Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

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Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by Metalscobes666 » Thu Sep 12 2019 20:29

A review of the Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet.

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Re: Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by Slug » Fri Sep 13 2019 07:45

Nice one 👍
Just bought one from amazon £35.42 last one in stock though!
Don’t know if I’ll take it out with me as I tend to travel light but good for keeping a stock at home that’s easy to see what you have.

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Re: Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by Metalscobes666 » Fri Sep 13 2019 08:31

Slug wrote:
Nice one 👍
Just bought one from amazon £35.42 last one in stock though!
Don’t know if I’ll take it out with me as I tend to travel light but good for keeping a stock at home that’s easy to see what you have.
I tend to load the van up for all occasions and fish out of the van so I've the two of them in the van if I arrive somewhere and I don't need to go heavy I've got the stuff sitting in the van ready to go, same as if I arrive and I fancy throwing a lure about I've the stuff there.

The only stuff I don't tend to carry in the van is the bivvy stuff as it takes a wee bit of planning to get a bivvy session sorted beforehand.
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Re: Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by BillCollins » Fri Sep 13 2019 09:15

This wallet looks to be Quantum's take on the previous Fox and Sanger efforts, just a bit longer. I've had both and went back to the rig bins.

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Re: Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by Slug » Fri Sep 13 2019 09:16

Been watching the fox ones on eBay for a couple years now but couldn’t bring myself to pay £40+ for a second hand one. I use small round Tupperware boxes at the moment works quite well for my needs but never know what’s what until I untangle them take them out. I end up carrying 2-3 of them anyway so not really saving much space. Rig bins are a pain in the a**e.

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Post by BillCollins » Fri Sep 13 2019 10:02

I never had much problem with the bins as long as you wind the traces in opposite directions , at least they're light and one holds more than enough for a day.

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Re: Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by Bob Watson » Fri Sep 13 2019 10:16

I have the fox evo' version, now redundant, also has a broken zip.

I never have problems with the old E45 cream tub and pipe lagging.

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Re: Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by Metalscobes666 » Fri Sep 13 2019 10:53

I know Fox used to do something similar back in the day when fox did good gear, the reason I like the trace wallet is I'm keeping the traces in one straight line, I found the rig bin especially with heavier wires left the trace coiled up.

I can remember the first rig tube I had was a pringles tube wrapped in gaffer tape with pipe lagging inside it way back in the day and it worked, well until the water got to the pringles tube and it went to bits, the fox one I gave away yesterday was one of 3 I had 2 of them the little plastic hook things half of them had snapped off and the plastic tubes were more arlidite glue and gaffer tape than anything else.

Granted 40 notes is a lot to lay out for a trace wallet but I'm looking at it thinking well I shouldn't have to glue it back together or wrap it in gaffer tape to hold it together. I think its good quality gear and so far it's doing a good job.
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Re: Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by Slug » Fri Sep 13 2019 11:34

The quantum carryall looks good with the detachable freezer bag on top. My similar Korum roving one will need replacing soon and they only do the roving rucksack now.

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Re: Quantum Mr Pike Trace Wallet

Post by Mattjb » Fri Sep 13 2019 11:43

Tupperware beaker with lid with a piece of pipe lagging inside does the job for me. Takes up less room in the bag than a proper rig bin.

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