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    Ooooh shiny!

    I would like one of each thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEEP View Post
    Ooooh shiny!

    I would like one of each thank you
    Well, I'll look into the logistics of getting some sent but in the meantime do an ebay search for 'tiffin box' and you might find some there. Let us know how you get on and if you have no luck, I'll pop to the shop and see if I can get a bulk discount.

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    I am not a big fan of eBay, I have an account, but I prefer supporting "real" stores.

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    OK, I'll have a word with Mrs Patel and see what she can do for us.

    Anyone else, so I've an idea of numbers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fletching View Post
    OK, I'll have a word with Mrs Patel and see what she can do for us.

    Anyone else, so I've an idea of numbers?

    Steve
    Steve,

    Is it a two tier tiffin box? If so, count me in please.


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    Excellent!

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    Hey Steve, the weigh of the Indian lunch boxes are not at all bad considering they look very sturdy, i'm impressed. I'm not a gram weenie by any means but kit weight does have a habit of creeping up on you so...!

    I do really like the smaller one and as they can hold all of the bits and bobs, they are not bulky since the 'bits and bobs' have to go somewhere in a pack anyway.

    Great buy I'd say.

    Love the deer skin by the way, not cheap i'm guessing ?

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    Old addage Steve, if you trust a knife fully while handling it, it won't cut you, if anything it'll just give you a warning by nicking dead skin. Noticed this NUMEROUS times over the years, treat a blade with respect and it'll respect you in return.

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    Just purchased a 3 tier Tiffin Tin off ebay for 9.24 delivered (UK).

    Height 13.5 cm X 11.5 cm Width

    Looks almost identical to Steve's one.

    This is where I bought it. There are a few on ebay, just have a search for Tiffin Tin or Tiffin pot etc.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...EOIBSA:GB:1123

    Thanks Steve for the idea...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul standley View Post
    Just purchased a 3 tier Tiffin Tin off ebay for 9.24 delivered (UK).

    Height 13.5 cm X 11.5 cm Width

    Looks almost identical to Steve's one.

    This is where I bought it. There are a few on ebay, just have a search for Tiffin Tin or Tiffin pot etc.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...EOIBSA:GB:1123

    Thanks Steve for the idea...!

    Paul
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