Recently purchased WORX WG779 Cordless walk behind mower for my lawn it's the best one for small lawns. It has many features, 3-cutting height manual adjustments, Easily accessible on/off button on the lever, Mows up to 5,500 sq. ft on a single charge, Includes dual Port charger with battery power level indicators. I'm happy to have it because it eases my work.
Magnetic buds. Bluetooth 5 compatible.
So far so good, I'm not expecting amazing sound quality for this price I just needed some for listening to music when cycling or in car plus using phone for navigation and even ASMR type stuff when in bed trying to sleep.
1 downside I have noticed is the volume buttons: up is at the bottom and down is at the top when wearing them I thought I was wearing them wrong but nope it's all orientated correct.
I did have a pair of Sony wired headphones from an old Walkman I was using but after about 25 years they finally stopped working last night.
Bought this lot a couple weeks ago but started installing it last week and this week.
4 off 4'6" concrete posts
6 off 6'x1' concrete boards
10 bags of post mix
Hit some snags digging the hole for the 3rd post, big thick stone and concrete so had to break it using my SDS to drill 12mm holes then change to chisels to break it, It worked but boy was it struggling it's only a 700watt which is more meant for drilling holes than breaking concrete and stone.
Due to that it took all day to dig that 1 hole, felt like wasted day to be honest. After that it just rained and rained and rained it
Wasn't until yesterday could get back to it.
So finally got the post installed and the concrete boards and today demolished the rest of the retaining wall and levelled off the ground ready to dig the next hole.
That postmix/post create is crazy it bubbles loads when tip it into the water and literally takes 5 mins before it's thick enough for the post to stand up itself. I was surprised.
Digging the hole behind the shed was a real back breaker no space to get proper angles.
That old wall is now gone ready for next stage.
The finished product. Not too bad took longer than a pro doing it but at least its straight and level.
With next doors fence being unlevel makes my job look wonky
Went for a ride earlier in the month and noticed my front wheel felt off. Did no hands to stretch my back a little and the handle bars wobbled bad. So when I got back home I investigated.
I stripped the wheel down and found the bearings were full of dirt and rust so cleaned it all off, but the bearings were worn, they had pitting on them and not only that the cups in the wheel were also full of rust and pits and no amount of cleaning removed it.
It's easy enough to replace bearings and cones but the cups are another matter since they are often glued into the wheel. I asked a couple of bike shops and they said be easier and quicker to buy a new wheel.
So that's what I did. I did want to get both a front and a back, but nowhere seems to sell them as a pair in 700c size.
At least I can go back out riding now.
So now keeping a lookout for the rears to come back in stock so I can have a matching pair.
Also needed some grease and a 6 bolt to center lock adapter, the wheel does come with its own but in my opinion its crap so bought a shimano one which is way better.