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TimWay4
21 hours ago, IST said:

Ordered on last Friday (at the evening), arrived on this Monday morning: Tetsuomo magazines with a Densha De Go card and a board game. I'm impressed by DHL.

 

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Where did you get a Densha De GO Card and Board game from? ^_^ 

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2 hours ago, TimWay4 said:

Where did you get a Densha De GO Card and Board game from? ^_^ 

 

Both of them are supplements of Tetsuomo magazines:

DDG card: https://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/B07NR8Q96J/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Board game: https://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/B07KZGKX7Q/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

The board game is for kids, but for a railway fan it is cool to play. Simple, but cool.

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fpav_2125
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Some stuff I bought in two websites from my country. 

 

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Now I bought some stuff from Amazon, that is for the next time.

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gavino200
1 hour ago, fpav_2125 said:

Some stuff I bought in two websites from my country. 

 

 

 

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Now I bought some stuff from Amazon, that is for the next time.

 

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Sascha

Passmo card arrived!!

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fpav_2125
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Some shipments arrived or delivered to local carrier last saturday and today.

 

From local seller and Amazon Japan. 

 

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DHL shipping speed is amazing (from May 30th until today) No extra cost or local taxes. 

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cteno4

Saw a good deal on getting all three in a bundle (one more or less free). These rulers have tiny slots cut in the a t the measurement lines so you can put a mechanical pencil in them to draw a perfect mark right on the measurement line. Also small holes at measurement lines on the t square so you can drag the t square along with a pencil in the hole draw a parallel cut line along a board. 

 

I had a little 6” one do the incra T square to do small bits and it’s reall nice just put the mechanical pencil in the slot and nice mark! No worries if the wood grain moves the tip some with marking at the edge and also easier for my eyes to get to the right mark as I can just count over with the pencil tip from a major mark. Trying to stop using tape measures after a spectacular fail of an expensive one last year being 1/16” off.

 

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So I got to use these this week in the shop some. It really is neat to not have to pay attention the pencil mark is nice and on the mark and straight. Just find the right slot and quick line thru. Still use the ruler with the adjustable stop to do multiple marks the same, but for first or individual marks it really is sweet. The angle/corner ruler is great as you just slap it on the corner of the wood and easy to flush the end and Mark right on the edge.

 

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nah00

From Muv-Luv I found two figures that I never thought I'd get: the Volks Tsukuyomi Mana and Hayase Mitsuki from the age Ultimate Characters series. Even though they're just fixed pose figures for the longest time they sold for a lot and were next to impossible to find. If only some of the A3 figures of the TSFs from the game were a little less expensive...

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Kamome

Couldn’t resist these couple of clearance items from a local hobby shop. My oldest son (age 5) spotted them and at ¥1800 each we were both quite taken with them. He’s a big Shinkalion fan and I’m not adverse to Japanese mechas.
 

He’s a little bit disappointed that they don’t transform like his plarail versions but they are a pretty well made, prepainted kit. It looks very similar to a Gun-pla type kit but with the train livery and other parts already painted.

 

It also looks like the sprue joins don’t meet any of the painted sections so very nicely thought out. There are some included stickers for windows and such and I’m not sure how well these a cut to fit precisely into the window recesses. It may require some painting should they not be accurate and the whole model looks like it’ll need some panel lining. 

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Martijn Meerts

So, with work being very busy and me having little time, I needed something to do which I can easily pick up, preferably with no additional tools needed and where progress can be booked even when you only have 15-30 minutes to work on ... So, 1 thing came to mind immediately, and it's something I've been wanting to do again for the longest time...

 

https://www.lego.com/en-nl/product/rough-terrain-crane-42082

 

Got delivered yesterday (bought it at a 40% discount, so great value), wanted to give it a quick start, ended up spending too much time on it, and probably messed it up already because towards the end of step 1, I was missing a piece, but had 1 too many of a very similar piece o.O

 

Also, my fingertips hurt like hell now, I forgot about that part 😄

 

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cteno4

Omg, massive! But fun!

 

jeff

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Martijn Meerts

It's a bit bigger than I thought it would be actually.. I mean, it says the boom fully extended and raised is about 1 meter tall, but that doesn't really tell you much until you actually see it 😉

 

The disadvantage of Lego though, is that you always end up just wanting more of it. But the nice thing is, these days you can buy / download instructions made by other people to make alternate models using only bricks in a specific set. There's also a conversion manual to turn this crane into a remote controlled version.

 

And of course, there's the Lego GBC 😄

 

 

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Martijn Meerts
On 11/18/2019 at 2:40 PM, Martijn Meerts said:

The disadvantage of Lego though, is that you always end up just wanting more of it.

 

Well, I have proven this statement is true.. With the recent black Friday thing, I noticed a sale on several Lego sets. Ended up buying the Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron (for half price), as well as the relative new Lego Technic Liebherr R9800 excavator set (for about 40% off)

 

 

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