Images of items I have purchased (except trainers)

Soldato
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Apologies for potato pic.


Just bought a new (to me) S5. Virtual cockpit, B&O, Matrix LED

Noyce :cool:.


Edit: Wait, is this the Diesel one? I forget Audi's new badging

Bit of a weird one but new windows! Just waiting for the bay sashes to be fitted now which should be next week...

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Next task will be to fix the side render and then its onwards with the fascias, soffits, gutters and downpipes. Still undecided on colour but thinking it will be white soffits and fascias with black gutters and downpipes...

Oh and yes that wall is in need of TLC... :(
Black IMO. Fair play on going sash, much nicer than what your neighbor has.

Wall shouldn't be too big of a job and it'll be epic once done.

That your Polestar?
 
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I'd be interested to hear what sort of range you get in urban and outdoor areas. There are mixed reports about these underachieving the advertised range.
I took mine out yesterday over the sea (with a spotter out at sea of course) and got a mile out and still had 2 bars on the display, didn't want to take it any further as I was flying against the wind on the way back. turns out I still had at least 15 minutes of battery when I returned. Weather hasn't been playing ball since I got my drone so I haven't really had much chance to play. However, I'm pretty certain I would get nowhere near the advertised range! I doubt i'd even get 2 miles out tbh.
 
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OK, just took it out again as it's calm atm. I got out to a mile and a half and still had between 2 and 3 bars on my signal
Hopefully this is something that a firmware update can help with. It has been reported that you can get a better range using the older controller that was used with the Mini 2, as it has an extending antenna.
 
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We returned out Ninja mini oven because which frankly it was crap. So hard to clean that after a few uses it was becoming a fire hazard. Also, being an oven, oven gloves were needed to remove the trays

Ninja Foodi 8-in-1 Flip Mini Oven SP101UK
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Replaced it with this (Ninja Foodi Dual Zone Air Fryer- AF300UK) which arrived today and had to test it. So far fantastic, much better cooking and minimal cleanup
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Raw potatoes, salt, pepper, paprika
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22 mins on 200c air fry, maybe a bit too long for some people but I like my chips crispy!
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Hmm you may have convinced me. Perhaps in the new house.
We thought about a Tefal - ActiFry Genius / ActiFry Genius XL but looking at them in the shops the heating element at the back was huge.
There's a bigger Foodi Dual Zone version but this is perfect for 2, 3 maybe 4 people
 
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We returned out Ninja mini oven because which frankly it was crap. So hard to clean that after a few uses it was becoming a fire hazard. Also, being an oven, oven gloves were needed to remove the trays

Ninja Foodi 8-in-1 Flip Mini Oven SP101UK
bjAZ5LXh.jpg


U2ng94Uh.jpg


Replaced it with this (Ninja Foodi Dual Zone Air Fryer- AF300UK) which arrived today and had to test it. So far fantastic, much better cooking and minimal cleanup
wdwjXIIh.jpg


Raw potatoes, salt, pepper, paprika
wNsoUyuh.jpg


22 mins on 200c air fry, maybe a bit too long for some people but I like my chips crispy!
XWMdNOXh.jpg


iszprgoh.jpg

Looks great.
 
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