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Old 15th October 2016, 10:36   #106
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I would suggest a 5 litre plastic jerrycan to be kept in the Boot. It's for the occasions when you may just run out of fuel and have to get it in a container from the nearest petrol pump.
I cannot think of any situation in today's date when that would happen under normal circumstances. Having a can handy at home and using it for that occasional trip to the wilderness makes sense, but having it in the boot all the time....well, at least I don't see any value in that.
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This is a really useful thread....getting all the little things we plan / buy compiled in a single place helps a lot.

Many Thanks for sharing and also for the effort in creating the thread.
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Great thread. I have spent hours on accesories websites exploring various options. You have covered all the important ones. Serves as ready reckoner for anyone trying to make small personal touches to the car. Saves hours of searching!

Just yest I found my sear belts too harsh on my shoulder bone. And voila! Here is the solution in your thread!

Thanks a lot for the meticulous work.
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Well. An excellent thread indeed. After wandering on aliexpress and jazzmyride sites for two days, this is what i have come up with on amazon after the global store was launched. Experts may kindly advise on the quality and price aspects. Should i place the order??
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Well. An excellent thread indeed. After wandering on aliexpress and jazzmyride sites for two days, this is what i have come up with on amazon after the global store was launched. Experts may kindly advise on the quality and price aspects. Should i place the order??
Other than the below item, the prices look OK.

Aeoss Sun Visor Sunglasses Ticket Holder Clip
http://s.aliexpress.com/F3A7J3MN
Price : 24-00
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I recently purchased a Meba Bag from Instamojo.

These bags are made by a fellow TBHPian - patchyboy.

https://www.instamojo.com/Meba/?ref=profile_bar

https://www.instamojo.com/Meba/flexi...ack/?ref=store

https://www.instamojo.com/Meba/flexi...nly/?ref=store

I bought the Flexi bag with the lid.

It got delivered in reasonably quick time (though I felt it could have been faster. Probably, I've been spoilt by how quickly stuff gets shipped nowadays thanks to Amazon).

Apart from that, I cant think of a single negative point.

My views:

The bag is big. It's not small but then I wanted a large bag! The footprint is good for how much it can swallow. It has dividers which you can use to customise the size of the individual partitions. Everything is velcro and doesnt seal very well but works decently.

The bag has a base which is made of velcro. This helps the bag stay in place on a fabric carpet like what is in my car. It doesnt move around when you are driving. This is a very cool feature and after a lot of high speed driving, I can safely it works like a charm.

What I really like it, it has a LOT of space! I used to use a large carton box earlier and just dump everything inside it. Now, I can use the pouches on the sides of the Meba Bag to store some of the smaller items and the larger stuff can be stored inside.

With the lid, it looks a lot better and reduces the dust going inside the bag itself.

The quality and fit and finish of the bag is extremely good and it feels like it can survive a few years in tough conditions.

Overall, I'm extremely happy with this bag and for anyone like me who typically has a bunch of stuff in the boot, this is a must-buy.

I usually keep a bunch of tool kits like an allen key set, a Force Tool Kit, a screwdriver kit, multimeter, puncture repair kit, lots of microfibre cloths, a steel funnel, and so many other things that I dont remember right now.
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