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Images of items I have purchased (except trainers)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Zefan, 29 Jun 2016.

  1. ChrisD.

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    Which one would you recommend? I've just been trying to find your post in here as I'm sure you linked one.

    My loft hatch is tiny! I also use the box for the drivers door.
     
  2. dLockers

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    I actually got mine from ASDA Living for a fiver :D:p

    I'll let you chose from the Amazon branded ones but they are all a bit of a muchness -
    https://smile.amazon.co.uk/s?k=chimney+starter&ref=nb_sb_noss
     
  3. Simon

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    Garage loft lol. On the rafters. But I guess it makes a good door guard.
     
  4. ChrisD.

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  5. ChrisD.

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    Ah, I did half think that. There's loads up there as it is and it's a great door stop without having to worry about carpet or something else on the wall.

    Although now I've fitted shelving I'm wondering if I should have got some flooring beforehand.
     
  6. robfosters

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    I’ve got the Weber one. It’s awesome.
     
  7. dLockers

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    I'm afraid I'm a double let down here. I bought this one:
    https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000JUHJLY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    (and as you can see from the comments it was well regarded for the 57cm Weber) - but the image is distinctly nothing like the one that is cached in my order profile (August 2017 as it happens so my Weber is 4 years old and looking brand new) so I can't vouch for it - unless the picture is just different.

    It looked similar to this one though...
    https://smile.amazon.co.uk/JIESUO-G...eywords=57cm+bbq+cover&qid=1626815475&sr=8-10
     
  8. ChrisD.

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  9. {SAS}TB

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    Thanks I'll take a look :D


    And another +1 on the Master Touch and Chimney ;)
     
  10. Mason-

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    F&B Scotch Blue.
     
  11. Mason-

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    Hey I’d like to fit shelves at some point. I have a few ideas of how to do it. The problem I have is the alcove on the left is 1500mm wide. Which for floating shelves worries me a bit.

    Are your alcoves similarly wide and if so did you see how (s)he did it? Some I’ve seen are batons fixed to the wall with a frame off the batons then some ply or mdf for the top and bottom. Another I’ve seen people sink rebar into the walls with resin and hang the shelves off those.
     
  12. BallistixOnZ490

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    Because selling alcohol only to adults is very difficult concept to learn or understand.
     
  13. panthro

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    Coincidentally, I've had this machine exactly 2 years and did a memories post on FB saying that it's the best purchase I've made in the last 2 years. You wont be disappointed!
     
  14. {SAS}TB

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    Thanks and loving it so far :D
     
  15. Princey

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  16. Basher

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    Blimey that brings back memories!
     
  17. V F

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    When games actually had dedicated servers. Those were the days.

    Look at the back though, Aureal 3D, Athlon, 3dfx. :D :D
     
  18. LiE

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    Facing worlds, InstaGib, so many fond memories.
     
  19. bJN

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    I know Facing Worlds is the iconic UT map, but personally I always preferred Deck17 and Morpheus (not quite as linear!). But I was also a TDM whore over CTF!
     
  20. Princey

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    Morpheus and Deck16][ with the InstaGib mutator was always my go to, even today.