10 Items Worth Every Penny

Missoni

Fellow Traveller
Borrowing the title from a well known Horology Forum "What 10 items of yours, do you consider worth every penny"?

My list, in no particular order...

- Table Top FM Radio
- Refrigerator
- Toaster
- Mattress
- Blundstone Boots
- Japanese Seamless Boxers
- Seiko SKX or maybe Alpinist
- Apple MacBook Pro
- Trek Cycle (25 year old steel cheapie)
- Prescription lenses / glasses
 
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Wayne

Forum Sod
Gillette 7 o clock Yellow blades
Adidas Samba trainers
Wifes Wedding ring
The Carstairs, It Really hurts me girl, 7" Promo vinyl
Loake Royale Brogues
Vasectomy
My bi annual trip to Soul in the sun Tenerife
TomTom satnav
That's about it.
 
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Nick_S

Forum GOD!
1) Loake shoes/boots
2) Canon 50mm 1.4 prime lense
3) Fisherman's Friends
4) Fender Stratocaster
5) Sennheiser headphones
6) Shure SM57 microphones
7) My specs, for without them I'd be as blind as a bat
8) Codeine for my various injuries and ailments, it allows me to lead a relatively normal life
9) A good mattress
10) Glenfarclas whisky
 

TobyC

Patriot
1) Loake shoes/boots
2) Canon 50mm 1.4 prime lense
3) Fisherman's Friends
4) Fender Stratocaster
5) Sennheiser headphones
6) Shure SM57 microphones
7) My specs, for without them I'd be as blind as a bat
8) Codeine for my various injuries and ailments, it allows me to lead a relatively normal life
9) A good mattress
10) Glenfarclas whisky
Forgot about me glasses, no way I could even use the computer without 'em!!! :thumbsup:
 

Batch300

Extraordinarily Uncomplicated
1) Allergy & Asthma meds, Xanax
2) Fulton beer
3) Australian made UGG boots
4) Technivorm coffee maker
5) BBQ grill
6) Heaven's Door Whisky (Bob Dylan)
7) High Speed Internet
8) 200+ horse power cars
9) Foam mattress
10) Apple computers and iPad's
Since friends are priceless - not included above
 
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N_Architect

Travel, See, Feel, Explore
1. My passport.
2. The house I was born and currently live in.
3. The Parker Jotter ball pen with which I have written all papers and final exams when I was a student in Sunderland Poly and Newcastle University.
4. Nitecore flashlight TM26 + Spyderco Gayle Bradley folder.
5. The 400Gb of data I have in my OneDrive cloud space, including my entire photography archive plus the 1,000+ stored business cards from my professional network in North America, Europe and Asia.
6. My Canon 1D Mk II N [or] the Sony a6400 I will buy later this year.
7. The next luxury/tool watch purchase, once I get a new project assignment. Precious metal or not, we shall see.
8. All my Tangerine Dream LPs.
9. Capsule espresso coffee maker (now Illy, next year may be Nespresso).
10. Grooming: Stork Ti handle + EJ/Mühle R89 head, Dovo nail clippers, Mason Pearson brush.
 

Nick_S

Forum GOD!
Open heart surgery
Wife
Kids
Grandkids
Boar brushes
Laptop
Against all Grain <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< :notworthy:
Springtime
Freedom
Guns
I saw grandkids and wondered, then it hit me, kids cost an arm and a leg to raise, so the cost to get oneself a grandchild is pretty astronomical....I'd agree, kids are worth every penny (yet to be a grandfather at 36, and hope not to be for a while).
 

les24preludes

Legendary Member
My apartment in Kensington
A piano of any kind
Music software e.g. Garageband, Logic
My basses - double bass and el-basses
My self-built audio system, all directly heated vintage triodes.
My Mac Pro
My Mazzer Major coffee grinder and Gaggia espresso machine
My golf clubs
My incredibly comfortable mattress
My small workshop and all the tools, tubes and electrical parts in it.
 

Rufusdog

Forum GOD!
- My dog.
- My (2nd) wife
- Jockey Original Y-front underpants.
- M&S pure lambs wool jumper.
- Tivoli radio.
- A week on Sark visiting friends.
- A sushi dinner.
- shavemac shaving brushes, especially with Finest knot.
- Pajar winter boots.
- Mountain Hardware waterproof down winter coat.
 
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