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    Lol, not bad. Someone should make a cook's digital with preset time modes.
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    i kindda like it..

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    It need an alarm for Miller time

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    With it being a grille timer , shouldn't it be on a mesh .................................................. .....................



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    Ha! That's awesome. Well done. GEDDIT?!
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    Now, if someone would customise the bezel of a Yachtmaster II in this fashion....

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    Ha! That's awesome. Well done. GEDDIT?!
    That was a bit half baked to be honest

    A rare moment for a good joke too .........

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    I saw that, how funny!


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    Just saw the "sauce resist". That is most excellent.
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