Monday, October 29, 2012

Storm Sale: Red Longslides

Hi Folks,

Everyone around here is hunkering down today and preparing for the storm. I am pretty confident that we will just get a moderate amount of rain and some wind and I really think the worst of it will be passing well to the east of us. I feel sorry for folks near the shore and mid Atlantic states though and am hoping for the best for them...

Anyway,  I thought while we're all sitting here waiting for the world to end that I might as well do a sale. Today I have the remaining Aluminum 5 Rib Longslides done. I've been saving these for last and they are simply stunning...these are anodized a brilliant red and I have tied them onto a pale moss colored cord. They will run $25 each plus the shipping, order link is below. Thanks for stopping by today and be safe everyone!

Longslides are Sold Out, thank you so much!




16 comments:

Brett Benadum said...

missed it not watching for one minute I will get one next time.

Brett

Mark said...

Woohoo my first purchase on PPT!!!

Mark said...

Woohoo! My first PPT purchase!

chris williams said...

my first purchase from ppt as well!

Droc7683 said...

Beautiful Color!

Unknown said...

Nice fall color.

Chris Choi said...

My first purchase blog purchase as well!

Jason Arnold said...

Woo! Shiny RED!!

ultramarine said...

Missed these but they look great!

Silv said...

Awesome colour! Missed out again. I need to stay awake 24/7 around here lol. Congrats guys!

Easy Wind said...

Hurricane Red, eh?

Murrrrrrrr said...

Wow! What a fantastic colour. Is it possible to get the same colour on Ti Peter?

Peter Atwood said...

No, titanium will not turn red via conventional anodizing process. These are aluminum which is colored via a dye process.

Murrrrrrrr said...

Too bad...Ti tools would look fantastic with this colour.

Gerald R said...

I'll make it in on a sale soone ror later ! Just had to comment, these are beautiful!

Yo Mama! said...

Whoever is doing your anodizing is doing a great job! I just wish I found out about your tools and creations long ago. And the color of the lanyard is now my favorite!