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Brandon Belew
11-09-2008, 12:43
http://www.geargrid.com/images/largeiamges/scubalock.jpg

CWSWine
11-09-2008, 12:48
Then you would have to buy enough stuff to fill it!!!

Defman
11-09-2008, 12:53
More info:
GearGrid - The Smarter, Stronger Storage Solution (http://www.geargrid.com/scuba.html)

Brandon Belew
11-09-2008, 13:07
More info:
GearGrid - The Smarter, Stronger Storage Solution (http://www.geargrid.com/scuba.html)

I know, thats where I got the picture from :)

Defman
11-09-2008, 16:16
More info:
GearGrid - The Smarter, Stronger Storage Solution (http://www.geargrid.com/scuba.html)

I know, thats where I got the picture from :)

I know, you weren't kind enough to share it with anyone else though....

Brandon Belew
11-09-2008, 16:55
More info:
GearGrid - The Smarter, Stronger Storage Solution (http://www.geargrid.com/scuba.html)

I know, thats where I got the picture from :)

I know, you weren't kind enough to share it with anyone else though....

That's cause i'm stingy! :smiley36:

scubadiver888
11-09-2008, 17:57
That is a something I could like. :smiley20: Only problem is I live in a condo and my wife would kill me if I parked that thing in anywhere in the condo. :smiley19:

scubadiver888
11-09-2008, 17:58
Then you would have to buy enough stuff to fill it!!!

and your point is??!? :smilie39:

DivingCRNA
02-08-2009, 18:18
Then you have to put the stuff in there and take it out every time you go diving. Unless you screw it to the wall of you diving trailer!

THAT is what I need!

DevilDiver
02-08-2009, 19:26
That is great!! They have some really cool stuff, did you check out some of the options?

Any ideas on how much something like this runs?

Straegen
02-08-2009, 19:29
That is seriously slick... wonder what it costs though.

scubadiver888
02-09-2009, 07:27
That is great!! They have some really cool stuff, did you check out some of the options?

Any ideas on how much something like this runs?
I had a look at this stuff and it is HIGHLY customizable. They have legs, wheels, heavy duty wheels, etc. I've seen they create open locker spaces for hockey change rooms. Mostly they supply to fire departments.

Because it is highly customizable, there is a HUGE range in pricing. Obviously, if I want something to hold hockey gear it will be a lot cheaper than I want something to hold a full rack of steel tanks.

I'm living in a condo right now. Our 'lockers' are these long, narrow cages. If there is something at the back of the cage you have to empty out 75% of the locker to get at it. I've been wondering if getting one of these things on wheels might be better. Then I could just wheel everything out if I need something at the back. :smiley20:

Vercingetorix
02-09-2009, 09:21
That is a something I could like. :smiley20: Only problem is I live in a condo and my wife would kill me if I parked that thing in anywhere in the condo. :smiley19:I think it would make a lovely addition to your living room. Paint it pink; women like pink.:smilie39:

acamato
02-09-2009, 09:58
This stuff is not cheap. My old FD just purchased wall mounted gear grid to hold approx 50 sets of gear and it was just under $20K.

CWSWine
02-09-2009, 12:22
Then you have to put the stuff in there and take it out every time you go diving. Unless you screw it to the wall of you diving trailer!

THAT is what I need!


If you put it in the dive trailer and clipped to the wall then you could install a wench and wench up and down the hill at Oronogo no more carrying heavy gear up and down that hill. You could even let all you dive buddies put their gear in also...:smiley31:

1FAST05
02-09-2009, 12:31
Then you have to put the stuff in there and take it out every time you go diving. Unless you screw it to the wall of you diving trailer!

THAT is what I need!


If you put it in the dive trailer and clipped to the wall then you could install a wench and wench up and down the hill at Oronogo no more carrying heavy gear up and down that hill. You could even let all you dive buddies put their gear in also...:smiley31:


If you put in that winch make sure it has a remote and then you could just get in it and winch you and all your stuff up and down the hill......no more walking! :smiley20: