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My first reaction was "What the...??!?" My second was "Well maybe..." when I thought about the airflow/cooler factor.

Then I was back to "What the...?!" again....when I saw how the horn was supposed to attach. Any other thoughts on this strap? Anyone actually try it?

I'd think with that many connections/parts there's more potential for problems.


http://cgi.ebay.com/CooLanyard-2-Se...2QQihZ019QQcategoryZ38112QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
 

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That looks like a repair bill waiting to happen.
 

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I like the term 'instrument mooring port'.:D
 

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Aw man, you definitely shouldn't use that strap at any water-side gigs. :shock:
 

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I don't think I'm discrimining enough for it. :-(
 

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Either my daughter has dug out her old craft kit or someone has found a big supply of pop top beer can rings.
 

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I also like your other lanyard offerings.
 

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I have a question: How much weight will the Coolanyard support? Could I trust it for a baritone saxophone or a bass saxophone? Is it long enough for these saxophones? What about bass clarinet? These usually come with two hooks. Any plans on making one with two hook type connections?

I am interested. I just need some more information.

Thanks.
 
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