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About PaulT00
Location:
By the seaside, England
Interests:
Dogs, cats, books, computers, fountain pens, vintage Oakley sunglasses, Bikram yoga and Tom Bihn bags
Occupation:
IT bod
Your Bag:
Aeronaut, Tri-Star, Synapse 19, Pilot, Co-Pilot, iPad Ristretto, Packing Cube BackPack, Side Effect
Which laptop do you have?:
2007 black macbook 13"

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A45 crim/stl TS navy/solr A30 aub/wsbi S19 nrdc/stl P nrdc/solr CP blk/stl; SE wsbi CQPC ibrn, solr Ri aub/stl 3DCC card TSS4 wsbi K card TT solr,nrdc,blk CC card/stl PCBP solr PP navy QK frst,cyte,aub + loadsa cubes!

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Today 05:27 AM
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07-13-2012
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  1. Pokilani
    Pokilani liked post by PaulT00 On thread : What's In Your Aeronaut 30? Packing Lineups & General Tips
    I'd recommend being careful how full you pack a CQPC to go in an A30 end pocket. My grooming kit (at the moment...) is in a Solar CQPC which I put in the RHS end pocket of my A30 on its maiden...
    Liked On: 10-13-2014, 01:09 PM
  2. monkeylady
    monkeylady liked post by PaulT00 On thread : What's In Your Aeronaut 30? Packing Lineups & General Tips
    I'd recommend being careful how full you pack a CQPC to go in an A30 end pocket. My grooming kit (at the moment...) is in a Solar CQPC which I put in the RHS end pocket of my A30 on its maiden...
    Liked On: 10-13-2014, 10:53 AM
  3. moriond
    moriond liked post by PaulT00 On thread : What's In Your Aeronaut 30? Packing Lineups & General Tips
    I'd recommend being careful how full you pack a CQPC to go in an A30 end pocket. My grooming kit (at the moment...) is in a Solar CQPC which I put in the RHS end pocket of my A30 on its maiden...
    Liked On: 10-13-2014, 10:32 AM
  4. brendabethman
    brendabethman liked post by PaulT00 On thread : Aeronaut PCBP as Gym Bag
    When I was in London a couple of months back, I went and did a hot yoga class and used my Solar A45 PCBP to carry the relevant kit (towel, mat, shorts, water bottle plus various impedimenta like...
    Liked On: 10-09-2014, 11:03 AM
  5. Meglet
    Meglet liked post by PaulT00 On thread : First Tom Bihn bag - Aeronaut 30 or Western Flyer?
    I think that the choice between WF and A30 really depends on whether you prefer the 'organised' packing method or the 'duffel' packing method. A while back I bought both an A45 and a Tri-Star, the...
    Liked On: 10-09-2014, 10:56 AM
  6. monkeylady
    monkeylady liked post by PaulT00 On thread : First Tom Bihn bag - Aeronaut 30 or Western Flyer?
    I think that the choice between WF and A30 really depends on whether you prefer the 'organised' packing method or the 'duffel' packing method. A while back I bought both an A45 and a Tri-Star, the...
    Liked On: 10-09-2014, 09:20 AM
  7. teaelleyou
    teaelleyou liked post by PaulT00 On thread : First Tom Bihn bag - Aeronaut 30 or Western Flyer?
    I think that the choice between WF and A30 really depends on whether you prefer the 'organised' packing method or the 'duffel' packing method. A while back I bought both an A45 and a Tri-Star, the...
    Liked On: 10-09-2014, 08:40 AM
  8. tpnl
    tpnl liked post by PaulT00 On thread : First Tom Bihn bag - Aeronaut 30 or Western Flyer?
    I think that the choice between WF and A30 really depends on whether you prefer the 'organised' packing method or the 'duffel' packing method. A while back I bought both an A45 and a Tri-Star, the...
    Liked On: 10-09-2014, 05:25 AM
  9. bchaplin
    bchaplin liked post by PaulT00 On thread : First Tom Bihn bag - Aeronaut 30 or Western Flyer?
    I think that the choice between WF and A30 really depends on whether you prefer the 'organised' packing method or the 'duffel' packing method. A while back I bought both an A45 and a Tri-Star, the...
    Liked On: 10-09-2014, 05:06 AM
  10. Pokilani
    Pokilani liked post by PaulT00 On thread : First Tom Bihn bag - Aeronaut 30 or Western Flyer?
    I think that the choice between WF and A30 really depends on whether you prefer the 'organised' packing method or the 'duffel' packing method. A while back I bought both an A45 and a Tri-Star, the...
    Liked On: 10-09-2014, 05:03 AM
  11. timothy
    timothy liked post by PaulT00 On thread : Packing the Night Flight
    Doing a quick tally tells me that the combination of the NFTD and the DLBP gives a total capacity of 36.5 litres, which is usefully greater than both the Aeronaut 30 (30 litres) and the Tri-Star (33...
    Liked On: 10-06-2014, 06:59 PM
  12. Ilkyway
    Ilkyway liked post by PaulT00 On thread : Packing the Night Flight
    Doing a quick tally tells me that the combination of the NFTD and the DLBP gives a total capacity of 36.5 litres, which is usefully greater than both the Aeronaut 30 (30 litres) and the Tri-Star (33...
    Liked On: 10-06-2014, 11:43 AM
  13. moriond
    moriond liked post by PaulT00 On thread : Packing the Night Flight
    Doing a quick tally tells me that the combination of the NFTD and the DLBP gives a total capacity of 36.5 litres, which is usefully greater than both the Aeronaut 30 (30 litres) and the Tri-Star (33...
    Liked On: 10-06-2014, 09:59 AM
  14. Pokilani
    Pokilani liked post by PaulT00 On thread : Packing the Night Flight
    Doing a quick tally tells me that the combination of the NFTD and the DLBP gives a total capacity of 36.5 litres, which is usefully greater than both the Aeronaut 30 (30 litres) and the Tri-Star (33...
    Liked On: 10-06-2014, 04:40 AM
  15. dorayme
    dorayme liked post by PaulT00 On thread : A30 first use report: 2 weeks in Europe
    Congratulations on an ultralight trip - nice write-up! I'm with @Holly on the comments and kudos front. My A30's maiden voyage was only 3 days / 2 nights, but a number of people were amazed that it...
    Liked On: 10-06-2014, 04:39 AM
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