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  1. 9 points
    Mick Friend

    3D Closed

    I know the untrue story - it appears that due to the UK Gov cocking up Brexit their entire stock is now invalid and has to be revalidated to extend the date to June 30- Their continental quilts have all gone into meltdown and their entire stock of transponder keys refuses to code to english made cars, so thats just Morgan then. The BMW keys have all decided that they will not function outside the EU and these are having to be overrun with hob nail boots. In the meantime the chinease servers made in Korea and manufactured in India have all hit the Millenium meltdown due to the time difference. Steve from Microsoft Bombay told me this first hand this morning when he locked into my PC and transferred all my money to a safe deposit to prevent the UK gov turning it into Euros to pay their huge hotel bill for Mrs may. I also know this to be a fact because the nice lady from BT explained about my WiFi issues and took £80 to get a new one to me next month. Then to cap it all I am on some sort of international police raid list as I have been identified as some sort of pervert (well Ok I own up) and the CIA will remove me for just 100 bitcoins. and that has reflected onto 3D's computers so it is my fault....... sorry
  2. 3 points
    grahamparker

    Key marked 'T'

    We are going to see a post about this key blank every couple of weeks like the ISEO F3 used to.
  3. 3 points
  4. 2 points
    grahamparker

    Key id please

    Nett Price !!! Delete Delete Delete.
  5. 2 points
    Mick Friend

    3D Closed

    I think we use the same provider and we have had 2 days of their servers being down - I got 230 e-mails during the night so maybe fixed - although 2 were from the CIA who have me on a peado raid list and if I pay the sender 1000 bitcoins he will remove my name.......... I don't even swim!
  6. 1 point
    Have you looked at SCHLAGE Silca SH3 OR SH5?
  7. 1 point
    My quickbooks does all the VAT as you go along so you can see what is coming up to pay. Then when its ready just click a button to submit to hmrc.....very easy to do.
  8. 1 point
    keySolutions

    Key marked 'T'

    Silca IJ1 It's been posted a few times before, but seeing as there is no brandname on the key, it's not easy to search for them.
  9. 1 point
    cowers lane 583

    ISA 369 Movement

    Lucky you, I was in Tesco's and I asked my nine year old if there's anything she would like, "Yes ,Dad, can I have a scratchcard, I just love gambling!"
  10. 1 point
    hibsjo(SCO)

    3D Closed

    whats the untrue story then simes carry on!
  11. 1 point
    Michael

    ISA 369 Movement

    A.G.Thomas have the 369 listed on their website but not sure if they have in stock, give them a ring.
  12. 1 point
    Michael

    ISA 369 Movement

    ISA 608.101 possibly? It's a little higher ( 3.10mm compared to 2.75mm) but may be enough room if the glass is domed.
  13. 1 point
    Dullthud

    Well, Howdy

    Hi All. New on here. I mostly do domestic fitting, fettling and access. Happy to help if I can but I was drawn to the fob info. RFID is a bit of a blind spot for me, though I do have an oscilloscope so I have 'seen' it work. Andy
  14. 1 point
    Bren

    New Yale key ?

    bugger...
  15. 1 point
    I do agree with that I dont do a 50 quid job for 25 they can put the mark up on
  16. 1 point
    Otherbike

    Side Shield

    Hi, I have some if you want me to send you one.
  17. 1 point
    Started doing work for a local dry cleaner (10 miles away) around 3 years ago & been fine. We do a 10% discount & they charge 10% more than our prices. All depends on the people you work with i find, if i don't like them i won't work with them. Simple but effective for me. He gets 20% for being a middle man & is happy with that. We have a good working relationship. Once the price & details where sorted out we had him in the shop for a day to see what to look for when a customer brings in a pair of shoes. Also so he can see the amount of work that goes into some repairs. So it save us calling them, to call the customer about a extra charge for build up for example. If there has been an issue we're sorted out quickly & respectively. As for example last week we had a "return" of a zip repair on a a riding boot, the right boot, from a couple of weeks ago. The zip repair was terrible, zip not straight, brown zip with a black runner, wrong colour stitching thread, not using the original holes when restitching ect ect. The main problem we had is that we repaired the left boot zip not the right. We take pictures of before & after repairs so we just forwarded the picture of the left boot. We got a phone call from the dry cleaner to minutes later saying exactly what he thought but he couldn't prove it. I explained we take photo's for this exact reason & in future that's what he's going to do to save sending bits back & wasting both our time. (Side note we got to redo the job on right boot to put it right, the customer suddenly remember that the had the other boot repair a few years ago from someone else...) I did also had another dry cleaners i did work for about a year on the same deal. Lovely people but had a few problems with drop offs & time scales, i.e i need a full leather sole repair & expecting it done in half hour. So we parted ways. If another local dry cleaner was to ask i would consider it.
  18. 1 point
    hibsjo(SCO)

    Security policy applied

    im never free carry on!
  19. 1 point
    grahamparker

    JMA key ID

    Silca PR5
  20. 1 point
    keySolutions

    JMA key ID

    That looks like a Silca LAP1 edit: LAP1 does not match the code series, PR5 does.
  21. 1 point
    cowers lane 583

    New Yale key ?

    This thread is more thrilling than the last "Game of Thrones " finale. Earlsdoncobbler posts a photo, everyone goes ya-273d, ..... but no .. it's not..... how will it end. Who knows, will we even be ever presented with this key.
  22. 1 point
    You would be better off just approaching a local cobbler, one of them might be interested. I opened my shop, just doing watch and Jewellery repairs (20 years ago) moved into key cutting. Obviously, customers assumed I did shoe repairs. I approached two cobblers, one wasn't interested, the other didn't mind. I did not push discount hard, or even at all. He charges me a bit less than normal customers, I make a profit by just charging more, because my shop is in a busy commuter station, and I can charge more. It's also really good for the selling of shoe care products. I now do most stilettos myself, it's the main market, but I still send him quite a bit of work. It's worked really well for probably 12 years ( at least), he does a great job. I always keep the jobs simple, only reheeling and resoling. Anything else, I redirect to the cobbler, or the other cobbler that turned me down initially. It's a fairly good relationship with the three of us.
  23. 1 point
  24. 1 point
    grahamparker

    website trophies

    Pay Google heaps of cash to get yourself to the top of the searches.
  25. 1 point
    If anyone buys something that is sold through the forum where a promise to is made to donate to the Forum Charity (Jimmy Mizen fund), would you please be good enough to inform me as I keep reading about donations to the Forum Charity but I rarely see any donations made when I check on the Virgin Money giving page. If people are capitalising on the forum and not donating when they say they will - shame on you. I'll be keeping an eye on any sales made in the future and anyone culpable will be named and shamed and will risk having their account suspended or deleted, including all known I.P. addresses. There are a few people on here who regularly sell through the forum - we don't mind the odd one or two sales but if you're going to treat the forum like your own cash cow then you're going to be in for a surprise. Rick.
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