Saturday, August 20, 2011

Stamped UV Pests

Hi Folks,

The Pests continue to trickle out of the shop...I have some stamped ones today with UV anodizing. These were some of my favorites so far. They run $70 plus shipping and the link is below...thanks very much!

Sold out, thank you again folks!


19 comments:

CW said...

SO STOKED!!! I've been DYING to get a UV.Thanks for the hard work Peter, Have a great Weekend!:)

jcomingss said...

Yea. I was starting to think I might miss all the Pests. So glad I caught one. I got a bee stamped poltergeist, looking forward to what I get on the Pest.
Thanks Peter

Joshua said...

saw the link but no funds. stamped would have been neat. cool stuff

Isaac said...

Nooo I Missed it again!!!!!

gundog said...

oh yea! another kool tool score!!!

this was somehow done over my phone (android) while escorting tankers into Prince William Sound, Alaska (about 40 miles from the closest village.. ya gotta love the new world order of communications systems!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great looking tool Peter, thanks much

Kevin said...

Missed it! And I was sitting right here atthe computer!!!

vrillusions said...

gah, this one is stamped! Just got the non-stamped UV one today and it does look pretty nice.

If there's a stamped, green one down the line I'll be all over that, hopefully in time.

Ramo said...

should have held out...

melman8r said...

Peter,
How about another sign-up sale? Have not seen one of those in quite a while...

stillsurfing05 said...

My first Atwood tool! Can't wait to get my paws on it.
Thanks Peter, the addiction has started.

egrep said...

I can't do nothing but miss these. Much sadness. Congratulations to those of you with better luck/skill though!

Jim said...

Hey Pete, love my G5. Care to explain the difference between UV and Anodizing?

Peter Atwood said...

UV is just a name I came up with to describe this vibrant purple color. Anodizing is the process of creating a color on titanium. The part is dipped into a container of water and trisodium phosphate. An electrical charge is introduced and depending on how much juice is there gives you the different colors.

Scott said...

Thank you for the explaination. How do you get the patterns
?

Peter Atwood said...

That info is proprietary. ;)

Murpharoo said...

Still trying to get my first Atwood. Hopefully I'll have better luck next time :)

Thomas said...

Blue pest already on Ebay.

SA said...

@Thomas

Figures. :-(

stargazin said...

Boy I swear, if you're not sitting and refreshing the page 2/7 ya miss out. Oh Well, some day, some day.