Are you the type of geocacher who instead of saying "someone should do something about this" tends to step and say "I'm going to do something about this"? If you are, then you probably do cache maintenance out on the geocaching trail. If you do, we have put together a group of some commonly needed supplies at a very special price just for you!
This official kit comes with all the items you need, plus a handy Condor Pocket Pouch! The items include:
- Condor Pocket Pouch- Black
- 10 - Micro Log Strips
- 10 - Nano Log Strips
- 4 - Small Geocaching Pencils
- 2 - Official Small RITR All Weather Logbooks
- 1 - Geocaching Pencil Sharpener
- 5 - Small Sealable Bags
- 5 - Medium Sealable Bags
- Geocaching Logo Velcro Patch
Get your Cache Maintainance Kit today, and start leaving your favorite geocaches even better than you found them!
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Regular Price: $19.42
Special Price: $15.54
Great Grab Bag Review by RCWard
Value Quality Price
Several of the items I've had already, but the bag itself was worth it so that I had something to keep it all organized so I don't have to go searching all through my bag to find whatever I'm looking for. I didn't really need the pencils, as I don't like using them and would rather use a pen, but the spot in the carrier is good for other things. I use the velco area for my trackable patch when I don't have my backpack with me to put it on and the pouch is good to carry a couple of my geocoins that I occasionally travel with. Overall very useful carrier and organizer.
RCWard (Posted on 4/27/16)
Excellent bag! Review by Suzthejeweler
Quality Price Value
OK, so I'll admit, I had some of the items inside already (pencils, some logs, baggies) but it was the bag coupled with the sale price that sold me! I looked up the bag on the maker's website - you can even put an mp3 player in the fold down Velcro vinyl pouch! It came with an olive green American flag patch Velcroed to the front, which I switched for the travel bug patch, also attached with Velcro. I can stash all of my repair items in the bag, and even my pocket knife and screwdriver. (Posted on 7/24/15)