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AstroTurf

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Thanks @howardb my wife and inlaws love the dvd's, daughter also in stitches watching one last night :)

I have been tasked with making copies for the inlaws only its been so long since I last ripped a dvd I can't even remember how I used to do it
 

ponder

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howardb

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Thanks @howardb my wife and inlaws love the dvd's, daughter also in stitches watching one last night :)

I have been tasked with making copies for the inlaws only its been so long since I last ripped a dvd I can't even remember how I used to do it
Pleasure! Totally non-PC and an absolute laugh... they certainly don't make them like this any more :D
 

TheJman

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Item: 2 Wallets that I ordered online but do not need anymore
Age: New
Warranty: Nope
Condition: Brand new
Location: Alberton
Shipping: On you
Link: Denleilu Men’s Faux Synthetic Leather Wallet Brown Bi-fold ZIPPER Section for sale online | eBay

Exactly like the one in the link but both are black. Quality isn't half bad at all.
Can I dibs this for now please - my Dad has been looking for something like this for ages, taken him in to see wallets and he's being a little picky (his right to be!).
 

APoc184

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Thanks to eBucks I finally upgraded to a new cordless drill driver.

So putting my old tried and tested kit up for grabs to a DIY-ish home.

1 x Hitachi 12v Cordless Drill Driver.
1 x Hitachi Spotlight torch thingy.
2 x batteries
1 x charger

Apart from batteries not holding charge when they are stored and battery power draining way quicker than years ago.

The drill is still in perfect working order.

We used the torch attachment probably 5 times. Does an Okayish job.

It will work nice for small odd jobs. Might be frustrating to try on bigger projects because you'll run out of battery power a few times before completing everything.

Anyway. The kit is available in Pretoria East if anybody wants to try a few drilling and screwing jobs.

Dusty AF but I'll wipe them down.

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maumau

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Thanks to eBucks I finally upgraded to a new cordless drill driver.

So putting my old tried and tested kit up for grabs to a DIY-ish home.

1 x Hitachi 12v Cordless Drill Driver.
1 x Hitachi Spotlight torch thingy.
2 x batteries
1 x charger

Apart from batteries not holding charge when they are stored and battery power draining way quicker than years ago.

The drill is still in perfect working order.

We used the torch attachment probably 5 times. Does an Okayish job.

It will work nice for small odd jobs. Might be frustrating to try on bigger projects because you'll run out of battery power a few times before completing everything.

Anyway. The kit is available in Pretoria East if anybody wants to try a few drilling and screwing jobs.

Dusty AF but I'll wipe them down.

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Hahaha at your feet in the pic :laugh::laugh:

Nice offer BTW.
 

Zuner

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Thanks to eBucks I finally upgraded to a new cordless drill driver.

So putting my old tried and tested kit up for grabs to a DIY-ish home.

1 x Hitachi 12v Cordless Drill Driver.
1 x Hitachi Spotlight torch thingy.
2 x batteries
1 x charger

Apart from batteries not holding charge when they are stored and battery power draining way quicker than years ago.

The drill is still in perfect working order.

We used the torch attachment probably 5 times. Does an Okayish job.

It will work nice for small odd jobs. Might be frustrating to try on bigger projects because you'll run out of battery power a few times before completing everything.

Anyway. The kit is available in Pretoria East if anybody wants to try a few drilling and screwing jobs.

Dusty AF but I'll wipe them down.

View attachment 647368
Sounds like the perfect DIY project to convert the batteries to LiPo. "Get" a couple of "Dead" laptop batteries and couple of stuff from communica.
 
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