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Images of items I have purchased.

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

  1. AndyCr15

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    Bought specifically for when cycling with others. The times I'm alone I can listen to things, when chatting, I can stop and my ears are free to listen to my friends. Definitely not a lot of bass, but podcasts sound really good.
     
  2. Dis86

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    Why would you have earphones in whilst cycling? That's just begging for an accident!
     
  3. crinkleshoes

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    Cyclist vermin :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
     
  4. AndyCr15

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    Yes, that's why I bought the bone conducting ones pictured, so ears are open and listening.
     
  5. Dis86

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    Are they that effective and not distracting though?
     
  6. AndyCr15

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    I listen to stuff in my car and I don't think I get distracted by that. (Que huge argument about that I'm sure!) Effective? How do you mean? As said, Podcasts sound really good.
     
  7. mjt

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    Yeah I don’t get people who use headphones in the car. Fix ur radio M9
     
  8. {SAS}TB

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    Somewhat sweeping generalisation .....

    Based on what when you have never met me ?

    Bigot much ?
     
  9. mjt

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    Lol. Overreaction much? I suspect it was a joke..
     
  10. AndyCr15

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    What has that to do with this?! :p No-one suggested wearing headphones in a car! I would agree, that's not a good idea.
     
  11. {SAS}TB

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    I suspect not

    But if we're playing that game, who's to say my post isn't ?
     
  12. Dis86

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    Sorry, by effective I meant in not taking your mind off trying to dodge idiotic drivers.
     
  13. AndyCr15

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    Like I say, is it different to listening to the radio in the car in that respect?
     
  14. mjt

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    I put 2 and 2 together to make 89. Apologies.

    Double bluff?
     
  15. {SAS}TB

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    As a minimum ....
     
  16. Maccapacca

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    Leather hot pants and kitten heels

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  17. {SAS}TB

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    Cyclist vermin


    Oh, no, wait .......
     
  18. Plec

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    Shouldn't this be in the fetish forum? :D
     
  19. Ninco!

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    Macca, Just out of interest, why do your leathers have the fibre Fibular padding? Genuinely curious.
     
  20. Maccapacca

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    It's for the knee sliders I'd only ever scuff up on door frames