Part time cyclist.
Full time dad.
Born in London.
Living in Kent.
Riding for me.
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No, it's an oversized watchgecko that was end of line. I had to trim it with a razorblade to fit.
Originally my dad had it on a tiny black leather thing that looked like dental floss. It did have an omega buckle though (now safely stored).
Is it friday?
Here is the only omega I will ever own, generally they leave me cold.
Dad decided he wanted a cheap quartz so now it's mine.
As Google has bought FitBit will Google still be on board in two years time? Nah
Surely this is more accurate
Hope you told them to stick it as you already had the product?
I second @andos here.
What's the floor? Ash?
For sharpening I have the unbranded versions of these:
400, 600, 1000 grits should work for most outside regrinding an edge. I decided to get 240, 600, 1200 as this works for me.
I follow this with a polish using autosol on leather or MDF depending on what I can find in the garage.
Takes under a minute per blade for regular re-sharpening. I'll get a tormek if I ever buy a lathe.
Blade guide I have the cheap one from b&q but usually freehand it.
Yes. But if the church hold the freehold they are more likely to have registered their own properties as liable when the law changed in 2013.
Be careful of CofE property. There may be chancel fees that you will be obligated to pay for upkeep of the local churches.
Another reason not to change it. What's the fuel efficiency going to save me? £5 a month probably, against an install cost in the thousands. House is being sold on anyway so I've got a new to me boiler to worry about soon.
Not a combi but our boiler was installed by the previous owner in 1994. It's had one valve replacement in my ownership but is generally faultless.