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Guardrail nut 3d printed geocache with log – ready to be hidden!

(4 customer reviews)

د.م.4.99

SKU: 1537672904 Category:

This is a unique custom-designed geocaching container. You won’t find anything like it anywhere on the internet!

The container is a functional nut that fits any standard US guardrail bolt (5/8 in, or 15.8 mm). The log is kept in a compartment inside the nut that can be accessed only after it’s unscrewed from the bolt.

As an active geocacher and hider myself (9000+ found and 400+ hidden) I always consider the practicality and longevity of my designs for real life geocaching. Here are some features:

• My designs are sturdy and can withstand some anxious geocachers trying to quickly get to the log!

• I use high quality plastic. The container will endure being opened and closed countless times.

• The plastic is tough enough to withstand the elements, be it heat or freeze, to make a hide that will last for years.

• I make my logs from rite-in-the-rain paper. It’s a very durable material that ensures the log will last a long time.

I can say this container performs very well out in the open. The log stays dry despite rains and humidity of South East Texas. The container itself is UV-resistant and doesn’t deteriorate even in the blazing sun of the south.

I own several geocaches with this container and it performs very well in the open. The log stays dry despite rains and humidity of South East Texas.

4 reviews for Guardrail nut 3d printed geocache with log – ready to be hidden!

  1. Eileen

    Super sneaky! This is a fun hide. The item arrived quickly and was well made. Thanks for adding to my geocaching fun.

  2. Cheryl Sorensen

    Really great item and received several compliments when I showed in the cub scout pack introduction to geocaching! Can’t wait to hide in the wild!

  3. Timothy Kemberling II

    Such a unique geocache, I already got at least one fav point from it. My fav Etsy seller currently and will be back for more items

  4. Joel

    I wish I had more guard rails in my town so I can buy more!

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