Post your FUTURE purchase.

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  1. Datamonger

    Datamonger Notebook Evangelist

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    If there's also a line run for the stove, get a gas stove. Even if there's already an electric stove present, switch to gas. It's absolutely worth it.
     
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  2. Jarhead

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    It has an electric one, though my house in SC has gas. It’s nice, though it’s a bit low on my priority list for the new house.
     
  3. Fishon

    Fishon I Will Close You

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    I agree with @Datamonger on this one. You should make it an essential change as not only cooking on electrical more expensive, it's nearly impossible to properly control temps. Cooking is an absolute nightmare on electric.
     
  4. Jarhead

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    I mean, eventually I will. It's just not on the top of my list for now.

    Plus, I will be bringing a gas grill from my mom's house when I move it.
     
  5. Datamonger

    Datamonger Notebook Evangelist

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    It's probably the worst on these fancy glass cooktop stoves. The heating elements are just on or off with no inbetween like the older coil-type electric stoves. We'd replace out stove with a gas one if we weren't planning to leave VA once my mother retires.

    I completely get where you're coming from. Any stove is better than no stove.
     
  6. radji

    radji Farewell, Solenya...

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    Battery on my HTC 10 has been fading (among other things). Was able to get a new-ish one from Newegg. But when I opened up the phone I find major corrosion on all the copper heatsinks and ic connectors. Was able to clean everything off but its time for a new phone.

    Have narrowed it down to the Razer Phone 2 or the Vivo NEX.
     
  7. Jarhead

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    Some sort of electric lawnmower.
     
  8. Flying Endeavor

    Flying Endeavor Notebook Consultant

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    Hopefully a gaming laptop, probably Alienware :)
     
  9. Simmytu

    Simmytu Notebook Enthusiast

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    A good ol' Comanche helicopter /s
    On a more serious note, a compressor, sealant and source cooling refrigerant from somewhere for a Samsung fridge.
     
  10. Flying Endeavor

    Flying Endeavor Notebook Consultant

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    Aw... I would also like to buy a Comanche.. xD Even better though if we could also buy an Apache Longbow :D

    Must also buy a 144 HZ gaming monitor...
     
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