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I want one, but do I need one?



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Probably not!

 

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Very clever. What will they think of next ?? Food that's not really food ? Sorry, that's Mcdonalds...;-);-)

Now this pen would take away the need to build mock-ups of buildings on a layout. You could practically draw a building in place and near-enough to scale...

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Wonder what it will cost :hmm





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Ed wrote: Wonder what it will cost :hmm




When I clicked "Buy it now", I got a figure of £390,000 ........................:shock::shock::shock:

How does that compare with a Scalescenes kit ........................:hmm



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Yep, that's about right, but you get a discount for two. :lol:

 

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It appears to be early days for the company ,not sure if they are off the ground yet.
The projected costs are on the site .  Between£42 to £82 i think according to the model, with a few filaments to get started with.



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Could be worth a play at that sort of price Reg but at £390.000, I'll leave it to the likes of Phil ..................:mutley:mutley:mutley



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Peter, i've got three, I can let you have one for £250k now that's a bargain, i'll send you my bank account number :lol:

 

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Phil.c wrote: .............................. i'll send you my bank account number :lol:

 

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The contents of it might be more useful Phil.  You know how we pensioners struggle ............................:thumbs:thumbs



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sparky wrote: It appears to be early days for the company ,not sure if they are off the ground yet.
The projected costs are on the site .  Between£42 to £82 i think according to the model, with a few filaments to get started with.

They are kicking of very soon and the first 100 get it for 70 pounds. Jeff



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Sorry, just can't see a use for this.  I wouldn't be very impressed to receive one.

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And I was just going to send you one Terry :lol:

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Just send money Phil. :lol:

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col.stephens wrote: Sorry, just can't see a use for this.  I wouldn't be very impressed to receive one.

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In that case Terry, I suspect you may not receive one ........................:roll::roll::roll:

I, on the other hand, might find a use for it Phil - do you have my address ? :cheers



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Peter, my broadband signal is going...now it's go@(&^%$£"{+:lol:



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It won't be any use my asking for a quote for engraving my pair of Holland Royals then will it ........bother, I'll just have to take them to the local dog-tag shop .......................:cheers



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My signals just come back on :lol: As for your Royals I can book them in for 2018! ;-)

 

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