Poweriser PR5070 (50-70 kgs)
Near new condition, very little use, springs still stiff and waiting to be properly used. Springs have been well covered and have no nicks or damage at all. Never fallen.
Purchased in the US and bought home to Aus still boxed. They cost me $500, hand delivered from the US, so I didn't have to pay freight, YAY, as that would have made them $700. $400 for the Bocks only, as arrived in original condition.
I also have: Wrist and elbow protectors
, Black (cost $15) SixSixOne full knee protectors
, Black (cost $90) http://www.sixsixone.com/Catalog_661Bike.aspx?id=ab88a166-cb55-47de-943e-27b9c448e269&product=3afc19a2-aea7-4d36-a318-e33bac211ae7 Snowboarding gel filled, leather toe and ankle straps
. They make the foot more comfortable than the original plastic, are softer, better fitting & more secure (cost $100) Large luggage bag
, big enough to store bocks and all accessories, Olive/tan colour (cost $50) Modified soft knee cuffs
. Home made, still in final design stages. Useable, but need tweaking for final fit. Original knee bar slips out of frame and these slip in, no modification to original bocks needed (cost $50 in parts and many hours of sweat and tears) Knee straps
, to keep those bars up nice and tight for a good secure fit. Pro-tec 'Classic' Helmet
, smaller size. Never dropped or knocked, Matt Black (cost $60) http://www.pro-tec.net/skate/main.html Plus
lots of spare bits and pieces...$500 for Original Bocks, PLUS all the extras listed here.
Pics of the Bocks themselves can be found in this thread on the Poweriser pages -> http://www.poweriserpages.com/forum/bocks_and_customs-t2984.0.html
YouTube video of a friend trying them for the first time here -> http://www.poweriserpages.com/forum/dont_you_just_want_to_cry-t3013.0.html;msg48791;topicseen#msg48791wrasse wrasse.net
or leave a text message on: 0449 983 369Take note, these are genuine Poweriser PR5070, (That's Poweriser with an S. )
Why am I selling ? I am not a spring chicken and when running through a doorway I smacked my hand on the frame and broke a few knuckle bones. Yeap, just by hitting the frame with the back of my hand, and I wasn't even on Bocks !
Anyway, there were complications with the setting and the bone repair took a while. I am only just out of the cast now and I have been warned by the docs against breaking any more bones.
I will be advertising my rock climbing gear on another forum as well, so if anyone is looking for quality rock climbing gear, feel free to contact me about that too.