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Thread: Things you wish you'd bought years ago!

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    Footwear that fits properly.
    Size Uk13/14 wide, been wearing shoes and boots that havent quite fitted for far to many years and then end up giving them to my brother.
    Finally at the age of 54 sod the price and found footwear suppliers overseas that sell spacious boots and shoes.
    So far loving the Keen brand with the large toebox.

    Adrian

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    A house in Brixton when I first moved to London 30 years ago.

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    A proper bike ramp, had mine for 15 years, can't do without it, although getting the bike on and off nowadays is a 2 man job for safety
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    Quote Originally Posted by tadhgocuilleain View Post
    An SDS+ drill. There's no comparison to a standard hammer-action drill. For anyone that does any DIY home improvement, I can't recommend one enough.
    I second that - especially in a Dublin Corporation house with cast / "cinder block" walls.
    It's the one and only thing that's wrong in the quality of build of the house!

    I need a light weight cordless one now to do a panelling job in the bathroom. Anybody got any suggestions?
    Cheap and domestic use only - and liable to be used mostly as an electric screwdriver apart from the bathroom job.
    appears bright from a distance / dim up close

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    A good Chinese cookbook. I’m about to make some traditional Chinese dishes for the upcoming weekend.

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    A Dremmel.

    1001 uses..............

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    Good product. I have it in my garage and use when have a need.

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    An eBike.

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    My apartment in Berlin when it was offered for next to nowt in 2010.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easyrider5258 (Mark) View Post
    A proper bike ramp, had mine for 15 years, can't do without it, although getting the bike on and off nowadays is a 2 man job for safety
    If you lower the lift it's much easier.

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    A Bitcoin.
    If your wife wants to learn to ride a bike...... Don't stand in her way!

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    A proper bike ramp,
    Definitely - my old knees and hips are no good for kneeling on a cold garage floor.... Makes maintenance and cleaning a cinch. Even use it as a bench for servicing lots of stuff (like lawnmowers etc). Love my Sealey 454
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nutty View Post
    A KTM.

    And waterproof jeans.
    Is the first bit of this out of date now?

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