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Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Halloween Weekend Sale @ Enlightened Equipment on 10/30/2013 13:51:12 MDT Print View

Happy Halloween!!

Tomorrow all of our ready to ship quilts will go on sale(12A 10/31 central time). The amount of the discount varies depending on how large our stock of an item is but it's between 15-25% on ProdigyX and RevelationX ready to ship and even though they're brand new grab $20 off any Ready to Ship Enigma.

Hope you have a fun Holloweekend and be safe!

-Tim

http://www.enlightenedequipment.com/?product_cat=ready-to-ship

Edited by MarshLaw303 on 10/30/2013 14:07:06 MDT.

Wade Ford
(cwford) - MLife

Locale: NTX
Sale on 10/30/2013 23:13:18 MDT Print View

Are the prices currently posted the sale price? or is there a code I need to enter?

Brad Hawkins
(Biathlonman) - F
Me too. on 10/30/2013 23:17:30 MDT Print View

I've been trying too, guess he meant 12P.

Emmanuel Romo
(emman714) - F - M

Locale: Southern California
Re: Me too. on 10/31/2013 00:24:07 MDT Print View

I've been trying. Perfect sale to buy a RevX for myself and for my GF.

Brad Hawkins
(Biathlonman) - F
Agreed on 10/31/2013 00:58:17 MDT Print View

Yep. never heard of Enlightened Equipment a month ago and trying like crazy to get my third quilt from them tonight! I really "need" a 30 degree wide!

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: Halloween Weekend Sale @ Enlightened Equipment on 10/31/2013 04:53:58 MDT Print View

I guess I have some work to do. I used the schedule a sale function but it didn't turn on. I'll get it in about. 2 hrs

-Tim

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: Halloween Weekend Sale @ Enlightened Equipment on 10/31/2013 06:03:08 MDT Print View

Stupid site didn't change the prices at midnight like it was supposed to. They are changed now, happy hunting

-Tim

Brad Hawkins
(Biathlonman) - F
Thanks Tim on 10/31/2013 17:18:53 MDT Print View

Looking forward to giving a 30 degree wide a run! I adore my 10 degree wide.

Timothy Gadd
(WickdWarm_n_Dry) - F

Locale: Central Ohio
Thanks, quilt dude on 11/02/2013 23:20:52 MDT Print View

First day as a BPL subscriber (well, kinda) and I've already paid nearly half of what I had budgeted for a titanium cook pot and now a down quilt because of the Gear Deal leads. I like it here!

Edited by WickdWarm_n_Dry on 11/02/2013 23:21:37 MDT.

DT Lay
(KiwiMtnClmbr) - F

Locale: Northeast Highlands
Decisions, decisions! on 11/03/2013 21:43:39 MST Print View

Tim and everyone else...

I'm hemming and hawing over pulling the trigger on one of the Halloween sale/ready-to-ship RevX 40deg quilts. My major question is whether it's possible to have something like a 45deg ProdigyX made with say 2.5oz apex instead of the 50deg's 2.1oz or the 40deg's 4oz. This would be for a late spring, summer use bag. I work for an outdoor ed non-profit in the mid-atlantic and hike/kayak everywhere between ME and VA and have admittedly only ever used synthetics in the summer b/c of moisture exposure. Because of this I really can't decide whether to risk the switch to the down. It looks like weight-wise that 45deg-ish design would be only marginally heavier than the 40deg RevX although of course bulkier. What are folks thoughts? It's getting really hard to ignore the $160 pricing on the 40deg RevX...

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: Decisions, decisions! on 11/03/2013 22:12:10 MST Print View

If 2.1oz is 50* and 4oz is 40* 2.5 oz is not 45* its more like 48*.

If you supply the 2.5oz I can build it minus my insulation costs.

-Tim