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Cupcakes

Member since Jul 2008 • Last active Feb 2019

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    Did try, sadly no mileage

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    Yes!

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    Yes

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    Anyone got a source for replacement battery holders to fit a hope vision one? The ones I can see online have weird sticky outy contact things whilst the original doesn't.

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    If anyone has a super beater level medium pomp, let me know. Just need the frame. Looking to build back spare bike to leave at my parents' house.

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    Went for the slightly larger gloves. Comfy. 10/10 would choose again.

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    Good to know, thanks.

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    What's the concensus on how winter gloves should fit? I've taken delivery of Madison Avalanches in two sizes. Medium is a bit snug on the palm putting it on, and fingers are at the ends although it doesn't feel too tight. Large is more roomy and has space for liners.

    I'm pondering whether the medium will stretch over time, and of the large will be unwieldy with the extra space.

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    I am struggling to find the right product, though. The closest I've got is a "skirting heater" but I've not found one that is small enough and rated for use in a bathroom.

    I'm wondering if a wall-mounted vertical radiator would be better.

    The idea of it being electric is to avoid over-using my central heating when I only want to heat one room.

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    I've got a manrose wf120 something, which extracts 36l/s. So on paper your fan does 61l/s which is better. But not dramatically so, as it would be going from a 100mm window fan (23l /s).

    So yeah basically I've got the fan in the only feasible location and it's drawing air out at the maximum feasible flow rate. Not surprisingly since i specified it :)

    Not planning on changing the glass, as I had it done to fit the fan, and not planning on dropping the ceiling level because I'd have to change the window including its external appearance and that would probably require permissions as I live in a conservation area, and also be a lot of work.

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