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1 hour ago, Benji said:

Are these not available in Switzerland or why do you have the Indian version?

Well I bought them from Amazon and yes they shipped from India for some reason lol. No they're available here, it's just that they were really cheap on Amazon and I was already doing a big order and you know Online Shopping is so much more convenient then having to hunt them down in a local store.

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New clothes for the summer.

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Oh the nostalgia...

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6 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Oh the nostalgia...

Did it hit you one more time?

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Oops, I did it again...
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10 hours ago, Benji said:

Did it hit you one more time?

One thing's for sure, 'ol frogs will have all eyes on them in the center of the ring just like a circus when they wear that shirt in public.

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I snatched this one up, it's an old Sony MP-F17W floppy drive, this is probably one of the earliest high density drives.  It was still new in it's original wrapping.  It does have some slight scuffs though from probably being tossed about, but it does still work after sitting in it's unsealed wrapping since it was made roughly 30 years ago.

 

I know use it externally for some disks I like to use, with my other new in box Teac that's equally as old, now internal in the PC (the one in my avatar).

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On 5/5/2021 at 8:43 PM, vf1000ride said:

Got a DJI Mini 2 lightweight drone.  Can't wait for the weekend and hopefully the weather is good enough to get it outside for a while.  For now it's fly it around in the house with the prop guards on.

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try not to hit anything with it 🙂 

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Just got this thinkpad L380, probably the best built laptop I've ever had, the laptop itself is very sturdy and feels great. Not to mention that it's in pristine condition, worth every penny of the 300£ I paid for it, plus it still has 10 months warranty.

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53 minutes ago, AndreiArgeanu said:

Just got this thinkpad L380

Cool! 🙂

What specs does it have?

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41 minutes ago, Benji said:

Cool! 🙂

What specs does it have?

i5-8250U

8gb ram, thought it has 2 slots so i can upgrade it later if needed

256gb m.2 sata ssd that think it has written 250 petabytes to it.

And a 1920x1080 display that looks like an ips though I haven't checked.

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Took a trip to the store to get a torque wrench and feeler gauge to check the spark plug gap for the spark plugs on my car...now I'll have to wait until the morning to change the spark plugs as I just drove the car. 

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On 5/2/2021 at 6:39 PM, FmPhenom said:

Because texas has a split personality, likes to turn off our electricity grid and it hits 100 and hell Fahrenheit in the summertime.

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not to shit on your purchase, but: 

 

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Nabbed a couple of LEGO cars, namely the 911 Turbo and the Audi Quattro S1 E2 as it's my birthday today, and I thought they might look nice sat on my desk.

 

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Also got some sets from the Botanical collection, both for the fiancee and to look nice hanging around the house.

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3 hours ago, Derkoli said:

Nabbed a couple of LEGO cars, namely the 911 Turbo and the Audi Quattro S1 E2 as it's my birthday today, and I thought they might look nice sat on my desk.

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Cool 😄

Happy birthday! 🙂🎁🥳🎂🎉

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16 hours ago, gamagama69 said:

not to shit on your purchase, but: 

 

Nice clickbait video. 

 

In the end it states they do work but just not energy efficient. Since this is a BACKUP A/C and heater in case my electricity goes out it will be plugged into my generator. 

 

But it will be used full time as a dehumidifier when needed in early spring. 

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20 minutes ago, FmPhenom said:

Nice clickbait video. 

 

Not clickbait at all, very accurate.

 

They're so inefficient that they're almost useless. I have one too becasue where I am I probably only need AC a week or 2 per year, but it's just enough to bring the temp down about 3°C in a pretty small room, AND I'm ducting the intake to the outside already.

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9 hours ago, Benji said:

Cool 😄

Happy birthday! 🙂🎁🥳🎂🎉

Ty 🙂

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If you have any questions about ultra high end audio (Or any speakers or audio gear!), don't be afraid to shoot me a message, or mention me.

 

Spent over 960k on audio gear, still trying to increase sound quality.

 

For a guide on Microphones and Interfaces, I strongly suggest scrolling through @The Flying Sloth's guide.

 

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2 hours ago, Kilrah said:

 

Not clickbait at all, very accurate.

 

They're so inefficient that they're almost useless. I have one too becasue where I am I probably only need AC a week or 2 per year, but it's just enough to bring the temp down about 3°C in a pretty small room, AND I'm ducting the intake to the outside already.

Well this one cools down my garage and it's been hitting 85 degrees outside. Used it on my back patio with the shades drawn to enclose it and put a outdoor circulating fan in front of it. It got cold.  

 

Haven't tried it in my living room (where it will be used when power goes down) but since this house is well Insulated it should be just fine for my use. 

 

And yes it's clickbait. 

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Welp my boyfriend bought a laptop recently and I gave mine to my aunt a couple months so I needed something to replace it.
I finally have its replacement on order!
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Since I'm selling my iPad very shortly and I've conceded the repair on my macbook pro so I will be parting that out and selling it very shortly I needed something!

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