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    Default Ebay success!

    A Viceroy Sharpedge 12 16 heading my way!

    Always wanted one!

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    What ever is the point
    Brexit: ‘taking back’ what we had never lost, in order to lose everything we had...

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    No cutting jibes please.

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    I looked them up and there's one on Gumtree: https://www.gumtree.com/p/grinders/v...ble/1317295318

    £700 - ouch!

    (There's another at £450 but they're all three phase from what I can see.)

    I see that there are some at £250 or so but they're still three phase mostly.

    Ill carry on saving for a Tormek
    Semper aliud

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    Quote Originally Posted by john_morris_uk View Post
    I looked them up and there's one on Gumtree: https://www.gumtree.com/p/grinders/v...ble/1317295318

    £700 - ouch!

    (There's another at £450 but they're all three phase from what I can see.)

    I see that there are some at £250 or so but they're still three phase mostly.

    Ill carry on saving for a Tormek
    I won mine for £40.

    Its 3 phase, so I either need a converter or to change the motor for a single phase one.

    It'll cost me best part of £100 on a pallet to get it from Essex to my house on Isle of Wight.

    I reckon it'll be up and running for a couple of hundred pounds.

    There was one in the woodworking lab at school, we weren't allowed to touch it, so I guess this is me finally getting chance to use one 35 years later.

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    Ebay seller just cancelled my purchase and refunded my paypal, he says his unit was broken into and machiner stolen. I reckon he's just miffed he only got one £40 bid and wants more.

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    Ask for the crime number

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurai View Post
    Ask for the crime number
    Argh, its not worth the bother, he's a git, I told him so, he sent back a great long whinge.

    i'll wait for another.

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    At least he's a little honest.

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    Had one at school too, bought along with a socking great wood lathe. We were unsupervised on both, but don't remember anybody getting hurt. Lots of salade bowls

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