Originally Posted by steviefleming
Anyone help identify the plant for me ?.........I was at a BBQ at the weekend and liked it for possibly putting the same into my garden.
Bloody owner didn't know what it was !
Globe artichoke methinks..
Originally Posted by keitht
Already spent out on Lego!!
So an overcast Sunday evening bump and reduction to £80 ( not inc P&P )
Keith, do you ever get close to Stratford on Avon or Oxford? If yes, I'll take it.
Originally Posted by agee
Have you tried John Senior?
Obsolete Watch Parts
Good Luck-I have 2 Cyma WWW-nice everyday watch-all steel large + impressive on the wrist
Thanks!! Im not sure if thats the one I have already tried?
Ill email anyway!!👍🏻
Originally Posted by marcus fenix
The B1/Airwolf is a very easy watch to change the battery on due to the large size of the battery and lack of any complicated securing mechanism on the battery. But if you're going to do it yourself be 100% sure of your abilities because a new module is nearly £800.
What you will need (I also use a case holder for this type of work):
Caseback opener needs to be the right size for the B1, that
Originally Posted by Cool Hand Luke
Another vote for the SoundMagic E10 - really clear, lively and detailed sound - I've got more expensive earphones that are just gathering dust since i got the SoundMagic's about 18 months ago, they really are that good.
My vote as well