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http://www.kogan.com/au/buy/kogan-2000w-steam-iron/ Not a top quality brand, though. You can tell because they have the large water tank built in.
Gents I have $375 worth of Georg Jensen store credit that I would like to get rid of for, say, $325. It's valid at the Melbourne Collins Street store only. If anyone is interested let me know. Valentine's Day is approaching... If you believe in that kind of thing!
I've got a small tear in my Kent Wang umbrella which is a shame, anyone know where I can get an umbrella repaired in Melbourne? Henry Bucks seem to offer such a service, but I suspect that the cost will almost exceed that of the umbrella itself, like everything else they offer...
Really? I am surprised, my SG works 10x better than any iron I have encountered. Each to their own!
Get yourself a steam generator. Anyone who irons their own shirts should have one of these. Saves so much time, and makes it much, much easier to iron things like linens and shirts with high thread counts.One of the best purchases I've ever made.
I have the end on end, and chambray. I think there is definitely a case to own both. The chambray is significantly different in colour. It's also quite a bit coarser and heavier. It doesn't crease nearly as much as a regular linen. For me, the chambray makes it's way out on 24-29 C days, but over that it would be too hot and I'd reach for a softer, lighter linen. Got my chambray with brown coconut buttons and a hidden BD collar, looks awesome. The end on end I went...
Went into RMW today and I think I got my size down which is nice - might not have to order MTO after all. Any opinions on the Comfort Craftsmen insole and sole v regular Craftsmen? I topy all my shoes anyway, but I have heard that the Comfort sole isn't particularly sturdy. I could always stick a regular or ribbed Vibram topy on a pair of leather soled Craftsmen's. I do like the idea of the softer insole on the Comfort Craftsmen, though. I generally stick an insole into...
Mm I am torn between Yearling Chestnut & Roo Chestnut. I like the Camel Chesnut too but I think I'll save those for a second pair. Veal is too delicate. I'm not going to be pairing them with a suit, not my thing. Jeans, chinos, and informal trousers. I prefer the colour of the yearling chestnut (http://cdn.styleforum.net/a/a0/a0d6d2c9_900x900px-LL-3ea50b96_DSC_9477.jpeg - I wouldn't shine them up this much though), but it seems like the Roo would have more waterproofing...
I'm going to order some MTO RMWs for winter here in Melb. Is there a consensus best/cheapest place to put in an order in Melbourne/Australia? Most of the info in the RMW thread seems to be US centric. I was looking at http://www.bootsonline.com.au/ since they have a storefront in Burnley.
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