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Post  steveygee Wed 07 Oct 2015, 12:53

I'll have 2, actually, if you have enough material. otherwise 1's fine.

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Post  paulyg Wed 07 Oct 2015, 12:54

I'm still interested in a big bag (for flat game carrying) if you move onto those in the future...
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Post  DaveB Wed 07 Oct 2015, 12:58

PaulG wrote:I'm still interested in a big bag (for flat game carrying) if you move onto those in the future...

As will I be Smile
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Post  karl_b Sun 08 Nov 2015, 08:19

Dave/Steve/Steve - bags are finally ready! I'll bring them on Tuesday.
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Post  steveygee Mon 09 Nov 2015, 13:42

Can't make it this week, will collect next time if that's ok.
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Post  karl_b Mon 09 Nov 2015, 17:42

I won't be down next week. I'll put them in my bag and just keep bringing them until I see you.
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Post  steveygee Mon 09 Nov 2015, 20:56

karl_b wrote:I won't be down next week. I'll put them in my bag and just keep bringing them until I see you.

Cool. Summer 2016 then? Very Happy
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Post  Ste Tue 10 Nov 2015, 13:19

Karl, I'm bot coming along tonight and looks like you won't be there next week. I'll get them off you next time I see you.
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Post  karl_b Sun 06 Dec 2015, 18:37

Steve G - you're down for the Christmas party, right? Won't be touring the Engineering Building before then so I'll bring the then.

Ste Blinky - you down at all before Christmas?
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Post  steveygee Sun 06 Dec 2015, 23:41

I'll be there.
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Post  karl_b Mon 27 Nov 2017, 08:28

3 years on and I still don't have a games bag solution.

Pauly G promoted me to think about this, he mentioned that Dave B had bought a Cajon bag, which is something I was considering. However, having had a look at one in real life, I think they're too big. I need something that I can comfortably take to work on a Tuesday. How are you getting on with yours, Dave?

Anyone else have any thoughts on something that holds 3 TTR sized games horizontally or vertically, or 2 larger and some smaller games and is waterproof? The Games Canopy ones that were on Kickstarter look good but I don't have the best part of £100 to spend!

Is a pizza bag still my best option?!
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Post  DaveB Mon 27 Nov 2017, 09:03

karl_b wrote:Pauly G promoted me to think about this, he mentioned that Dave B had bought a Cajon bag, which is something I was considering. However, having had a look at one in real life, I think they're too big. I need something that I can comfortably take to work on a Tuesday. How are you getting on with yours, Dave?

For me the cajon bag is overkill for a Tuesday - I never bring enough games to justify it (I've not tried specifically but I'd estimate 5-6 TTR-sized boxes would fit easily) but its great for shifting stuff to a games day or weekend - its about the right size, padded and was also cheap - I think the one I have is about £20-5.

I really liked some of the stuff thats been through KS but the price has always been more than I'm happy to spend on such a solution. I don't have a good answer for the Tuesday nights - I tend to have a waterproof tote bag with another one I can put over the top if it rains.
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Post  Ianm Mon 27 Nov 2017, 09:06

Are there any sports carry bags that would be suitable. Some of them are a decent size waterproof and durable
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Post  Ianm Mon 27 Nov 2017, 09:07

https://www.underarmour.co.uk/en-gb/ua-storm-contain-backpack-duffel-3.0/1277431.html?dwvar_1277431_color=004&dwvar_1277431_size=OSFA&cid=PLA%7cUK%7cNB%7cggl%7call%7call%7call%7call%7call%7cUK+shopping+generic+accessories%7call%7c38520978667&gclid=Cj0KCQiAjO_QBRC4ARIsAD2FsXOzxnlqDShvVD9L10MAadT6e_dy_83lsakWl3t9XLlwFr_Qk8xfzLgaAguvEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
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Post  paulyg Mon 27 Nov 2017, 09:09

I wonder about something like an outside equipment bag. This generator bag looks cheap, a nice size, heavy duty and waterproof. Not sure if it has any padding though.

https://www.bagsandcoversdirect.co.uk/view-product/kipor-ig2000-generator-bag-with-a-zip-and-carry-handles?gclid=cj0kcqiajo_qbrc4arisad2fsxp9ml_sxibo05inujoimnf3k1rbnjr8yqrso5hamhwa6f6f6wuyxg8aai6cealw_wcb
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Post  paulyg Mon 27 Nov 2017, 09:18

Or this is more expensive but looks to have a lot of padding:

https://www.bagsandcoversdirect.co.uk/view-product/Microwave-Bag-Padded-With-A-Zip-And-Carry-Handles
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Post  Aneurin Mon 27 Nov 2017, 09:47

You know you want to...

http://images.esellerpro.com/2152/I/168/67/XS0179-beige-tartan-shopping-trolley_1_1000.jpg
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Post  karl_b Mon 27 Nov 2017, 14:05

I was in Decathlon earlier today and decided to give one of these a whirl:



https://www.decathlon.co.uk/black-access-300-id_8398280.html

It's waterproof, has a zip, fits 3 TTR sized boxes with a little room on top but isn't padded. For £7.99 it replaces the Star Wars shopping bag for now!
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Post  Kes Mon 27 Nov 2017, 14:30

Prestige leisure has a bunch of sports bags. I assumed someone would go for one at some point when I do clothing orders
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Post  Ianm Mon 27 Nov 2017, 16:30

Aneurin wrote:You know you want to...

http://images.esellerpro.com/2152/I/168/67/XS0179-beige-tartan-shopping-trolley_1_1000.jpg

That's my favourite. Maybe it could be pimped up with sbgc logo and meeple handles
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Post  PaulC Mon 27 Nov 2017, 16:31

Ianm wrote:
Aneurin wrote:You know you want to...

http://images.esellerpro.com/2152/I/168/67/XS0179-beige-tartan-shopping-trolley_1_1000.jpg

That's my favourite. Maybe it could be pimped up with sbgc logo and meeple handles

... and neon lights on the wheels!
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Post  DaveB Mon 27 Nov 2017, 21:46

PaulC wrote:
Ianm wrote:
Aneurin wrote:You know you want to...

http://images.esellerpro.com/2152/I/168/67/XS0179-beige-tartan-shopping-trolley_1_1000.jpg

That's my favourite. Maybe it could be pimped up with sbgc logo and meeple handles

... and neon lights on the wheels!

Don’t forget the fske air intakes and the wide-bore... buckle?
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