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#176

OldGT
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28 May 2020 11:27 am

nojdam wrote:

Mine must be waiting for a camel train across the Tasman.
I have a package from steelphase sitting in Melbourne airport since 6th May
"It won't happen over night but it will happen"

Post is a disgrace atm, but with less flights and more packages than usual plus the virus its understandable. No less frustrating though. Senders and recievers all going through the same pain.

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#177

nojdam
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04 June 2020 12:05 pm

Turned up just now,I think it's beautiful, the wife thinks not so much so it's a tool to degrout the old kitchen tiles argh
Of course its pisisting down right now,creeks are up.
You Beauty Baz
John


People who say it can't be done shouldn't bother those doing it

#178

Sandbagger
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14 June 2020 08:19 pm

How's the crack scratcin' going gang? Anyone got any tasty yellow photos with your crack scratcher in action?

Baz.

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#179

Sandbagger
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22 June 2020 11:00 pm

Hey all! I just finished forging 16 more Baz Crack Scratchers and have updated the stock level on the online shop.

Go get 'em and get scratchin'!

Baz.

https://shop.buildsbybaz.com/?product=b … ors-friend

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#180

navieko
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28 June 2020 10:47 pm

Will have to order another soon, I somehow managed to snap the end of mine off -- my fault though, I was out crevicing and forgot to take my pry-bar so tried using my Baz Back Scratcher to pry out a (too) big chunk of cracked bedrock -- came close to dislodging the rock but not before the end of the tool snapped off and went flying off into the abyss. Great crevicing tool though, will head to your site to make a new purchase in near future! perfect

Last edited by navieko (28 June 2020 10:48 pm)

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#181

Rockhunter62
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From: Roaming, WA
Joined: 03 May 2016
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28 June 2020 11:00 pm

navieko wrote:

Will have to order another soon, I somehow managed to snap the end of mine off -- my fault though, I was out crevicing and forgot to take my pry-bar so tried using my Baz Back Scratcher to pry out a (too) big chunk of cracked bedrock -- came close to dislodging the rock but not before the end of the tool snapped off and went flying off into the abyss. Great crevicing tool though, will head to your site to make a new purchase in near future! perfect

What, don't they come with a warranty?

Cheers

Doug


Forest Gump once said "life is like a detector going beep, you don't know what it is till you dig it up"

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#182

Sandbagger
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28 June 2020 11:46 pm

Rockhunter62 wrote:

What, don't they come with a warranty?

Cheers

Doug

I have replaced one other tool that had a fault and was being used correctly. I have since performed destructive tests to prove the tool. (Video recorded and publicly published)

Right tool, right job. Best knife in the world will snap if you use it as a screwdriver.

If anything, Navieko is showing his honesty and integrity by admitting he was using the scratcher as a pry bar, something the instructions, introductory video and website, explicitly advise NOT to do.

Baz.

Last edited by Sandbagger (29 June 2020 12:04 am)

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#183

Sandbagger
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28 June 2020 11:55 pm

Specifically mentiined here

Last edited by Sandbagger (29 June 2020 12:18 am)

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#184

Sandbagger
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29 June 2020 12:19 am

And very clearly on the shop page details.

https://shop.buildsbybaz.com/?product=b … ors-friend

#185

Mackka
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29 June 2020 10:29 am

I think Doug was a Tongue in Cheek comment Baz.
Mackka

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#186

Sandbagger
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29 June 2020 10:51 am

I was hoping so mate. smile

I just want to be clear to customers, that the tool was developed and designed for a specific purpose, to which it performs magnificently.

Use it for things it was not intended for, well that's outside my control. All I can do is educate so you get the best from it.

All the reviews I've got back from customers so far, have been very encouraging.

thumbsup

Baz.

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#187

Sandbagger
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16 July 2020 08:57 pm

17 Baz Crack Scratchers fresh out of the forge today. In stock and available.

Go get 'em!!

Baz.

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https://shop.buildsbybaz.com/?product=b … ors-friend

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#188

Sandbagger
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31 July 2020 03:16 pm

Ready for the springtime prospecting weather? Take your new Baz Crack Scratcher out on that sunny bedrock! https://shop.buildsbybaz.com/?product=b … ors-friend

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