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2 minutes ago, SSTEEL said:

I've already ordered a T Shirt from when I spotted this on your Facebook, Mark, next will be a coffee mug for sure :)

That's awesome Mickey - Spreadshirt does not give me details of who orders so it's nice that you told me. Thanks for your support. Perhaps a pic of you wearing it when you get it would be cool lol :)

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23 hours ago, Mark said:

That's awesome Mickey - Spreadshirt does not give me details of who orders so it's nice that you told me. Thanks for your support. Perhaps a pic of you wearing it when you get it would be cool lol :)

Will do, I ordered the premium shirt with the forums logo, plus my business name underneath :)

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Oh cool!!!! Just got myself a nice T-shirt I'm going to look so spiffy with that on. I also assume that they will make me that much better at (attempting to) repair watches!!! lol


That's fantastic. If you can, please post a pic of you wearing it :)


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Free standard shipping.

Between these dates: March 24th – 26th, 2017

Use this coupon code: FS317

Cannot be combined with other discounts or coupon codes


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On 3/17/2017 at 2:30 PM, Mark said:

Free standard shipping.

Between these dates: March 24th – 26th, 2017

Use this coupon code: FS317

Which includes Int.l shipping, normally $10 :)

Rush over guys!

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52 minutes ago, Geo said:

Micky, I hope you haven't been wearing it since the 20th of March??? :unsure:

LOL, nope, it was washed a while ago, but only got round to wearing it again last night :) 

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