Avatar for inchpincher

inchpincher

Member since Jul 2011 • Last active Dec 2020

Most recent activity

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    Chapeau, seriously impressive dedication.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    Glad it’s not just me. Nah I went a bit batshit on the phone and they’re collecting tomorrow. Still, why wouldn’t they ask?!

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    Snagged new trail shoes from Sportshoes.com in the recent mega salez, arrived today.... ‘The item you ordered sold out very quickly so we sent you something similar’.

    You fucking what? Just don’t send it. Twats.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    I’m usually a UK10 and bought Redwing chukkas in the same (from the shop nr Carnaby St) and they’re a touch large, should’ve gone down half a size but I still wear them all the time, just with thicker socks.

    I bought some secondhand Thorogood mocktoes which are a good fit although as others have said these tend to shape to the persons foot so if it’s one decent purchase you’re looking to make then go try ‘em.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    Should I be mulching around the gazillion bulbs we planted that have all decided to shoot?

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    Today at the garden centre.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    Ha, well it’s main job is going to be obscuring the neighbours behind and offering a little shade to the greenhouse which is going on the pea shingle base.

    Have you considered a nice Acer? I once took a picture of a Cornus Kousa which was stunning - just don’t ask the price.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    We planted a silver birch (betula Grayswood Ghost) a couple of years ago - it has one of the whitest barks and will hopefully look like the stock picture below. Unfortunately the plans for the end of the garden have changed and I had to move it ten yards today, fingers crossed it survives.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    I didn’t realise they make so many iterations of the 556 now, interesting. It’s super versatile though and my go-to waterproof watch so it tends to live on a Barton silicon or the bracelet although I reckon it would work well on a black horween leather too. Enjoy it, congrats.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
    Avatar for inchpincher

    Looks good in the flesh, I like the shade of blue. How does the internal bezel operate, pull to engage or screw down?

    @jaybee Nice Sinn, guess the red hand is a limited edition..? I have the same silicon band and very nearly tossed it up when cutting so my advice is go in small increments. Also I’ll be honest and say I didn’t gel with the thickness of the band relative to the size of the watch and went back to the bracelet which is well worth owning.

Actions