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Images of items I have purchased.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Clov!s, Jan 10, 2014.

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  1. OhEsEcks

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    Gravy / stock / sauce. It's a really intense flavour.
     
  2. OhEsEcks

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    Yay being one of the last areas on a scheduled route \o/

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    New electric screwdriver for doing manly things. Not so manly his and her matching moto g's. Terrorist watch.
     
  3. Tomsk

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    For baby pictures, you'll want a fast start-up after powering on and minimal shutter lag.
     
  4. Edrof

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    Oooh, yum!
     
  5. norm

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    Not even laser etch?
     
  6. The Funktopus

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    New ride.


    OH FOR THE LOVE OF GOD I HAVE RECEIPTS
     
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  7. 'Harry

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    lol

    All that grief for a weeks wage(new). Nice bike RandomFrenchFriend.
     
  8. foster grant

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  9. Janesy B

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    Look at the Fujis, X-E1/2 or X-T1 depending on budget. There's a good choice of great primes and general purpose lenses.
     
  10. Skeeter

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  11. arknor

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    carbon fibre is pretty delicate if any chips or scratches are deep enough to touch the carbon weave under the paint/gloss you're supposed to get them repaired properly
     
  12. Ryan-3

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    Even though it did take the **** and take an hour of frustration to get the firmware update to work...

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    Naos 8200 & Free Ensis pad - seems to lightly scratch the pad a bit, but will give a little review on it in the peripheral forum section later. :)
     
  13. Spook187

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  14. DEL 707

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    Needed cheering up, so I bought myself a comic book

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  15. EdGey

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    :D
     
  16. Cosimo

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    Prime to the rescue:

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  17. Raymond Lin

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    How are Epson printers these days?

    I went through 3 of them during schools, they all end up clog up and unusable. Then switched to Canon back in 2005, still using the same printer today.
     
  18. jak731

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    Picked up last week's eclectic orders from the post office this morning:

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    Car keys are a new addition this month too :)
     
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  19. Ryan-3

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    Rather huge photo ;)

    I have an Epson and it's not too bad. Goes mental if you ask it to do double-sided printing as the A4 paper I use isn't recognised as A4. :confused: Does everything else that it's told to though. HP before it was absolutely solid after six years - and is still working - so it has quite an act to follow. :p
     
  20. bsoltan

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