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RE: Ice time-locks - Like Ra - 12 Apr 2009 09:11
(11 Apr 2009 23:17 )binaryfreedom Wrote: grr I so need one of these! The commercial one doesn't come close in justifying the $200 price tag...Absolutely. $200 is a rip off.
(11 Apr 2009 23:17 )binaryfreedom Wrote: Such a pity that I don't have the skills to construct something as simple as this!! lol I wish someone can make me one and I'll pay for itProbably you never tried ;-) It's not that difficult. To simplify things further you can replace the ring part with a rope loop.
(11 Apr 2009 23:17 )binaryfreedom Wrote: about your http://www.likera.com/sb/time/ice-padlock2.php
That would indeed. It did not when I tested it. On the other hand, see this post. So, if you are completely immobile (and can't shake the bottle with your bound hands) I would advise to use a less risky method or to find a bottle with a wider bottleneck.
RE: Ice time-locks - doubleflash - 12 Apr 2009 20:00
I have tried Ra's design, but used a light chain instead of nylon cord. The chain can and does get stuck. When it does, it is a big problem. Fortunately, I was able to unscrew one pipe cap. But, if I had not been able to reach the ice lock, I would have been in serious trouble.
I haven't had any trouble with nylon cord, not doubled. Currently, I'm using 3mm braided nylon. Example: http://www.rei.com/product/784296 .
RE: Ice time-locks - Like Ra - 12 Apr 2009 20:37
(12 Apr 2009 20:00 )doubleflash Wrote: I have tried Ra's design, but used a light chain instead of nylon cord.
Binaryfreedom was talking about a different design: http://www.likera.com/sb/time/ice-padlock2.php
(12 Apr 2009 20:00 )doubleflash Wrote: The chain can and does get stuck. When it does, it is a big problem.
And you mean this one, right? - http://www.likera.com/sb/time/ice-padlock3.php
I would not use chain here.
(12 Apr 2009 20:00 )doubleflash Wrote: I haven't had any trouble with nylon cord, not doubled. Currently, I'm using 3mm braided nylon. Example: http://www.rei.com/product/784296 .
Yes, please DO NOT double it. Or it MAY get entangled. Actually, the bigger the hole and the shorter the cord - the less chance it gets stuck. You can test it by twisting the already inserted cord and trying to pull it out. I could NOT make NOT doubled cord stuck whatever I tried. Of course, if you make a knot on the other side ... ;-)
BTW, I have another design in my mind. It will be a bit bigger but on the same time even more reliable.
RE: Ice time-locks - Uncle - 07 Dec 2009 21:18
Seen as i finally ordered a pile of stuff off of ebay and will be making something like one of these.
I'm going to try something a little smaller though. I'll let you know how i get on and add pictures too.
RE: Ice time-locks - Like Ra - 08 Dec 2009 15:38
Yes, please! That would be interesting!
RE: - paul knight - 12 May 2011 20:15
(02 Oct 2007 05:15 )doubleflash Wrote: This a sweet lock, Ra!
Next time I have a cup of tea from a van, i will try puting water in the cup with lid on and freeze it. I know those cups keep the tea hot for ages so should keep ice as ice a long time too cheers, Paul
RE: Ice time-locks - madjack - 16 Jul 2012 12:45
A long overdue update to this thread...
Looks like this could be a much more affordable pre-built ice-lock for those who's DIY is not up to making one.
RE: Ice time-locks - Like Ra - 20 Jul 2012 23:15