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  1. #1
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    Mar 1999
    Stoke on Trent
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    Default Review - TF Gear Lok Down Bivvy

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    Aug 2007
    Near Boston, Lincs


    It looks a lot like my Trakker AS Trident. I bet it cost a lot less, though. It's a bit smaller, the entire front zips off mine and mine doesnt have the internal skin, which sounds wierd - and awkward - to me. All bivvies of the pramhood type are really easy to erect and that's a massive selling point. Trakker make a lot of claims for the material their bivvies are made of this year, and some other manufacturers do too. Only time will tell. I am happy with mine, though if this one had been around I might have bought it instead - though the price hasnt been mentioned has it? In the end I bought mine for the name, because I wanted a bivvy that would last for a few years and still work properly. I paid £390, though if I want a winter wrap it'll cost yet another £200!!! The sweetener is that it turns my trident into a two-man bivvy.
    If I ever get to a FM fish-in I hope none of you think I'll be sharing my wonderful bivvy with you! I suppose I could consider bribery, but it'll cost!

    Well, That's it. My review of the review.

  3. #3
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    Default TF Gear Lok Down Bivvy

    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Marsden View Post
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    It does look good but I would've preferred a review from someone who is not sponsored / employed by TF Gear.

    Does anyone not sponsored / employed by TF Gear have an opinion on this bivvy?
    Last edited by John Wood 2; 02-02-2010 at 13:45.

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