Archy_is_God wrote:Saw that thread PS. Don't think there's a Euro dealer for them yet, but could still be worth ordering one if it's cheap enough and you don't mind taking it to someone over here and paying for repairs if it goes wrong.
The Gulfman is designed specifically for saltwater. Was fine today, pretty cold too although it is a little bulky.flacky wrote:Black. I had a G Shock a few years ago, Actually, it was a baby G, the chicks version, as I found the chaps versions were way to big and bulky. THis was waterproof to some ridiculous depths.
Wore it surfing, no problems, til the winter. Cold water fucked it. screen fogged up. I asked for a replacement and they said it wasn't covered for salt water. I'm wondering if anyone knows where there's a 200m deep swimming pool...
Barneyrubble wrote:Got one of those Northcore waterproof car seat covers to replace one of my old ones....looks grand, fits grand and industrial strength....no water ever getting through this baby. Will get another in a wee while to replace the other old one. The doggies if you are like me and sometimes drive home in the wettie when it is blowin Baltic and raining.
joc wrote:does anybody know whether this or another kind of back support actually works? I'm really suffering in water with lower back pain/ soft tissue damage that's not really getting fully better. Don't want a prolonged period out of the water so looking for anything that may help...
dogtowatch wrote:Someone back along was asking about Snugg suits. Had a bespoke 'sabotage' made.This was a price hike on the top end xcell suits at the time. VERY disappointed with it. Flushes neck and arms, poor fastening around neck compared to xcell or Alder, unzips in the water and body feels to short. Received via post with no follow up call [it was bloody expensive] for customer satisfaction. More fool me for not returning it. Snugg will not have any more of my folding cash. xcell or Alder for now on. Wanted a British made suit but what do you do.
Thanks for that info, I was thinking all day at work how to re-charge it ad-hoc, will look into those. Loaded the MSW app on today.skasteppa wrote:nice!think you can get pretty cheap solar chargers for those now Black.
skasteppa wrote:No worries- heres a link for one- not as cheap as you can get, so google samsung galazy ace solar charger and have a shop around:
http://www.fommy.co.uk/view-full-page.a ... kuno=83981
Bet you cant put it down now youve got a nifty one hey, bloody phones!
Black wrote:Samsung Galaxy Ace android phone
Got it this weekend & have gone fom a bog standard no camera phone from Tesco to this beautiful creature. Really bright screen, easy to use & great android os.
Downside: Woeful battery time but I can live with that. Also didnt like AES encryption so had to change to TKIP on the wireless at home.
Totally fabulous! I love it!
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