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mandela

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May 16, 2013
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Just winding you up, Ryobi’s battery tech. is pretty good, they own Milwaukee and AEG, generally they make pretty good stuff.
I've no concerns about the battery, tbh. It'll run for 60-80 mins depending on the grass length and moisture. I only have around half an acre so will be plenty. A push mower would take around 1.5 to 2 hours. This will do in 30.

Fuck, I might just keep it.
 
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Clarence Worley

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I've no concerns about the battery, tbh. It'll run for 60-80 mins depending on the grass length and moisture. I only have around half an acre so will be plenty. A push mower would take around 1.5 to 2 hours. This will do in 30.

Fuck, I might just keep it.
Its actually good value. keep it.

and although you are a rabid nationalist who has wished death upon me many times, i know a few people who have rolled mowers with various results so maybe also have another plan for tricky bits, if you have any.
 

DBerry

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Jun 11, 2013
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'Straya, cunt.
I've no concerns about the battery, tbh. It'll run for 60-80 mins depending on the grass length and moisture. I only have around half an acre so will be plenty. A push mower would take around 1.5 to 2 hours. This will do in 30.

Fuck, I might just keep it.
It’ll do your lawn about five times in one charge, without solar power on your house it’ll cost less than a dollar to fully charge from flat, no servicing costs and you’ll save over an hour every mow, seems like a good buy.
 

mandela

CHB Führer
May 16, 2013
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Scotland
Its actually good value. keep it.

and although you are a rabid nationalist who has wished death upon me many times, i know a few people who have rolled mowers with various results so maybe also have another plan for tricky bits, if you have any.
I've wished death on you no more than 50 times, mate. Stop being dramatic.

There's actually a couple of narrow bits it won't fit through so I'll still need to get the strimmer out.
 

mandela

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May 16, 2013
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It’ll do your lawn about five times in one charge, without solar power on your house it’ll cost less than a dollar to fully charge from flat, no servicing costs and you’ll save over an hour every mow, seems like a good buy.
THAT'S WHAT I SAID!!!!
 
Jun 12, 2012
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Bought 2 Nomess Gravity Wall Racks. Just hook the cord on the 2 stubs and the rack will hold it self against the wall with no further installation. I put them up when I hang dry my shirts



 
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DBerry

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'Straya, cunt.
Damn, they're nice. I've wanted a pair of Wolverines or Red Wings since forever.
I’ve got Wolverine hiking shoes and have been wearing Wolverine work boots for close to a decade and seen these on special, they had my size and pulled the trigger.
I’d love a pair of Redwings, there’s a shop in Richmond, I might treat myself to a pair for my birthday.
 
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NSFW

Freedom Fighter
May 14, 2013
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Castle Duckula.
How long do you expect to get out of the boots @DBerry? I'm after some more boots, threw my last pair, they were just standard shop bought walking boots and did the job, needed changing after a year though.
 

DBerry

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'Straya, cunt.
How long do you expect to get out of the boots @DBerry? I'm after some more boots, threw my last pair, they were just standard shop bought walking boots and did the job, needed changing after a year though.
They should last me a long while, most days I’m in work boots or thongs (flip flops) so they’ll be just for dressing up to go out.
I’ve gone through two pairs their steel cap work boots in six years, just bought my third pair a couple of moths ago.
 
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