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I got this water proof bag for $3 at the sunridge mall store (lower level)
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lord wayne wrote: I got this water proof bag for $3 at the sunridge mall store (lower level)
Do you recall what section it was in? My store has removed the fishing/camping/outdoor stuff.
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cpfan wrote: Do you recall what section it was in? My store has removed the fishing/camping/outdoor stuff.
It was in the hardware section
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kuchunwah wrote: 1.5L is pretty small right?
Yep. Just looked quickly at MEC. Their smallest one seems to be 3L for 11.95.

I've thought about buying these in the past. I use chunks of ice (frozen in margarine tubs) in my coolers, so stuff gets wet when it melts. For cans or bottles, no big deal. But sometimes I want to put something in the cooler that I don't want to get wet, and I have wondered if one of these would do the trick. For $3, I guess I'm gonna find out (assuming that I can find one).
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cpfan wrote: Yep. Just looked quickly at MEC. Their smallest one seems to be 3L for 11.95.

I've thought about buying these in the past. I use chunks of ice (frozen in margarine tubs) in my coolers, so stuff gets wet when it melts. For cans or bottles, no big deal. But sometimes I want to put something in the cooler that I don't want to get wet, and I have wondered if one of these would do the trick. For $3, I guess I'm gonna find out (assuming that I can find one).
Probably better off just using ziplock bags....
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My wife found this chopper in the Fonthill Ont Dollarama yesterday. Apparently they had lots. We have been looking it for a couple of months (including at this store).
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kuchunwah wrote: Probably better off just using ziplock bags....
I don't disagree with your suggestion, and would use that for veggies. I'm just looking for something a bit better than a ziploc. It kinda depends what I'm putting in there, and I can't really remember right now why I wanted these dry sacs (I'm not planning a trip down the Grand Canyon in a raft). I recall putting a rubbermaid tub in a cooler with some non-food stuff in it because it made it easier to carry and ending up with a little water in the Rubbermaid tub. I might end up with a camera lens in one occasionally (it looks the right shape), but I've got a decent camera bag (actually two), so that's not a real need.
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Anyone saw the Anchor glasses in QC?
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There’s also a “Trim” multitool for $4 to go with the grooming kit:

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cpfan wrote: Do you recall what section it was in? My store has removed the fishing/camping/outdoor stuff.
lord wayne wrote: It was in the hardware section
In the store I was in recently, that item was with the shoe care/umbrella/clothing section. So try there as well if you're looking for the dry bags.
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cpfan wrote: I don't disagree with your suggestion, and would use that for veggies. I'm just looking for something a bit better than a ziploc. It kinda depends what I'm putting in there, and I can't really remember right now why I wanted these dry sacs (I'm not planning a trip down the Grand Canyon in a raft). I recall putting a rubbermaid tub in a cooler with some non-food stuff in it because it made it easier to carry and ending up with a little water in the Rubbermaid tub. I might end up with a camera lens in one occasionally (it looks the right shape), but I've got a decent camera bag (actually two), so that's not a real need.
Play it safe and double up. Put a zip lock inside the dry bag
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jasonchan wrote: There’s also a “Trim” multitool for $4 to go with the grooming kit:
That's the worst way to advertise a multi-tool, unless we were in an apocalypses and needed the pliers to pull out our rotting teeth, knife to slice off our hair, and file to file down our nails.
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kuchunwah wrote: 1.5L is pretty small right?
Yeah it’s pretty small. I’ll upload a picture in a bit.
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Found some Inside pickering town centre and 9275 Markham rd Dollaramas
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