google Reader or Bloglines....scroll down on the right of this page for a link.

Doug said...

Thanks again, Peter. Again, I am aware of your availability of product. When you announce something for sale do I simply email you with my wish to purchase, and if I'm quick enough to send my "I'll take one!" you send me instructions on how to pay? I had signed up with Google Reader earlier today...

I just want to know what the process is when you announce a product is available.

Peter Atwood said...

Very simple, I post a link on the blog entry to a page on my site with a buy now button or sign up form. I usually take the button away when a sale or lottery is over which is why you are not seeing any sign up links now.

Doug said...

Ahhhh, OK! Thanks, Peter for your patience with this noob!

spiff d: said...

how about this w/ a big hole(same as the bike tool) ?!
...as a holey baby.

in dark blue/purple anodized :P