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So... my SatNav is a rather venerable TomTom One. I've had it so long because it "does the job it says on the tin". It must have paid ...
I started by making a base. It had to be as large as possible for stability, but then no bigger than what would fit on the dashboard of ...
The suction pad was stuck down to the base with duct tape. I could have glued it, I could have used a lot more duct tape, but I ...
The base board had just a little glue on its underside and is pushed down to the toe of the sock. It's just a little glue, so that ...
Here's the rubbery mat, and some gravel. The piece of mat gets cut down to fit. I consider using a rubbery contact adhesive to glue the mat to ...
When the glue's dry, I ram in lots of gravel. The SatNav is in place on its arm so that I can check that the bulk of the ...
'Ere's a bit o' wire to do up the neck. A bit of ribbon or string would have done just as well.
And there it is finished. Now from the side, it's true that it's not a "thing of beauty and a joy forever" but then neither is my car ...
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