Friday, February 07, 2014

HAIII Natural BitBuckets

Hi Everyone,

TGIF is all I can say...the sooner we get through this miserable February the closer we'll be to warm and sunny Springtime. At least the sun is out today and the snow looks bright and shiny. Almost makes you forget for a minute that the mercury was showing below 0F this morning, as it has for many many mornings this winter.

There have been a lot of distractions lately but I'm steadily chipping away at a variety of projects. Ti Count Sporkulas are coming up very shortly and a brand new Lanslide design will be coming in maybe a week or so. Still no movement on the remaining Frankenslices but I will get back to them soon. And I haven't gotten too far on the remaining Hangmen but will try to get to some of those in the next few days as well.

Today I have the last batch of aluminum BitBuckets done. These have a beautiful deep olive gray colored HAIII Natural Hardcoat Anodizing on them. A nice match for your SF flashlights. These will run the usual $55 plus shipping and it's a very modest sized batch so one per customer on them please. Link is below...thank you for stopping by today and may your weekend be a warm and happy one. :)

Sold Out, thank you very much!



8 comments:

Curby said...

Dang 10 minutes and these are still up. Where's the love? =)

CXC said...

She's a beauty but I just can't remember the last time I used a Phillips, or any other, bit.

TMedina said...

I have one in Ti - it's going to end up on my keychain as an emergency cash stash. ;)

thestallion said...

These are neat. It may have been mentioned already but have you thought about a way to make the bit usable with the bucket? Like a little socket hole on the end or side somehow? Or maybe it is and I'm not seeing it?

Isaac said...

Man I keep missing the sales.

vincent89 said...

@Isaac Me too -- not at a computer all day like some.

Tim said...

Peter, I've never done any anodizing myself, but how hard would it be to do an 'Olympic' themed anodizing. A little Red, White(or natural steel), and Blue would be sweet!

Peter Atwood said...

Tim, unfortunately aluminum anodizing is not something easily done in a home workshop. It is done commercially and multiple colors are not something these guys do.