Steve
Now this is what i call a hop spider, it's huge and very good quality.
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Clibit
Looks the business Steve. For the Graindaddy?
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Steve
Clibit wrote:
Looks the business Steve. For the Graindaddy?


It certainly is, I can’t get over how big it is 😂 no problems getting 400/500g of leaf hops in it I’d say.
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wobleylegs
looks grand that. should do the job nicely Steve.
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Steve
wobleylegs wrote:
looks grand that. should do the job nicely Steve.


Not the cheapest by far, think it was around £40 but the build quality is excellent, well worth the money.
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GHW
Still don’t understand why they are ‘spiders’ ?
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Clibit
GHW wrote:
Still don’t understand why they are ‘spiders’ ?


Cos they started out like this:

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GHW
Clibit wrote:


Cos they started out like this:

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Nope, still not getting spiders
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Clibit
You have to use your imagination a bit. [thumb]
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GHW
Clibit wrote:
You have to use your imagination a bit. [thumb]


The spider bit isn’t really the important bit though so not sure why that became the thing that stuck.
TBH I don’t really know why I’m worrying about this.
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Clibit
GHW wrote:


The spider bit isn’t really the important bit though so not sure why that became the thing that stuck.
TBH I don’t really know why I’m worrying about this.


I get troubled by minor unfathomable details too. My front door latch turns the wrong way and a lot of visitors struggle to open it. Some people give up. It can be quite entertaining though, in a very low key way .
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Northern Brewster
Steve wrote:
Now this is what i call a hop spider, it's huge and very good quality.
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I’ve had mine for about 12 months now. Really pleased with it so far.
I don’t have hobbies. I’m developing a robust post-apocalyptic skill set.
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Steve
Northern Brewster wrote:


I’ve had mine for about 12 months now. Really pleased with it so far.

It’s a awesome bit of kit, well pleased with it Gilly.
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Hops_and_Dreams
Clibit wrote:


I get troubled by minor unfathomable details too. My front door latch turns the wrong way and a lot of visitors struggle to open it. Some people give up. It can be quite entertaining though, in a very low key way .

Door latch. Low key. Nice.
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