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hiking de-webber

Eliminates the web in the face problem.
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Do you often lead when hiking? Perhaps you are taller than your hiking partners? Tired of getting webbed all the time?

Device available in two models:

Hat mounted: Hangs a 12 inch clear plastic rod 18 inches in front of your face.

Belt/pack mounted: a clear plastic rod extends at an angle up from your belt and is supported by lines running back to your shoulded straps.

Both models will offer the convenience of hands-free removal of spider webs in your path.

rbl, Jul 16 2002

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       sounds just like my garden rbl. soon! BTW : am picturing you - looking like spiderman!
po, Jul 16 2002
  

       I lead, and I am the tallest... I have found that a tall walking stick works quite well, and letting branches snap back into the faces of those following is reward enough for eating spiderwebs missed by the stick.. Croissant for another camping supply that I'll have to go buy now!
Mr Burns, Jul 16 2002
  

       And a stylish urban model for walking through tree-lined areas at night. Croissant.
calum, Jul 16 2002
  

       // Belt/pack mounted: a clear plastic rod extends at an angle up from your belt and is supported by lines running back to your shoulded straps. //   

       Ummm.... Is that a de-webber on your belt, or are you just happy to see me?
BigBrother, Jul 16 2002
  

       How about a similar device for when you have to ambulate through web-laden corridors in your home or garage?
polartomato, Jul 18 2002
  

       A REAL light sabre duct-taped to your head would work well.
waugsqueke, Jul 18 2002
  
      
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