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General Forestry => General Board => Topic started by: Bibbyman on February 05, 2006, 12:23:33 PM

Title: ProSawyer Mary's new LogRite Doyle Scale & LogRite gloves.
Post by: Bibbyman on February 05, 2006, 12:23:33 PM
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Here's Mary takin' it easy on a Sunday morning just out on the log lot scaleing up some walnut logs with her new LogRite scale.

It's not ORANGE but that's ok.  I think the blue shows off the etched letters better than orange would have.

As always,  a top quality tool from LogRite! 
Title: Re: ProSawyer Mary's new LogRite Doyle Scale.
Post by: Frank_Pender on February 05, 2006, 03:00:34 PM
Good for you, Mary.  It looks like you were wise in getting the model with a handle, as well. 8)
Title: Re: ProSawyer Mary's new LogRite Doyle Scale.
Post by: getoverit on February 05, 2006, 08:43:05 PM
I bought one of them myself (from Captain) and I'm quite impressed with the quality.

I also bought a couple of LogRite Peavy's from him, and I'm sure they will be something I can pass along to my grandchildren also.
Title: Re: ProSawyer Mary's new LogRite Doyle Scale & LogRite gloves.
Post by: Bibbyman on February 10, 2006, 09:58:00 AM
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I failed to mention that we got three pair of LogRite gloves with the LogRite scale.

Iím not too much on gloves.  A dozen Jersey gloves around Thanksgiving usually does me all winter.  So last summer at the pig roast I won a pair of LogRite work gloves,  I was thankful but when I got them home,  I just tossed them on a shelf in the saw office. 

I hadnít even been using gloves to handle blades but since this past fall weíve switched from the .045 blades to the .055 blades,  Iíve learned to use them.  One is like handling a pussycat Ė the other a mad bobcat!  I quick remembered where I put the leather work gloves.   Now I keep the stashed in the top of the blade box and donít handle .055 blades without them.

We got three more pair with our LogRite scale.  A large pair of ďdrivers glovesĒ and two small pair of Work Gloves (Mary changes about as many blades as I.Ē

I didnít see them listed on their web site but they have them on their printed product brochure.

If/when you order a LogRite cant hook or scale, check out their gloves too.


Title: Re: Beenthere's new LogRite gloves.
Post by: beenthere on February 10, 2006, 11:43:18 AM
I too have a pair of the LogRite gloves, and agree that they are the preferred glove to wear. Getting a lot of use with the firewood this year. Thanks LogRite, for the quality you have in your products.