Price increase at Eastman Leather

Discussion in 'Reproduction manufacturers' started by Lorenzol, Mar 28, 2018.

  1. Persimmon

    Persimmon Well-Known Member

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    A lovely machine indeed. Sadly borrowed.
    If it was mine I would think about selling it now.
    What with these latest jacket price increases I might be able to buy with the proceeds as many as 2 or 3 Eastman jackets !!!
     
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  2. CBI

    CBI Well-Known Member

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    I can do both and do sometimes, fly with the correct jacket.
     
  3. Smithy

    Smithy Well-Known Member

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    Fantastic photos! My dear old Dad did his initial flight training on a Tiggie with the RNZAF and he absolutely loved them.
     
  4. johnwayne

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    Alan, is that the TM based at Duxford? A mate and I intend getting up there maybe this summer and giving it a go and yes I'd for sure wear one of my jackets! So far I've been up in a DC3, Harvard (ANJ3) and DH Rapide, ironically sans flight jacket!! 3 Eastman's or slightly less will get you a 30 minute spin in a Mk 9 Spitfire as I'm sure you know and from what I gather is just awesome and something I really intend to do, sooner rather than later.
     
  5. Carl

    Carl Well-Known Member

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    Is that before or after stoppages Ken ? ;)
     
  6. Ken at Aero Leather

    Ken at Aero Leather Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure, I got the figure from HM Gov site so I'd imagine before stopages but it'll be whatever spin they want to put on the figure
     
  7. Carl

    Carl Well-Known Member

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    Hells teeth !! I must be on a low wage then as a tradesman ! :mad:
     
  8. Ken at Aero Leather

    Ken at Aero Leather Well-Known Member

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    Average is totally distorted by the ludicrous wages many Chief Executives are paying themselves these days.

    Take 1000 workers on £20,000 a year, add in a Chief Exec on £23,000,000 and the "Average" wageof the 1001 jumps to over £23300 a year
     
  9. Carl

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    Dont get me started on the "Fat Cat" thing Ken !! :mad:
     

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