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    I’m not normally one for moaning about costs but €300 for a shelf was ridiculous, €9 later and some scrap wood=happy out

    https://youtu.be/HOWxDchJi9w

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Byrne View Post
    I’m not normally one for moaning about costs but €300 for a shelf was ridiculous, €9 later and some scrap wood=happy out

    https://youtu.be/HOWxDchJi9w
    Nice one! Crackin shed ye have there - I'd trade a kidney for that much space at home! Quick tip - buy some of the anti slip rubber matting that comes round in Lidl/Aldi every know and then. Tack it ontot the top of the shelf and it'll keep the lids steady and provide a soft surface for them...tis only a few quid to buy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatcho View Post
    Nice one! Crackin shed ye have there - I'd trade a kidney for that much space at home! Quick tip - buy some of the anti slip rubber matting that comes round in Lidl/Aldi every know and then. Tack it ontot the top of the shelf and it'll keep the lids steady and provide a soft surface for them...tis only a few quid to buy....
    Good shout !

    Only took me ten years to build the shed, hoping the missus will kick me out. Give me a reason to spend more time there lol


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    More a review this time, disappointed to say the least
    https://youtu.be/9t0iTlVleoo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Byrne View Post
    More a review this time, disappointed to say the least
    https://youtu.be/9t0iTlVleoo
    Nice one! I'd been humming and hawing about investing in a pair of the Flare's for a while, but you've saved me a few bob. Like you, I was a bit sceptical about placing anything solid inside my ear. To see that they cause ear pain after only an hour on the bike makes them a complete no no in my book. Happy to continue using the Howard Leight Max's that I've used for years now. Haven't managed to find anything that matched them for both comfort and noise reduction - so they are my go-to earplug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatcho View Post
    Nice one! I'd been humming and hawing about investing in a pair of the Flare's for a while, but you've saved me a few bob. Like you, I was a bit sceptical about placing anything solid inside my ear. To see that they cause ear pain after only an hour on the bike makes them a complete no no in my book. Happy to continue using the Howard Leight Max's that I've used for years now. Haven't managed to find anything that matched them for both comfort and noise reduction - so they are my go-to earplug.
    Sometimes it best to stick with what we know works

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    Flare are the only earplugs that don't give me pain.

    I'll admit that correct positioning is required but once you've got the knack they are really very good. I actually use the minis with different sized buds for each ear and find them almost perfect, having tried just about every available brand out there.

    One downside is that prolonged use of the same buds can mean that the foam separates from the plastic stalk (tweezers required!) but that was after several weeks of daily use, and me just penny pinching.

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