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Member Since 10/12/2020
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Location VIC, AU

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Multi tools are the coolest idea but a bit silly to use for work
20/07/2024 - 22:31
Bose are always dope af but lack low bass. That said, No speaker for this size and weight will have significant sub bass. I've got 2x…
19/07/2024 - 14:57
The use I have found for this feature is to protect my pliers and side cutters from being ruined. Its high leverage squasher which can be…
18/07/2024 - 22:31
KFC Saw Guide Combination Square $6.96 + Delivery ($0 C&C/in-Store/OnePass) @ KFC +183 -0
15/07/2024 - 07:01
Same. Mine wouldn't turn off and melted. Bloody dangerous
03/06/2024 - 17:00
Ah, I was just taking the piss on powerbank comments sections on OZb Good information. Cheers
29/05/2024 - 17:13
I cook rice in my instant pot and it comes out awesome, fluffy and not stuck to the bottom. Approx 5min warm up time, 3min cook time, 17min…
27/05/2024 - 20:43
20.4ah Just a bit to big to take on flights
27/05/2024 - 20:26
Asus is far more reliable than tp link. Tp link only looks good on paper
19/05/2024 - 21:19
Lot of your questions have already been covered here and a simple Google search can find similar opinions. 4k. Cons: Costs more, initially.…
17/05/2024 - 09:50
You don't buy tools to replace them. Batteries or power tools maybe fair enough but not hand tools. The amount of time spent returning,…
13/05/2024 - 20:29
Care to enlighten us us on what grade stainless steel these are? No mention of what grade steel in the data sheet or this post... Please…
13/05/2024 - 20:24
Im tempted to try as Telstra is almost terrible working between Geelong and Ballarat. Full reception but no access. Optus is pretty decent…
13/05/2024 - 20:12
I use one for my VR headset and one for a drone
10/05/2024 - 19:40
Only wheel nuts, personally 3/8 is big enough and small enough for most things. 1/4 is absolutely necessary. 1/2 is only good if you need…
10/05/2024 - 19:38
There was no factual information in your comment. Just a vague comparison. I don't appreciate the reply
09/05/2024 - 21:56
What is the 6 year old tech about? Was considering the leaf as a work commuter but I thought most EVs, even Tesla's model S had not changed…
09/05/2024 - 19:57
They're only for striping. I use them at home and for auto electrical stuff. They squash and damage the insulation which is not acceptable…
03/04/2024 - 23:43
Not really my experience. These cables from India are rock hard in the field. I cannot understate how a 1mm conductor core will destroy…
03/04/2024 - 23:36
Nicely worded opinion based on pictures and as much information you can gather rather than actually use
03/04/2024 - 23:23
I use these for swar cables when entering through glands. Much better than a high leverage side cutter and quicker than hacksaw
31/03/2024 - 19:44
Good comment but I would suggest its a setting you could adjust. Flex is super soft but if it doesn't grab, it won't strip. I've been…
31/03/2024 - 12:10
Good to read a proper review from real world use. If I may add; All strippers I've used struggle with cable from China and India in colder…
31/03/2024 - 11:57
Those things are awarded. A status symbol is not something that's awarded by definition
28/03/2024 - 21:12
Contains no artificial colours, no preservatives and no artificial sweeteners. FYI
28/03/2024 - 21:02
1600w is a sad joke for an outdoor vacuum A good indoor vac is around 2000w Need something like 4500w Junk
20/03/2024 - 22:00
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