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Images of items I have purchased.

Discussion in 'GD Archive' started by Zefan, Dec 11, 2014.

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  1. ThaReaperGuy

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    Wrong thread.
     
  2. sHo0sH

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    It's a clone, there's no way I would spend the money on the originals.

    I got this one on Aliexpress for about £22, there is a better titanium clone on eBay for about £100 too.
     
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  4. hughtrimble

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    Interestingly, some of the higher priced clones (not branded fakes) are actually made in exactly the same factory as the CKF version. Just unbranded, not assembled in Russia, and sold at about a 10th of the cost.

    It's rather put me off the CKF brand!
     
  5. bsoltan

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  6. danoliver1

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    My ultra wides box wouldn't have fitted in your boot. :D
     
  7. JRJ

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    Sorry must have missed this, I really like it. I bought the 2 just as the original 3 was being released and it did what I what I wanted but I was always looking at the prices of the 3 coming down and thinking I should do a swap, my 2 started playing up charging and Amazon offered me a refund, I also got a good deal on the 3 HR but on preorder so had to wait about 5 weeks for delivery.

    I wasn't looking for a full blown smartwatch, I needed grid refs and compass for work so this suited my needs nicely, the screen isn't as good as a colleagues Apple watch but it suits the type of watch it is, widgets, apps and watch faces are good and there's new stuff arriving weekly in the Garmin IQ Store.

    Its also a lot more manly looking :D
     
  8. MatsyLR

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    Wanted a small knife to put on my keys (this is uk legal) just so I have something to open stuff with instead of using sheer force with my key to open stuff.
    Got this for £1.35, its quite sharp, cuts through paper cleanly.

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  9. Nabzlfc

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    Nice! Got a link?
     
  10. hughtrimble

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    Victorinox Classic would give you many more tools in a similarly slim and knife-laden package...and wouldn't look like a toy.

    Potential issue with the key knife being a disguised knife, but the slightly exposed blade may mean it doesn't qualify as that.
     
  11. Phate

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    Is this your new razor? :D
     
  12. MatsyLR

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    http://www.gearbest.com/edc-tools/pp_333377.html took about 10 days to arrive.

    And hughtrimble, its all metal and less than 10x the cost, the "toy" comment is largly down to opinion. Sure one of those Victorinox would be better if you need the extra tools on it, but if you just need a simple knife for cutting packaging, then its just extra bulk. Also theres no issue of its being a disguised knife I asked a member of the family who's in the police, the exposed blade is enough to make it legal.
     
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  13. marc2003

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    128GB for the phone. :)

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  14. Freefaller

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    Yup! Should last a couple of weeks before needing a new one now! :d
     
  15. Throrik

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    I thought you just hugged things to death FF.
     
  16. Freefaller

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    Wanted a chainsaw for the zombie apocalypse but this will have to do for now! :p
     
  17. wez130

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    Yet another holiday, that'll be 4 holidays abroad this year now :D

    (well 6 if you include Sydney & Dubai at the beginning of this year on the way back from NZ which was technically last year.

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    This time we're off to Ibiza for the closing parties in September to break up the long stay at home between France in 4 weeks and NZ again in January.

    It's a hard life! :p
     
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    flies deserve to live too
     
  20. hughtrimble

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    Interesting. Can you provide measurements of its thickness, width at widest point and length?
     
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