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Old 09-05-2008, 08:46 PM
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Default Byron Originals Pit Pal Any Good?

http://www.byronfuels.com/pages/pit_...t_cuddler.html

Anyone using this field box? Any good?

I want something light weight and not made out of wood.
Old 09-06-2008, 11:22 AM
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Default RE: Byron Originals Pit Pal Any Good?

Looks OK. After being disappointed with pre made field boxes, I decided to build my own out of coroplast. It is lightweight, water and fuel proof, strong as hell, and versatile. The fuel/power pods are detachable from the main box, and attach to each other, so that is all I need to take to the flight line.
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Old 09-06-2008, 07:37 PM
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Default RE: Byron Originals Pit Pal Any Good?

I found a new one on *bay for $9 bucks and snagged it. Looks pretty well made in the picture. We'll See I guess...
Old 09-07-2008, 06:50 AM
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Default RE: Byron Originals Pit Pal Any Good?

Nice box but the Craft Cuddler is a total F-up.
Completely useless in my opinion.
Bought oneyears ago, tried it once... what a dog.
Just about the most UNSTABLE stand ever made available to the poor public.
It now lives in the loft.
Yours will to.
There are infinately better way of completely wasting your money.
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ORIGINAL: David Bathe

Nice box but the Craft Cuddler is a total F-up.
Completely useless in my opinion.
Bought oneyears ago, tried it once... what a dog.
Just about the most UNSTABLE stand ever made available to the poor public.
It now lives in the loft.
Yours will to.
There are infinately better way of completely wasting your money.


I didn't buy the "Craft Cuddler".....I don't think I'd be able to say those words at the flying field without everyone throwing rocks at me...

Besides, I could tell by looking at the hump on the guys back in the picture that it was caused buy him hunching over the models on the stand.




Old 09-07-2008, 12:50 PM
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Default RE: Byron Originals Pit Pal Any Good?

I sent many e-mails asking about it, but they never answered, I guess they figured they sell enough that they don't need to answer, so I made my own.

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