Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Largeness Continues...

Hi Everyone,

Turkey Day is almost here! I'm looking forward to much feasting followed by some interesting football games.

Today I have a batch of the plain titanium Five Ribbed LongSlides done. These unanodized machine satin finished monsters definitely will make a substantial addition to any zipper pull or knife lanyard application. The giant Lanslides run $25 plus shipping. Thank you for stopping in folks, and for the continued support, it is very much appreciated!

Plain satin ones are gone, thank you! I will have more coming up soon, some more in titanium and then also some stainless steel ones, some bronze ones and maybe some others.

19 comments:

dDOTv said...

Nice! going to look nice on my bag.

Powkoa said...

I have been trying to get a few of these for the last ten months. Today if like Christmas early!!!

Bobby said...

These are beautiful!

J said...

Sigh - can never really justify the cost of international shipping on these. They are very pretty though...

Steve said...

Since I am a SWAT COP I shall refer to the color of the cord as Salmon and "NOT" pink :)When my steel Bookie and my slides arrive it will seem like Xmas

Peter Atwood said...

Ha, it's actually desert tan but looks a bit pinkish in the photo. ;)

Zatx said...

How about some in Copper?

Zatx said...

Copper Longslides that is...

Peter Atwood said...

The trouble with copper is it's really expensive right now for the grade that is turnable. Most grades are not easy to turn because it so soft.

Zatx said...

Sure would look good with this though...

http://www.countycomm.com/_images/aaacopper/AAAcopperlarge2.jpg

Peter Atwood said...

Nice! Blue would go good with it too though...as would green or UV. :D

Easy Wind said...

Very nice!
The copper ones are some of my favorites.
They look good paired with the bronze LS with antique finish on my G5 Roid (w/ tiny anchor stamp). The patina of the copper matches nicely with the reds that show up from the steel heat treat in that last 3V batch.
Any chance we will see an evening sale soon?

Aaron said...

Peter, have a great thanksgiving!

stryk3 said...

Finally got one of these...I'm building my collection slowly but surely!!

Easy Wind said...

Have a swell Thanksgiving Peter!
Hope you enjoy a day of relaxing with family and friends.

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Pär said...

Zatx: My though also, bronze works ok thought I think:
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/440/img20111125113513.jpg/

Nicholas said...

Peter, I just had to tell you - I received my ribbed Ti Lanslide, and it is gorgeous! I also realized that this ribbed bead matched my McGizmo Haiku's head perfectly, and the fluted beads matched my McG Mule's head perfectly! So I rigged up some paracord and the beads on these lights and it looks really really classy. A fantastic fusion of amazing Ti gear from two incredible creators. :) While I am in no way a pro photographer, I took a couple pics to post on CPF, and I think they look pretty nice. Is there a way I could post them up here for folks to see? I thought people might like to see an idea of what they could do with their Lanslides. Thanks for the cool toys, man!

Peter Atwood said...

I saw the pics on CPF, they look great with the McGizmo lights! Easiest way to show people is just to provide the link:

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?324389-Titanium-Lanyard-Beads

Nicholas said...

Wow! You don't miss a beat Peter! I wasn't sure how often you were in on CPF lately, but you spotted that post within hours, and figured out it was me without any hints too, haha. ;)

I'm glad you like the setup; I think they do each other justice. Wouldn't be right putting these great beads on crummy lights, or crummy beads on Don's lights. Plus, the machining matches so nicely.

Thanks for posting the link, hopefully someone will be able benefit from the idea (which I too stole from other CPFers, heheh).