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Portable Adjuster's Field Desk for Sale
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Leland
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03/20/2013 10:00 AM

    This desk is designed for an adjuster between 5'5 and 6'2. Quick, intuitive setup- no more fumbling around with wrenches or dangerous telescopic legs. Made from 100% recycled materials, so you can work knowing you are helping the environment. Experienced adjusters will recognize the desktop is made of water resistant material. Adjuster seat is priced separately.

    Sorry for putting an ad in the discussion forum, I just don't have any money left after all the motel bills etc.

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    03/20/2013 11:23 AM

    Leland,

    I am on the East Coast. What about shipping costs? I need a total price please. Looking to deploy ASAP, so I need one of these !

    Give them what they want, when they want it, and how they want it !
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    A_Casey
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    03/20/2013 8:23 PM
    I'm getting deployed right now, can you send it overnight to my hotel at ground zero?
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    rwheeling
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    03/21/2013 12:46 AM
    Really??? It appears to be a trash can, piece of drywall and a milk carton.
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    03/22/2013 7:56 PM
    Yeah, but it's "special" drywall.
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    Leland
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    03/23/2013 10:37 AM
    Wow. Rebecca- you really know how to focus like a laser on something's flaws.

    Do I need to point out, this is a "must have" for any CAT adjuster who is serious about investing in their business. This is one of the first things you will need coming out of adjuster school.

    And you might have some concerns about the quality but I would suggest that you look at the value- the desk is very competitively priced. Furthermore it is not available in stores.

    I am working on an improved model that will have more features but I need to track down a portable screw gun first. As soon as I build the prototype I will post photos.

    I am also going to "talk to Chuck" (Deaton, not Schwab) and see if he'll partner with me on a downloadable e-book for adjusters to learn how to make their own equipment.
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    CatAdjusterX
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    03/24/2013 2:36 AM
    Posted By Rebecca on 21 Mar 2013 12:46 AM
    Really??? It appears to be a trash can, piece of drywall and a milk carton.

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    Hence why you make the BIG bucks!!

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    Atfulldraw
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    03/26/2013 12:17 PM
    on large losses, I use a special "mitigation desk"

    very similar to your design, except that I use a dehumidifier (not mine of course) as the base to protect my sensitive electronics.

    still saving up for the chair.

    Rod
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    03/27/2013 2:26 AM
    Posted By Rod on 26 Mar 2013 12:17 PM
    on large losses, I use a special "mitigation desk"

    very similar to your design, except that I use a dehumidifier (not mine of course) as the base to protect my sensitive electronics.

    still saving up for the chair.

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    I thought I would save a few bucks and order that custom desktop from China. Bad idea

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    Catmandale
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    03/28/2013 11:20 AM
    Leland,

    As I am only 5'3'' tall, so this model won't work for me.

    Can you suggest any modifications I could make that would not void your warranty? Or do you plan other models for compact adjusters such as myself?

    Dale
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    etstorm
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    03/29/2013 8:55 AM
    From the design, it appears that to modify this desk without damaging its integrity you would be required to stack two milk crates for the chair.
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    Leland
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    04/01/2013 2:07 PM
    Check out this model. And while you're at it, look at the new desk, too. Somebody stole the chair on the last version and threw out the desk top. So its back to the drawing board.
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    Leland
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    04/01/2013 2:31 PM
    Attn. Chuck Deaton, adjuster extraordinaire- did you see this sentence above:

    "From the design, it appears that to modify this desk without damaging its integrity you would be required to stack two milk crates for the chair."

    Isn't this a dangling participle that you should never use in a narrative report about a claim when doing reports?

    I know you are a stickler for good writing being that you are the older generation writing reports on claims a lot.

    Maybe you can comment on this the grammar.

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    AcceleratedAdjuster
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    04/02/2013 6:58 AM
    Posted By Leland on 01 Apr 2013 02:07 PM
    Check out this model. And while you're at it, look at the new desk, too. Somebody stole the chair on the last version and threw out the desk top. So its back to the drawing board.

    I see you made the chair much more efficient. Now, the adjuster can multitask.

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    ChuckDeaton
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    04/02/2013 9:14 AM
    Leland, most adjusters do not make the connection between the 55 - 60% fee split and limitations associated with dangling participles.....................LOL
    "Prattling on and on about being an ass with experience doesn't make someone experienced. It just makes you an ass." Rod Buvens, Pilot grunt
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    CatAdjusterX
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    04/02/2013 7:39 PM
    Posted By ChuckDeaton on 02 Apr 2013 09:14 AM
    Leland, most adjusters do not make the connection between the 55 - 60% fee split and limitations associated with dangling participles.....................LOL

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    The way I see it, if you offer a "Dangling Participle" Certification and charge $399.00 USD with a guaranteed pass clause, lots of our newly licensed brethren would become intimately aware of the highly regarded DPC designation (Dangling Participle Certified)

     

     

    Robby Robinson DPC 

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    04/02/2013 7:40 PM

    Posted By Leland on 01 Apr 2013 02:07 PM
    Check out this model. And while you're at it, look at the new desk, too. Somebody stole the chair on the last version and threw out the desk top. So its back to the drawing board.

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    This new model leaves something to be desired. I am partial to the 2011 model with the integrated cup holder



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    04/05/2013 1:07 AM

    Posted By Leland on 01 Apr 2013 02:31 PM
    Attn. Chuck Deaton, adjuster extraordinaire- did you see this sentence above:

    "From the design, it appears that to modify this desk without damaging its integrity you would be required to stack two milk crates for the chair."

    Isn't this a dangling participle that you should never use in a narrative report about a claim when doing reports?

    I know you are a stickler for good writing being that you are the older generation writing reports on claims a lot.

    Maybe you can comment on this the grammar.

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    Leland, would you give me a call? Want to know how your NY trip and your protégé worked out. Further I want your thoughts on a couple of things (541) 450-4718

    I no longer have your number stored as my son decided to help out and do some laundry and my phone was in my jeans and well, you get the idea...



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    AcceleratedAdjuster
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    04/05/2013 10:28 AM
    Posted By CatAdjusterX on 05 Apr 2013 01:07 AM


    I no longer have your number stored as my son decided to help out and do some laundry and my phone was in my jeans and well, you get the idea...


    If you wish to send me your client list and roster, I would be happy to keep a record on file for you :)


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    04/05/2013 1:45 PM
    If you wish to send me your client list and roster, I would be happy to keep a record on file for you :)


    A classic example of the high ethical standards of many of the new IA firms …



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