...and lots of stuffed up jobs to burn to get the water hot :twisted:Cheshirechappie":37vzd5j1 said:A kettle, a mug, a teaspoon and a never-ending supply of teabags.
Ditto, but scrub round the tea bags, and sub a small teapot and a never ending supply of leaf tea.Cheshirechappie":2w8osgvs said:A kettle, a mug, a teaspoon and a never-ending supply of teabags.
Well, everybody has their own way of doing things, of course, but -yetloh":212xfm8c said:Custard,
Two things puzzle me:
1. The occasional new battery aside, why would anyone want a dial caliper for £20 - 30, when they could get a digital caliper which is far easier to read?
2. Why spend up to £30k on a combi machine with all the compromises and inconveniences that entails when decent quality separates could be had for that money or excellent quality if bought used?
But they are dam difficult to read without your glasses on :roll: :wink:Cheshirechappie":2tmhoetu said:1) Dial calipers don't need batteries, and don't throw wobblies in cold weather.