Friday, October 26, 2012

Green Titanium Prybabies(R)

Howdy Folks,

Well, it's great weather here, mild 60F temps and sunny this afternoon. So I'm probably nuts to spend the day sitting inside and doing a sale but I have a feeling you will really like what I have coming today. Besides, I want to get these on their way before the End of the World, er, that is, the 2012 Frankenstorm, hits us early next week.

Today I have the first wave of Titanium G5 Prybabies(R) ready to go. These are just gorgeous with a sugary textured stonewashed finish and bright green anodizing. I will be doing numerous waves of these over the next few months and will do more colors, stamps and perhaps patterning on subsequent batches but these today are all just plain green. They run $65 each plus shipping and since it's not a huge batch I will make it one per customer. Thanks for stopping by and I hope everyone has a great weekend coming up!

Sold Out! Thank you VERY much and have a nice weekend folks!



26 comments:

Arty Rhizhiy said...

looking very nice

Jason S. said...

Wow that's beautiful! Thanks Peter!

Tim said...

Hi Peter, Does the (R) stand for Roid?

CW said...

WOOT! Stoked to score 1 of these before the Frankenstorm. I'm going to need it to pop beer bottles when I'm hiding in cellar:)

Rick said...

These look nice, I love Ti. :)

Any plain vanilla ones in the mix?

Peter Atwood said...

Prybaby(R) is a registered trademark. I don't know how to make the little circle shape without creating it in MS Word.

CTReily said...

Thanks Peter! Can't wait. Stay safe, looks like we're both bound to see the storm in MA.
Chris R (in Ipswich)

Jaik said...

They look awesome! And they are Titanium!

Peter...You can create a ® symbol by holding down the ALT key and pressing 00174. So ALT+00174=®

I used to play with character map in Windows when I was a child. It's still there.

Luke M said...

Missed another sale by minutes =( One day....

Smack2000 said...

Hey Peter, these look great - thanks!

For the registered symbol - ® - just type [Option]+R in mac os, or type [alt]+0174 in windows (and you might need to use the number pad rather than the top row numbers). In windows, you can also copy and paste it from the 'Character Map' utility under system tools.

Have a good weekend!

Carlos Suarez said...

Peter. You can use ALT + Control + R to do the registered trademark symbol in word. I am glad I scored a prybaby. Keep 'em coming. Thanks!

Silv said...

Aaargh missed out! Pesky time difference.

Jason Arnold said...

We got a bit of that Franken-weather here in Texas today. It's a solid 30 degrees colder than yesterday!

Thanks so much for the opportunity to grab such an awesome tool. This is my first PryBaby, and I cannot tell you how excited I am! This gren bad boy will get a lot of use! Almost a shame, because it is such a nice color!

THANKS again Peter!!

-Jason

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Ульян Чесноков said...

Got one! Thanks, Peter!

Lurch said...

How about a 1st time buyer sale at some point Peter? I keep missing by minutes.

Easy Wind said...

Ahhh...autumn in New England....
Nice photo!

Afshin said...

I second a first time buyer sale. Most of the time I can find your products being resold on eBay at a higher price.

Crystal Parrett said...

I third the 1st time buyer!! I want one please :)

barrowbiker said...

A third for "first time buyer" please. I've been watching your sales like a hawk this week, and still managed to miss the sale. :-)

Neil said...

Love these but is there ever going to be a metric tool?

Peter Atwood said...

Thanks everyone!

Yes, there will be a metric tool or tools next year. There's a lot of stuff going on so bear with me please!

Colby Johnson said...

my first Atwood Tool, super excited.

Thanks Peter!

Colby Johnson said...

My first Atwood Tool, super excited. Right place at the right time.

Thanks Peter!

Any chance there may be more Ghosts or Poltergeists in the future? 'tis the season.

Joe said...

That's a beautiful green, especially with the stonewashing. Nice!

symphonyincminor said...

Enjoy the wind and rain.... as long as you have enough beer to get you through it! Finding an adequate bottle opener shouldn't be a problem. :]

We got a couple days of it here in FL and the weather couldn't be nicer once the storms passed....