The official : "what have you bought today" topic

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commendatore
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by commendatore

audiophilitis wrote:How long does the battery last on those HR straps?


I got 7 hours out of it before I tossed it on the charger, no indication it was low although I suspect it was close. For me the battery life is pretty unimportant because I've found the accuracy and lag make it near useless. Mine is going back.

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@ wpccrunner

Congratulations!
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dereksmalls
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by dereksmalls

40 tooth Stronglight chainring for the CX bike so I can run 40/34 up front

dereksmalls
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by dereksmalls

Cuki wrote:Two tasty AX Lightness components today, Phoenix Saddle and 2100 Seatpost.

Matte black decals to go with my 2014 SuperSixEvo Black Inc.



Very nice. Is your bike inthe gallery section?

danbjpa
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Bought - 01/jan
Sent - 03/jan
Received - today (!!!!!) :evil:

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Elrey
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by Elrey

Well... it's vintage.

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@ danbjpa

I'm thinking your postal service is really bad. Remember how long it took for you to receive the WW jersey after I sent it to you?
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danbjpa
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@prendrefeu

yah! Brazil s#cks. Was not so. I'm still waiting for a t-shirt bought since 13/dez (if it's still exist - ok, without tracking)

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by headwind816

Enduro PFBB30 angular bearings red for my Evo ... 113 grams

Bogan
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MCFK Expander and Top Cap
New Ultimate Seatpost clamp
And best of all.......
A Tune Speedneedle. Yay!
MAMIL? Never. O.F.I.L. yeh! (Old F**ker in Lycra)

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g_doraz
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by g_doraz

Bogan wrote:And best of all.......
A Tune Speedneedle. Yay!


Jealous.


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TT bike: Trek Speed Concept

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Stolichnaya
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Alchemy ORC / ELF for Campy - 20/28 anno red
DT Swiss Aerolite spokes
Corima Aero tubular rims
Pics upon arrival.

illskittlz
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Kayrehn wrote:Finally got my hands on the Asian fit model of the Evade today. Coming from a small size Giro Prolight, the Evade sits lower (just above the brow) something I'll have to get used to. Can feel the weight a little too but it's not too bad. Ventilation is definitely more than adequate and lowering the head a little invite jets of air into the helmet via the vents at the top.

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Hi, can you tell me where you bought this helmet? I wanted to get one of the standard US ones but it didn't fit my head well. My head is too round for it apparently. I would like to order one of these Asian fit ones. Please let me know. Thank you.

illskittlz
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by illskittlz

Kayrehn wrote:Finally got my hands on the Asian fit model of the Evade today. Coming from a small size Giro Prolight, the Evade sits lower (just above the brow) something I'll have to get used to. Can feel the weight a little too but it's not too bad. Ventilation is definitely more than adequate and lowering the head a little invite jets of air into the helmet via the vents at the top.

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Hey I got your PM about this but for some reason it won't allow me to reply to your message. I tried to email you at the email you have on your profile. If that is not a correct email, PM me again and leave me your email. Thank you.

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You probably have too few posts to reply.

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