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reynoldsno1
15th Sep 2005, 20:15
...it's aesthetically interesting as well.... (http://www.trademe.co.nz/structure/auction_detail.asp?id=35253166)

Jerricho
15th Sep 2005, 20:17
RRRrrrrrriiiiiiighttt......

What happens if your banana bends the other way?

HowlingWind
15th Sep 2005, 20:19
I don't see a CE-mark on it...does it meet the EU specs for size and curvature? :E :ooh:

Gingerbread Man
15th Sep 2005, 20:22
You know how it is, you toss and turn all night, wondering how you are going to protect that banana in transit...

A cricket cup works quite well if you're that worried.

Ginger :p

hemac
15th Sep 2005, 20:47
A cricket cup works quite well if you're that worried.

Do you mean a cricket box?

H.

Gingerbread Man
15th Sep 2005, 20:52
I do, yes. I think they might call it a cup in the US. I must have got confused because I speak fluent American ;) .

Cheers

Ginger :D

Onan the Clumsy
15th Sep 2005, 21:18
do mean you verbalize non-race specific English?

Carry0nLuggage
15th Sep 2005, 21:26
From Lakeland, the home of solutions looking for a problem, the same thing in a more suitable colour.

Assuming your banana is yellow not pink.

http://www.lakelandlimited.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/eCS/Store/en/-/GBP/DisplayProductInformation-Start;sid=pNIEYTHWvN5VeHL_QX4PZ5kWHg7lL6Cfy9E=?ProductID=IMX AqAYUbFkAAAEAqJ7YYTvo

tall and tasty
15th Sep 2005, 21:33
But does it come in different sizes?, from what I have heard the standard size of a banana varies across Europe and the world with some countries not allowing them to bent or be too straight.

I love really big ones and let them go brown and spotty for full flavour but I know others like them differently

They may be of use but can't see a man using a pink/yellow ones as they are real girls colours.

TnT :p

HowlingWind
15th Sep 2005, 21:38
They may be of use but can't see a man using a pink one a real girls colour. What, are you saying a real man would want A BIG BLACK ONE? :O :8 :\

djk
15th Sep 2005, 21:49
I thought I'd seen everything when I saw a French Fries holder for cars in the store the other day.. and now they make protectors for bananas :rolleyes:

NZLeardriver
15th Sep 2005, 23:42
Hmm up to $56 now. A little bit cheaper in the UK http://bananaguard-uk.com/

OldCessna
16th Sep 2005, 07:51
Try this one & note the different colours available!

The "FAQ" is worthwhile reading!

http://www.bananaguard.com/

Gingerbread Man
16th Sep 2005, 10:14
Onan - I'm not sure if that's possible, or whether I understand the question :) .

Ginger ;)

Komba
16th Sep 2005, 12:06
Do they vibrate?

Carry0nLuggage
16th Sep 2005, 13:57
"Do they vibrate?"

Isn't nine colours, including glow in the dark, enough?

hemac
16th Sep 2005, 16:23
Q: "Is there a battery attachment?"
A: No. The Banana Guard was designed for its intended purpose only as a device to prevent banana trauma during transport.

That's got to be a pi$$ take!

H.

djk
16th Sep 2005, 16:46
can you order them individually or do they come in bunches?

tilewood
16th Sep 2005, 19:13
My banana-guard slipped out of a tear in my jeans
yesterday whilst I was at Waitrose ' deli-counter.

I tried to explain to the officer but................... :uhoh:

Foss
16th Sep 2005, 22:25
All you need is two apple protectors and you've got the set.
;)