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  1. 3 hours ago, mach 0.0013137 said:

    Lastly from me...

     

    ETERNA AIRFORCE III,SWISS MADE, Valjoux cal.7750, 25 Jewels

    &  

    Полет Авиатор хронограф, кал.3133, 23 КАМНЯ,  Сделано в России (Poljot Aviator Chronograph, cal.3133, 23 Jewels, Made In Russia).

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    :biggrin:

    That's another (Poljot)  I'll take off your hands when you're ready Mach....:whistle:  


  2. 4 hours ago, Teg62x said:

    I was just looking at a table top bandsaw, are they ok for DIY jobs and medium  size woodwork jobs? 

    That's a Titan brand from Screwfix.It required a fair bit of fettling to set it up plus a replacement Starret blade to get it running well.

    I use it mainly for cutting down 3x2  2x2  2x1  to exact sizes. Very good for shape cutting  too.

    A table circular saw would probably be a better option but this takes up less space and creates way less dust to clean up.

     

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  3. 10 hours ago, Teg62x said:

    I have these in my Shed! Great lights for the money and so cheap to run! 
    I was actually thinking of installing solar panels on the shed roof to run the lights, but that will be a future job now.

    DB90-B5-A1-F2-B0-4-C08-B1-CD-2-ACB238556

    I've just fitted two 4ft LAP under counter LED strips over my end bench in the garage. Very impressed with output for iicrc 15w each.

    A pile of GU10 fittings left over from a kitchen project went in the ceiling with led lamps in them at 4w each.

     

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  4. 15 hours ago, WRENCH said:

    Get the cheapest chain saw chain out of screwfix and knock a rivet out. Make a couple of handles out of an old dog lead and you've got the same thing for around £10. And it works, I've used one for years.

    It could be worth looking around an old army surplus store for a good one. (if they still exist)

    I picked this one up 30 years ago. Don't know what steel is used for the teeth but they are still razor sharp with very little corrosion despite being stored in several

    damp garages.

     

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