Thanks for the edits, sorry for the silly mistakes.
All edits made except for the Listed Weight. New file uploaded to site and test version deleted.
Already getting lots of use out of these and looking forward to using them on Mt Adams in 10 days!
See you for the FR,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Andrew Buskov" <rescue@...> wrote:
> Here are your edits. As usual;
> EDIT: Change me
> Edit: Think about changing me
> Comment: Everything else
> Nice report. Look forward to seeing our FR.
> > Test series by David Wilkes
> EDIT: You have a link here, but it doesn't appear to be pointing to anything. Is it
> > Torso: 19"(48 cm)
> EDIT: Add space before (, also as you use in throughout the rest of your report,
> Please change it to in here as well instead of ".
> > to me. My current pack is around 30 lbs (14 kg), not including consumables.
> EDIT: As per the Survival Guide, please put some information in as to your sleeping
> arrangements: Tent, Hammock, Shelter.
> > Weight:
> > Listed: [not listed]
> EDIT: as there is no listed weight per Julbo, you need not list it here.
> > Measured 1.4 oz (39 g) without case 4.1 oz (116 g) with case
> Edit: Reads weird, I suggest comma as such: " without case, 4.1 oz (116 g)"
> > Dementions:
> EDIT: Dimensions please, not Dementions
> > Frame Width 5.5 in (144 mm)
> > Temple (hinge to tip) 4.5 in (114 mm)
> EDIT: Remove extra space before 4.5
> > the part of the glasses attached to the sides of the frames and extending over
> EDIT: Remove extra space between frames & and.
> > larger size sunglasses, and these seem to fit my face. The second thing I
> Edit: Reads weird, suggest "larger size of sunglasses"
> > that I can purchase replacement or different lenses for the Contest frames via
> EDIT: Remove extra space between different & lenses
> > phone or PayPal.
> > Julbo offers a 30 day refund/exchange policy on all their products in the event
> > the purchaser is not satisfied with the product.
> Edit: you have an extra line return here. Is this intentional?
> > and BackpackGearTest.org for the opportunity to test these poles.
> EDIT: Didn't think these were poles.. thought they were glasses.
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