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  1. junglebert

    Icebreaker Stratus Merino jacket - XXL

    Too much? £60 posted?
  2. I bought this a couple of years ago, and now, as usual, find myself with too many jackets. It's green, the photo represents the colour well, and XXL, quite a fitted XXL, not that roomy, so if you're XL you'll be able to wear a couple of thicker layers underneath, if you're more of an XXL, you'll be wearing a baselayer and a tshirt. It's a polyester shell, stuffed with recycled Icebreaker merino, it's warm, but not bulky and stays warm if it gets wet (It's not waterproof). Really good quality, a good jacket to just chuck on when it gets nippy, packs down small. I'd keep it, but I just bought more or less the same thing but made by Musto. It was £190 new, and is still in really good condition. It's now been replaced by the Stratus X which is pretty similar, but £230 I'm asking £75 delivered.
  3. junglebert

    Bergara Stag Folding Shooting Seat £75

    Do you give a VAT invoice with these?
  4. junglebert

    3inch chambered side by side

    Haha, you’re right, after I posted, I took it out of the cabinet as I hadn’t looked at it since the end of the season, I love it, I’m going to keep it.
  5. junglebert

    3inch chambered side by side

    I have a 3 inch Magnum AYA no3. PM me if you're interested
  6. junglebert

    Timberland Chukka boots, size 9.5

    Sold, thank you.
  7. junglebert

    Timberland Chukka boots, size 9.5

    Sorry if anyone can't see the photos, here's another try: https://imgur.com/a/hYskitA https://imgur.com/a/1OtX7l1
  8. junglebert

    Timberland Chukka boots, size 9.5

    I bought these a year or so ago and they didn't fit, and I never got round to sending them back. They're pretty true to a 9.5 I think, I'm usually a 9.5/10 but like a wider fitting, so I'd say these may be a standard rather than wide fit. IMG_5887.HEIC £35 posted IMG_5884.HEIC
  9. junglebert

    Trooper shocks

    If they’ve never been changed they’ll be really tired, might as well stick new ones on while you have the chance
  10. junglebert

    Just Great!!

    It's an advert for a bank, scripted, choreographed, with a massive, well paid crew, just another day at the office for everyone involved.
  11. junglebert

    New tablet needed - Advice please

    Try it on the 2.4ghz network, it’ll be just the same.
  12. junglebert

    Dubarry boots

    I have some goretex full zip Dubarrys, I really like them, once you get past the comments about how butch they are. They’re comfortable, but not warm, so I wear them on wet days in autumn or early in the season, before I swap to my Neoprene Le Chams. Only had them a couple of years and don’t wear them more than a couple of days a week, so can’t comment on longevity, but they still look in good nick.
  13. junglebert

    New tablet needed - Advice please

    If you can stretch to £299, you can get a refurb iPad Air 2 direct from Apple with a full warranty.
  14. junglebert

    New tablet needed - Advice please

    That's nothing to do with the 2.4/5GHZ factor, 2.4ghz can operate at up to 600mb, so your 100mb won't stretch it, the difference between the two frequencies (and don't forget, they're frequencies, not speeds) comes into play when you have congested networks, at home I have about 25 devices using wifi, so I split them between the two frequencies. The distance thing is half(ish) right, 2.4ghz signals propagate over a longer range than 5ghz, but there's not much in it. Good point.
  15. junglebert

    New tablet needed - Advice please

    The 2.4ghz WiFi on your iPad isn’t linked to the 100mb speed of your broadband, a 2.4ghz device can make full use of any internet connection.
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