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Images of items I have purchased (except trainers)

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

  1. Acrotomophilia

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  2. Semple

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    :cry: I was looking all over to find that.
     
  3. Kei

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    Hakko FR-301 de-soldering tool and a Wera T bar set.
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  4. DXP55

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    I love Wera tools - The only thing I don't like about them is I dirty the handles with my grubby hands. :)
     
  5. hughtrimble

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    Wera, Wiha and Knipex. The holy trinity of readily available excellent quality hand tools.
     
  6. olivier renault

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    It's nice.

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  7. haaammit

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    Location: On the Wagon-East Angular

    Some crimps, housings, braided sheaths, crimpers, oh my! Plus a few other case mod bits, including a 5" screen,...

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  8. montymint

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  9. {SAS}TB

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    Tortoise table and accessories

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  10. mrk

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    A win and a lose, had to replace a Hue dimmer switch control and seems they have updated the styling. What's nice is the finish is no longer cheap glossy plastic, now nice matte finished and feels a bit sturdier.

    The lose part is the shape is different so it doesn't fit on the old magnetic wall bracket.

    Think I preferred the old button layout too having a dedicated on and off button rather than a combo one with the Hue button cycling modes/scenes.

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  11. FlapR

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    I like him. More updates and pictures in the future I hope. I will call him Bob in the mean time.
     
  12. {SAS}TB

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    Will do :D
     
  13. Bigpig

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    Hobby light :)[​IMG]
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  14. Reuben klang

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    Big wipes
     
  15. savagesam117

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    Happy birthday to meee (for yesterday)

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  16. Captain

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    Happy 16th!
     
  17. DXP55

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    Just googled them -Impressed. - A trip to toolstation is on the list.

    ps - been to Toolstation and those wipes work a treat -nice clean green handles again.
     
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  18. Martynt74

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  19. {SAS}TB

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    A canvas print of a painting by my mother in law

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    And put up in the kitchen

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  20. 200sols

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    Mother in law has talents.