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This thread is to share your fun with a new toy with everyone else.

Be it a piece of new camping gear, a knife, a gun, a tool, a motorcycle, a shed or a swimming pool. If it's fun and you enjoy it, show it to us here and let us participate!

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Because it will be a while before my new grenadier arrives, i'm consoling myself by putting together my overlanding equipment piece by piece. Here are the first two parts that you can't go wrong with, and that I always want to have with me on my trips.

A handy Fiskars X11 splitting axe, and a lightweight Silky Accel 240 curved folding saw.
Both are not too heavy bust still solid tools.

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According to spec, that's a real "power"-bank. (y)
 

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Battery is in his body! Like it (y) :love:
As long as I am fit enough I won't buy a bicycle with a battery, and I have a bike, not that fancy, but I use it!
 

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I’m old school 😉

Nah that’s not old Skool, this is old skool.

Well I think it’s an antique now.

It still has the brackets on for the old centre pull brakes 😂
 

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I bought some months ago this cheap car tire inflator on AliExpress for 25€. Quality? I don't know. But I tested it and it works quite well!
Do I need it? I had the last 10 years like 4 flat tires. Only once I thought "shit, I need a tire inflator" because it was a very small leak, and it was weekend. Therefore this addition to my very cheap multi-meter (also Chinese) and some other stuff in my car (By the way: I have a very decent multi-meter at home :).
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A set of timber framing chisels and framing slick from Robert Sorby of Sheffield, UK. I’m in the design phase of building a “writer’s cottage” on my wooded property. There’s nothing better than a handmade hand tool.
 

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By the way, I also always carry duct tape, colson straps and iron wire in my car, as well as gloves and safety spectacles.
 
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