Some pictures of your recent purchases

King Tones

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Every 500 miles or so. Have you had a gait analysis?
Yes, honestly can't remember half the stuff she mentioned but my feet got 3d scanned, ran on a treadmill and stepped onto a pad numerous times and then went through a load of questions and kablam you need these expensive shoes haha.
Offered up 3 choices and I was all ready to go for the cheapest but after trying them all on I ended up getting the most expensive ones.
Thankfully it was 40% off so was easier to swallow the cost. Also treated the wife to a new pair as she's been running a lot longer than myself and in need of a new pair.
 

KyleS1

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Yes, honestly can't remember half the stuff she mentioned but my feet got 3d scanned, ran on a treadmill and stepped onto a pad numerous times and then went through a load of questions and kablam you need these expensive shoes haha.
Offered up 3 choices and I was all ready to go for the cheapest but after trying them all on I ended up getting the most expensive ones.
Thankfully it was 40% off so was easier to swallow the cost. Also treated the wife to a new pair as she's been running a lot longer than myself and in need of a new pair.
The Kayanos are good runners. I was a cheapskate and went for another pair of the GT2000s
 

Wahreo

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A place called ‘Longacres’ garden centre in Bagshot, Surrey. That’s just a very small selection of the random stuff they sell.
 

Dony

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Qactuar

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Yes, honestly can't remember half the stuff she mentioned but my feet got 3d scanned, ran on a treadmill and stepped onto a pad numerous times and then went through a load of questions and kablam you need these expensive shoes haha.
Offered up 3 choices and I was all ready to go for the cheapest but after trying them all on I ended up getting the most expensive ones.
Thankfully it was 40% off so was easier to swallow the cost. Also treated the wife to a new pair as she's been running a lot longer than myself and in need of a new pair.
Good! Loads of people have the wrong pronation shoes it makes me sad!
 

gavinl1967

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What one did you go for? Can’t read the label.
I went for the Assos equipe rs evo jacket. I bought that and the goretex shakedry stretch, but went for the Assos in the end for 3 main reasons, fit, visibility and access to my jerseys rear pockets (there are 2 slots in the back to allow that). It’s not quite as packable as the goretex one and I’ll find out how breathable it is this morning.
 

Davekale86

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I collect spores,moulds and fungus never too old for a ghostbuster figure dissapointed the box is decked but kicked off with amazon and got a ten quid voucher
 

The Dreamer

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Thanks to a mate who pointed out the place that does these, I now have a little piece of my very own flying history. Having flown the Jumbo for 10 years, including this particular beast - it's nice to give it a home of it's own.

This window came from the lower deck, Club class area of G-CIVG.

Aerotiques is the name of the company, they 'repurpose' bits of scrapped aircraft into household objects and bits of 'art'.

It now guards the entrance to the cinema.
 

hyperfish

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Thanks to a mate who pointed out the place that does these, I now have a little piece of my very own flying history. Having flown the Jumbo for 10 years, including this particular beast - it's nice to give it a home of it's own.

This window came from the lower deck, Club class area of G-CIVG.

Aerotiques is the name of the company, they 'repurpose' bits of scrapped aircraft into household objects and bits of 'art'.

It now guards the entrance to the cinema.
Thanks. Just ordered the keychain for my son.
 

MrO

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Thanks to a mate who pointed out the place that does these, I now have a little piece of my very own flying history. Having flown the Jumbo for 10 years, including this particular beast - it's nice to give it a home of it's own.

This window came from the lower deck, Club class area of G-CIVG.

Aerotiques is the name of the company, they 'repurpose' bits of scrapped aircraft into household objects and bits of 'art'.

It now guards the entrance to the cinema.
Love this. Fantastic that you have a bit of your flying history. I was a dispatcher for a number of years and it’s funny how registrations stick with you. Quite funny to see aircraft I’ve worked on when travelling. Brilliant you that feeling everyday now!
 

Qactuar

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Thanks to a mate who pointed out the place that does these, I now have a little piece of my very own flying history. Having flown the Jumbo for 10 years, including this particular beast - it's nice to give it a home of it's own.

This window came from the lower deck, Club class area of G-CIVG.

Aerotiques is the name of the company, they 'repurpose' bits of scrapped aircraft into household objects and bits of 'art'.

It now guards the entrance to the cinema.
That's superb! I use a few bits from a (undetermined but suspected RB211) gearbox as a paperweight 😂 I've got a bunch of turbine blades kicking around somewhere too, and an NGV (that's a big beastie!).

The coffee table is rather splendid imo.
 

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