Images of items I have purchased (except trainers)

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A decent guide of the device and firmware comparison.

I just went with this one in white (wanted to save that £1 compared to transparent).


Use code 5honey6 for £6.50 off.

If it's good I will get one for my niece for Christmas.

That's the one. You'll definitely be getting another for your niece :D

2.8" screen and HD?

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Does look cool though, I'd buy one but have retro consoles on my car's large nav screen (android powered) instead and play that way :p

Totally a small device, I use mine for throwing in my pocket. It's not a HD screen though, it's 640x480, matches perfectly the aspect ratio the older TV connected consoles, so they look great. GBA still looks decent though, especially with Onion firmware on.
 
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£29.99 (5.99/litre) versus what must be £20/litre for Quick Detailer. For those who forget to "stop and think" during car washing... do stop and think. It is an activity you're highly likely to do frequently so nipping to Halfords can end up costing a small fortune!
 
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Giving latex inner tubes a try. I've read they are a little more resistant to punctures, at four times the cost, they really need to be!

Also, although they aren't needed just yet, I like to have my next set of tyres ready especially when they're rather scarce these days...

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Is it weird to comment how... cool(?) the latex feels? :cool:
 
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Or £0/litre if you just use hot soapy water and be less precious about ones car :p
I mean of all things to use, dish soap is definitely not one of them :cry:

Point taken tho.

Inflation has hit the polski washes now and makes it a good pay back! Think my local Morrisons is almost 20 quid for an in/out wash. I earn less per hour!
 
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Picked up a brand new sealed original Fold. Had one in the past, as well a Fold2, and Fold 3 and despite all it's early design flaws I feel it has a charm that it's successors lack, and it was a spec beast at the time so still holds it's own.

Also actually prefer the smaller screen, find it ideal for one handed use.

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Giving latex inner tubes a try. I've read they are a little more resistant to punctures, at four times the cost, they really need to be!

Also, although they aren't needed just yet, I like to have my next set of tyres ready especially when they're rather scarce these days...

mNvTFbt.jpg


3Ei77lw.jpg


Is it weird to comment how... cool(?) the latex feels? :cool:
Latex does feel amazing. :p
 
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