It did and I've seen more than one on here, hence the comment.
I bet you're good at Operation.
Both good calls actually, thanks.
I’m not a gamer but I play one on the web.
Is Italy now the 51st state?
Probably, see https://www.lfgss.com/comments/16644501/incontext/
Are there same day cargo bike courier services in London I can use in a personal capacity? Apart from pedal.me. Need to send some things to my partner in hospital and would really rather not use an Uber.
Nothing against pedal me, they just don’t have any availability
You could try Neko.
Thanks. Unfortunately according to their website they don’t go up to me in Hornsey, nor down as far as Fulham
they don’t go up to me in Hornsey, nor down as far as Fulham
I'd be surprised if anybody did, it doesn't seem like a cargo bike would have any comparative advantage over a van on that trip.
Considering it's only £12, it seems foolish to try and save any cash on it. "Galvanised for rust-free maintenance" Sounds ideal for a winter bike tbh. Thanks!
Very durable, incredibly ugly.
A common combo.
Which could be said of most of us....
Got the second part down, hang fire on the first…
Have I got the only bedside table in existence that used pulls with 49mm between centre holes? Like this, but 49/50mm rather than 76mm
Exquisite steampunk handbag
Are you just trying to avoid drilling more holes?
wouldn't a handle with wider spacing cover the old holes anyway.
The measurements you've given are very similar to 2in or 3in spacing which makes me think perhaps they are both somewhat standard. I don't have enough experience of this type of handle to give you a definitive answer though.
I have a lamp bulb like this picture (push in), except it says "105ma". I want one that is half as bright please, what is it called?
Afaik mA is milliamps which is power draw.
Light is measured in Lumens which usually coincides with watts, unless we're talking LEDs.
Is there a Lumens rating on the box?
I only have the bulb 😑
240A x 0.192A gives ~ 45W which sounds reasonable for a lightbulb (non-LED) so half that I'd guess (be aware there's a reasonable chance of some significant flaw in my workings).
Looks like a 45W Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) which will be about 2800 lumens. You want half that, probably in some sort of LED.
Ok, thanks mo, jelly and aggi. I ordered a screwfix bulb, I'll see.
240A x 0.192A gives ~ 45W
Assuming a power factor of 1
The part number is actually for a 20W lamp with 1185 rated lumens at 2700K correlated colour temperature.
@Squaredisk you probably want something like 600lm as a "half as bright" alternative to the pictured lamp, and if your actual lamp draws 105mA it's probably the 11W model with 590lm, so you're only after 300lm. It's not necessarily easy these days to find a B22d cap LED with such a small output, I ended up getting a B22d to GU10 adapter so that I could use a low wattage LED PAR16 lamp to provide night illumination in the lobby.
Blimey, that brings back memories!
@mespilus - Lush is my normal go to for cosmetics for Christmas but I'm trying to be 5% less predictable this year.