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Old 08-22-2003, 02:41   #1 (permalink)
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Stainless Steel stubbie holder

People - i'm working on my next project, a stainless steel stubbie holder engraved with logo/s.

Please give me your thoughts, I will post a sample in the next 3-4 days

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Old 08-22-2003, 02:50   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Stainless Steel stubbie holder

Thats just great

Tease us and then expect us to wait several days!

god damm you!
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I have them in stock, just need to engrave one......LOL sorry Laminge
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hell yeh.. where do i sign up?
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Re: Stainless Steel stubbie holder

hell yeah, can you do any logos?
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How heavy are they? I have enough trouble holdin up me neoprene one after quite a few ale's!
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Re: Stainless Steel stubbie holder

most logo's can be done, I'll attempt anything once!!!! and should look good too.

As for weight - Keep the can full and you'll never know!

Cost - at this stage $15.00 Engraved.



here's one I engraved earlier today
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Re: Stainless Steel stubbie holder

whats the point of a stainless steel stubby holder? People use holders to keep drink cold, and to keep their hands from getting cold while holding the can right?

so whats the point of a metal holder when basically it would become usless?
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whats the point of a stainless steel stubby holder? People use holders to keep drink cold, and to keep their hands from getting cold while holding the can right?

so whats the point of a metal holder when basically it would become usless?

they are lined!!!
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I would get one if it had BOSS XR8 engraved, looks great mate!
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