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Old 03-10-2014, 05:29 PM   #12335
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Well - the real ones - are a little pricy. There are lesser $ ones that can be found at REI type places - but didn't see any online that were inexpensive enough for me to buy in bulk. And some folks won't need em. But... I did think it was kinda cool. You can walk off to go fishing with a rod, reel, and couple lures and cup of Joe. Hook your mug to your belt, pull a stringer from your pocket, load it up with fish, and carry a stringer full back to the fire ring.
Actually I think I have one in the coach somewhere but it leaves Marcia without. I'll see if I can locate some on my travels
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Old 03-10-2014, 06:27 PM   #12336
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Well - the real ones - are a little pricy. There are lesser $ ones that can be found at REI type places - but didn't see any online that were inexpensive enough for me to buy in bulk. And some folks won't need em. But... I did think it was kinda cool. You can walk off to go fishing with a rod, reel, and couple lures and cup of Joe. Hook your mug to your belt, pull a stringer from your pocket, load it up with fish, and carry a stringer full back to the fire ring.
Step right up folks, perfect for keeping those red wigglers a wiggling. Rinse out with adult beverage, let set overnight, add coffee next morning! A can't do without item!

Looks great Steve! That GC@CL is coming up soon correct? And tell me again, just where it's at!
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Old 03-10-2014, 06:43 PM   #12337
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Here Ye Here Ye GC @ CL mutants and others throughout the RVMdom. I have placed the order for 72 RV Mutant coffee / drink containers. These are high quality ----

"Double-wall construction using stainless steel and plastic liner. Screw-on lid with colorful thumb press closure. Carabiner hook. Fits most standard car cup holders. 16oz."

The mock up from the vendor looks like
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We cannot discuss sale of these fine items here on iRV2 - but once we get past the GC @ CL and I see how many are left - I will put info on www.rvmutants.com including a picture of the actual travel mug should anyone be interested.... Don't worry if not attending - I can always order more - but carrying around a bunch of mugs - and buying outright without an estimate of actual interest is a bit of a issue...
Like that!
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Old 03-10-2014, 07:04 PM   #12339
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Oh so we will need a supply of carabiniers too ...... lol
Nope. Just one carsbinier and one dog
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What color are they going to be? The coffee cups? Oh I love my morning coffee.
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What color are they going to be? The coffee cups? Oh I love my morning coffee.
Silver - black lid - black logo. They didn't have a picture of the lid in black that showed the carabiner hook.
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2 for us too, please! We can't make the GC, but I'd love to take them to the iRV2 national rally!
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2 for us too, please! We can't make the GC, but I'd love to take them to the iRV2 national rally!
Oh yeah that would be great representation for us good plan

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Oh yeah that would be great representation for us good plan

Cheers !!!
Jeff, y'all going to Myrtle Beech to the rally?
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I bought carabiners strong enough for coffee mugs at Harbor Freight, really cheap. I wouldn't trust my life to them by repelling down a cliff, but for this they'd do just fine.
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I bought carabiners strong enough for coffee mugs at Harbor Freight, really cheap. I wouldn't trust my life to them by repelling down a cliff, but for this they'd do just fine.
Exactly what I was referring to Barb. At the outfitter shops like REI they are usually at checkout counters and are for use as keychains and other light duty.
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Exactly what I was referring to Barb. At the outfitter shops like REI they are usually at checkout counters and are for use as keychains and other light duty.
Call me cheap or old school but, I carried a coffee mug on Boy Scout camp outs for over 20 years that was a pieace of leather boot lace tied to a handle and threaded through a hole punched through the lid of a plastic gator aid bottle and finished off with a knott! Once cup empty just slide plastic gator aid lid under belt. It was important to always have a cup handy, often other troops would offer up a cup of joe and seldom had extra cups. For my new cups I think a carabiner will be appropriate, especially amongst others!

Good job Steve!
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