Cap orders still being taken


Two days ago I wrote

Well, we’ve gone and done it.  After years of readers begging (complaining!) that they wanted to have some branded Whaleoil gear, we’re doing our first run.

This one is to work the bugs out of the system, so a little tolerance if there are any glitches will be appreciated.

If you want to own one (or more) of the above collectors items, they are $35 each, including GST and delivery.

To place your order, go to the order page.

Orders are still accepted, so if you didn’t see this on Tuesday, here’s your chance to order your Whaleoil cap.


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