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Glen Stillman replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion Kazz / Danarm Pro roller mower .
"Hi Andrew, no the roller on the kaaz danarm clones don't have a split differential (if that's the right phrase) like the weibangs and hayters.
I've got an older 19" lawnflite version, fantastic mower, particularly with the high lift blade, but at…"
2 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to John Evans's discussion Warm Winter Boots
"Hi John ,
I use Caterpillar navigator mid myself. Very please with them. More than a year out of them.. A mate of mine who sometimes does extra work on film sets swear by waterproof socks which I added a screen shot of. He too suffers from cold…"
5 hours ago
Ben Jakes replied to Simon Jones's discussion Patio help
"A proper relay of a patio is more expensive than the initial install. The slabs are the cheap bit- the labour is the expensive bit, and even then the slabs may not be salvageable if you did a good enough job of laying it in the first place!…"
9 hours ago
Ben Jakes replied to Paul foster's discussion Business for sale
"All these types of businesses have two values- true value, as stated already (tools at sensible secondhand prices), an sucker/dreamer value.
OP, don't be a sucker/dreamer."
10 hours ago
Dave Colton replied to John Evans's discussion Warm Winter Boots
"I like cofra boots, gortex and very light, had my . current pair 10 months and still watertight and warm,  I use the hurricane and brimin types.
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18 hours ago
Andrew . Perkins posted a discussion
Hi I've just picked up a Kazz / Danarm Pro 53 roller high speed model ( 2017 ) from my local dealer today , they were selling them cheap so thought why not even though I don't have to many gardens for them. Anyway all seem too be well with it but…
18 hours ago
John Evans posted a discussion
Looking for recommendations for winter gardening boots that will keep my feet warm and dry. I've been using Muck boots (usually Chore-Hi) but their durability is not what it was, and they are becoming expensive. I suffer badly with cold feet (and…
19 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Steven Mills's discussion Escallonia hedge reduction
"Probably OK to prune but any recovery won't be until next year....
There is a risk if the weather turns mild which will stimulate growth which might lead to dieback if subsequently frosty. If the weather stays cold then probably no issue.
Let the…"
20 hours ago
Steven Mills replied to Steven Mills's discussion Escallonia hedge reduction
"Thanks for the replies everyone.I think we'll give it a go and hope for the best!"
23 hours ago
Tim Wallach commented on Fleur Voice's blog post Spring Forward, Fall Back: Should We Abolish Daylight Saving Time?
"What impact do the shorter days have on your business?  Would you be in favour of abolishing the time change?
Shorter days are not a government imposition.  The weather and daylight are what dictates what I do, the 'time' is irrelevent."
yesterday
Adam Woods replied to Steven Mills's discussion Escallonia hedge reduction
" As long as it stays this sort of temp for a month or so you should be ok. If it goes down to frosted temps it may not recover well. We did one last year at around this time.....it died.....but that may have been due to its age"
yesterday
Alison Coxhead is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
yesterday
Billybop replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion Is anyone working either of these mowers? Feed back appreciated. ?
"I have the bosch GML50 a big cube thing which is crazy heavy and no DAB. Although I have DAB on it through a mini DAB radio velcroed to the top, which works well. Then I bought a little AEG job radio which is the most portable of them all. Also have…"
yesterday
Luke brooks replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion Is anyone working either of these mowers? Feed back appreciated. ?
"I can relate to a collection 
originally had a Bosch cubed site radio but it just stopped working after 7 years service 
double the price of my current hitachi radio as I had a deal with screwfix on the ususl drill &impact driver & radio bank…"
yesterday
Luke brooks replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion Is anyone working either of these mowers? Feed back appreciated. ?
"I bought the blue tooth ear defenders and they are very good 
emphasise on safety ear protection noise cancelling not really really loud for black sabbath or Abba depending on your music taste but can't hear a thing with noise cancelling so…"
yesterday
Billybop replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion Is anyone working either of these mowers? Feed back appreciated. ?
"that does surprise me as they already have a wide range of stihl branded clothing, kid's toys and all manner of random stuff. I suppose i could make my own stihl radio by cannabalising some broken cordless and ordering a few parts like a couple of…"
yesterday
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Warm Winter Boots

Looking for recommendations for winter gardening boots that will keep my feet warm and dry. I've been using Muck boots (usually Chore-Hi) but their durability is not what it was, and they are becoming expensive. I suffer badly with cold feet (and…

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