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peter_pan
2009-12-07, 21:39
The JRB family of wearable style quilts (No Sniveller, Rocky Mountain Sniveller, Sierra Sniveller and Stealth models) are on sale for up to $75 off...Sale ends Thursday, 10 Dec at Noon.

These are the JRB quilt family members that grew from Sgt Rock's suggested "Resealable head hole" feature back in the "Old Days"... Ground guys might like the New Sierra Sniveller.

Pan

Two Speed
2009-12-08, 06:52
Anything on the Katahdin quilts? My budget is pretty committed but I've wanted one of those suckers ever since I saw the one Skids had.

peter_pan
2009-12-08, 10:51
Anything on the Katahdin quilts? My budget is pretty committed but I've wanted one of those suckers ever since I saw the one Skids had.

Two Speed,

Look for it to be on sale 17-20 Dec.... Last sale before Christmas.

pan

Tin Man
2009-12-08, 12:18
I believe I saw the JRB Bear Mtn Bridge on sale. How long will that sale price be available?

peter_pan
2009-12-08, 12:30
I believe I saw the JRB Bear Mtn Bridge on sale. How long will that sale price be available?

Tin Man,

Expect it to end by noon on the 21st.... but it will probably go zero balance/ out of stock by the end of this week.... You can still get the price... just not the BMBH... they are due in but there will probably be a week or two under lap.

Pan

Tin Man
2009-12-08, 12:40
Tin Man,

Expect it to end by noon on the 21st.... but it will probably go zero balance/ out of stock by the end of this week.... You can still get the price... just not the BMBH... they are due in but there will probably be a week or two under lap.

Pan

I don't need it right away. Just looking out for a friend to save a couple of bucks.

Two Speed
2009-12-08, 14:18
Two Speed,

Look for it to be on sale 17-20 Dec.... Last sale before Christmas.

panThat'll work and put a reminder in my calendar so I don't goof it. Now if my budget will stand the strain . . . probably gonna get stupid and do it anyway.

jonewoo
2009-12-15, 07:47
Hi guys,
I know that all international orders are subject to applicable customs duties and associated assessments and fees. These fees may include Import Duties, Value Added Taxes (VAT) and Customs Clearance Fees. These costs are entirely the responsibility of the purchaser. The shipping charge by Jacks 'R' Better does NOT include any of these fees. You will normally be charged the Customs fees by the company that delivers the package at the time of delivery.

Skidsteer
2009-12-15, 07:57
Go away spammer.

Two Speed
2009-12-17, 12:19
Speaking of snivelling, checked your website and nothing on the Katahdin quilts.

Waaaaaahh! I want my quilt!

SGT Rock
2009-12-17, 12:21
I love my JRB quilts.

Two Speed
2009-12-17, 13:54
Guess I'm just gonna have to snivel louder & longer until JrB's website gets updated.

peter_pan
2009-12-17, 14:24
Guess I'm just gonna have to snivel louder & longer until JrB's website gets updated.

TS,

your snivelling has obscured your vision.... Check Now....And save $75 on your Katahdin.:biggrin:

Pan

Two Speed
2010-01-04, 08:07
My sniveling has paid off; got the new quilt yesterday. Slept with the window open last night. 17 degrees here in Atlanta. Only problem was getting out from underneath the quilt to go make the coffee.

crumbsnatcher
2010-01-29, 16:39
looking to upgrade my gear, heard of quilts but know nothing about them.
need to hike more i guess? haven't done any gear changes in a few years. going to get me some new gear for this year,and put it in my external backpack!:biggrin:

Two Speed
2010-01-29, 17:43
Crumb, in case you can't tell I like my Katahdin. Might actually be overkill for the southeast, but I think quilts are the way to go.

SGT Rock
2010-01-29, 18:14
I love the no sniveler. It is like having a down jacket for camp in any weather.

enviro
2010-01-30, 01:48
Thinking of looking at some quilts myself. Got to get out of my Big Agnes bag though. Like their system.

Ewker
2010-01-30, 15:06
JRB is having a sale right now. Buy 1 Quilt, Get The 2nd 1/2 OFF

taildragger
2010-01-30, 15:58
If I had more time to hike, or some hiking closer by, or money to buy, I'd go with a no sniveler. Sleeping bag and a jacket seems like a good combo to me.

Now, if I could just convince myself to spend tax returns on that instead of paying off student loans...or buying old guns...

SGT Rock
2010-01-30, 16:27
Sounds like a good time to get a top and bottom quilt.

Take-a-knee
2010-02-02, 00:02
I love the no sniveler. It is like having a down jacket for camp in any weather.

There is no reason to own anything else for a top quilt, IMO, except maybe the Rocky Mtn version if you like the cold. That headhole is awesome.