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    So, wandered into (or rather was allowed into)...

    So, wandered into (or rather was allowed into) the empty Rolex boutique on Bond street this afternoon, unshaven, wearing my Prairie Doggin' T-shirt and looking decidedly undesirable, while the 8...
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    Love the black dial Exp II and also love the...

    Love the black dial Exp II and also love the BLNR, more so than the green GMT hand version, but sadly out of my price range. Which suggests I should go Exp II :)
  3. I remember when he joined the forum and lasted 5...

    I remember when he joined the forum and lasted 5 minutes. I tried to watch one of his videos and couldn't. Not for me.
  4. Thread: new door locks

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    Yes, they were very easy to fit and the added...

    Yes, they were very easy to fit and the added security they offer really made me feel a lot safer. You get 3 keys and can order additional spares at the time of ordering the locks plus you get a card...
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    Some very nice designs, extremely well built and...

    Some very nice designs, extremely well built and I even bought one, a SM500 when they were 50% off, but nice as it was I sold it on and have never regretted it. As someone mentioned previously, I...
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    I had Euro cylinders in my old place and after...

    I had Euro cylinders in my old place and after the Watchdog programme (I think) where they showed how easy it is to break in, I ordered these from this site and fitted them myself - took 15 mins and...
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    GMT II C or Explorer II 42mm?

    As per an earlier thread of mind, these two are currently in the running for a future purchase as an everyday, do everything watch that I will actually enjoy wearing rather than just buying and...
  8. Thread: Aargh- Parents!

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    I'm 32, my mum is 70 and my aunt, who is like a...

    I'm 32, my mum is 70 and my aunt, who is like a second mum, is 73 and while I know they should still hopefully have at least a decade left each, I am extremely close to both of them, especially my...
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    Well, a link is a good way to start, and maybe...

    Well, a link is a good way to start, and maybe some information...
    http://www.hoptroff.com

    ETA: 5000 for a quartz watch?
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    The one for sale on SC was 5950 and I've not seen them for less than about 5600 used :(
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    I think it looks great but it's 2k more so not an option sadly
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    No need to apologise! I agreed with the first...

    No need to apologise! I agreed with the first Rolex being a Sub so that's why I bought one :) Had it for a while and moved it on, but did enjoy it. I love the black and blue GMT II C but 2k more for...
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    Already did the 16610 a few years ago so have...

    Already did the 16610 a few years ago so have free reign now :)
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    Because I feel like maybe I do, but I'm not sure, especially as I've never actually spent that much on a watch before. Want something nice that ticks all the boxes and that I will enjoy wearing every...
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    I was under the impression that, unless you are planning to work, you need a shed load of money for NZ to let you in if you plan to retire there. I could be miles out, but thought that's along the...
  16. Was leaning that way, seems hard to beat for the...

    Was leaning that way, seems hard to beat for the money. As for shiny new, well am experimenting on a budget and after chatting with a photographer friend who suggested I get one decent, budget...
  17. Thanks for the pointer, will have a go, but...

    Thanks for the pointer, will have a go, but camera definitely has the fault where the secondary mirror doesn't fold out of the way completely and it's not going to be worth paying to fix.
  18. Agreed. After 5 years in a slightly rough town in...

    Agreed. After 5 years in a slightly rough town in Kent in my first house, I moved to a lovely quite little village in Kent around a year ago, which I love, and am close to London for friends and...
  19. Low budget used DSLR advice - Canon 400d, 450d or 500d?

    I rescued a Canon 300D from work that was unceremoniously being thrown out and got all excited about finally having a DSLR. One charger, memory card and shiny new lens later I discover that the...
  20. So, if the UK is going down the pan, where do you go?

    You tend to hear a lot about how bad this country is getting, rightly or wrongly, but where are you meant to go? I am almost certain it is a case of the grass being greener but was curious to see...
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    Glad this thread is still going, was just...

    Glad this thread is still going, was just thinking about it the other day but can't now remember what disgusting food I was craving/eating at the time.
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    1 Series is the daily, this is currently being...

    1 Series is the daily, this is currently being driven to and from workshops and various other places as the project slowly begins to gather steam but once I have the wheels, brakes and exhaust sorted...
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    I'm the editor of Performance BMW and have spent...

    I'm the editor of Performance BMW and have spent 10 years writing about BMWs so have well and truly sold my soul to the blue and white roundel :) I do like the LS but this shall make a fine project...
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    Well the one in my 840Ci was fine at 130k and...

    Well the one in my 840Ci was fine at 130k and this one is pretty darn healthy right now :) (touch wood)
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    A nice watch. Or a 4.4-litre V8 wrapped up in an E39 5 Series with 118k miles, lashings of wood and aubergine leather :wink-new:

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v76/Belphegor/030_zps5fcaf70f.jpg...
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