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  • mcgary911 commented on makendo's instructable Black Hole Table16 hours ago
    Black Hole Table

    Very cool. When I first checked it i figured that the infinity mirror part was between the table top and the bottom. That would be interesting to do and not too tough to test. Remove your 1 way mirror from the top of the existing rig in the bottom and get some mirror tint film from a window tint place and use it on the bottom of your tabletop. That would be a different look for sure. Heck, try it with both the bottom and new top 1 way glass. That could get really freaky. If it's a horrible affect, it's very easy to bring back to it's current state by peeling off the tint. Great job.

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  • Remove and replace the bezel on your Rolex Submariner.

    Charles, your wife is lucky to have a yachtmaster which features a platinum bezel and dial. Your wife is less lucky that she has to replace that platinum bezel. That stuff is expensive. You don't have to go to a Rolex dealer to get a legit Rolex repair. A good watch shop that fixes Rolex watches should be able to show you documentation that they have a legit Rolex parts account. That's a good assurance that you're getting the real deal. It'll still be expensive, but may save you a bit. Genuine dials are certainly sold privately, but there are a lot of fakes out there. Unless you have a good amount of knowledge, buy a bezel or watch locally and meet at a watch shop who has agreed to verify authenticity (for a fee). That way you can save a few bucks from a private sale and ensure you're g...see more »Charles, your wife is lucky to have a yachtmaster which features a platinum bezel and dial. Your wife is less lucky that she has to replace that platinum bezel. That stuff is expensive. You don't have to go to a Rolex dealer to get a legit Rolex repair. A good watch shop that fixes Rolex watches should be able to show you documentation that they have a legit Rolex parts account. That's a good assurance that you're getting the real deal. It'll still be expensive, but may save you a bit. Genuine dials are certainly sold privately, but there are a lot of fakes out there. Unless you have a good amount of knowledge, buy a bezel or watch locally and meet at a watch shop who has agreed to verify authenticity (for a fee). That way you can save a few bucks from a private sale and ensure you're getting the real deal. There's no cheap answer here, but I hope this helps.

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  • Remove and replace the bezel on your Rolex Submariner.

    Wow, lucky to find that even in the confines of your trunk. I'll admit, I had to look to see what a paramotor was. Very cool toy. Glad you're back in business watch-wise.

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