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    I'm actually in Vauxhall overland train station. started as a watch repair shop, diversified into keys then a bit of cobbling.

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  1. cowers lane 583

    Mortice key Id

    Wow, what a badly made bit of tat, but I've still added it to my basket.( just in case.)
  2. cowers lane 583

    Wagner?

    Tx-3d has turned into one of my top five cylinder blanks.
  3. cowers lane 583

    Brand of lock and keyway ??

    Isn't the ram "Dad" /" Deycayeux" brand?
  4. On my Facebook business page, FB are always notifying me that I still haven't hosted a " event". Maybe I still haven't grasped the concept of social media properly, but I feel if you want a watch repaired or a key cut, come to me, if you want an "event", go to the bloody zoo, or maybe the cinema.
  5. cowers lane 583

    A sum up of Sum up.

    Been using sumup for a week now. Very impressed. Struck me while I was doing an EOD reconciliation on my world pay terminal, which will lead to more crappy paper, and having to do a PCI DSS . Waste of time, and with sumup I can take Amex. Plan to run worldpay and sum up until Xmas, then if it goes well, drop world pay, then I can even drop my landline. The biggest problem I have, is my shop is in a railway arch, and I am surrounded by thick brick walls. This seems to interfere with my mobile and the 3 g sum up terminal. I am looking at using a booster, but do they need an external ariel ? As the train company would object to this.
  6. Shouldn't you start with something more basic, a dual cylinder/mortice key machine? Like the sks cyclone, until you get a feel for your customer base, and what key requirements your catchment area needs? All the best with your new business. Mike.
  7. cowers lane 583

    Card machine Merchant Rentals

    After some problems with my landline, I bought a sumup 3g reader, as back up, in case the phone line plays up again. Quite happy with it, really straight forward, a lot less sodding paper, and now I can even take amex.
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    Boris

    Oh, dear, politics. Summing up Scottish independence, they want to leave a successful 300 year union, where they get an advantageous disproportional representation ( that actually works for both sides), to join the steamrolling empire of the EU. If the EU will have them. So much for independence.
  9. cowers lane 583

    MU P EXTRA

    This is for a Norwegian friend of mine, for a lock in Oslo. Any ideas, I've checked the Alf range, with no luck( I felt that was a long shot, but worth a try.) Code is MU7542004. Mike.
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    Key id please

    The keys didn't look quite like standard yales, but all the branding pointed to yale, that's why I went with 1A originally. Thanks for the photo of the key, can update my book, so as not to make the same mistake again.
  11. cowers lane 583

    Key id please

    lifted this off Google, it was identical to this. Like I said, yale 1A would even fit, but universal worked a treat. I don't think it had anything to do with the railway.
  12. cowers lane 583

    Key id please

    Definitely not a laser key. It was for a yale padlock, he bought the padlock in.
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    Key id please

    Had a quite clearly labelled yale genuine basic cylinder key in a few days ago, obviously cut 4 on yale 1As. Didn't work. Customer bought in the yale padlock, series YE1, cut four universals that worked very well. Didn't see a yale alternative in the blank book.
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