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How much Amps can I draw from the new clubworld seat?

How much Amps can I draw from the new clubworld seat?

Old May 17, 22, 2:00 pm
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Originally Posted by Geordie405 View Post
I wonder if the OP wants to bring a camel on board too?
And where is that damn giraffe valet!?
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Old May 17, 22, 2:05 pm
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Unspoken new rule in First is a dedicated 20 amp outlet to do with as you please (30 amps for GGL), hopefully this stops any members being exercised 😉
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Old May 17, 22, 2:18 pm
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Originally Posted by powershell View Post
Not going until June but really need to get a plan in place to ensure there are not surprises of any sort. Had issues with security already!
If you have until June, maybe consider an ocean liner and/or train for this trip? They'll be far more accommodating to your needs and you shouldn't have any issues at security either.
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Old May 17, 22, 2:27 pm
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Maybe a bit of lateral thinking is needed here.

- OP wants to cook.
- Electrical supply appears to be an insurmountable problem
- Therefore... take an AGA instead. Runs on solid fuel. Problem solved (well, that specific problem)
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Old May 17, 22, 2:40 pm
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It worries me that I made a mental note to check c21:15 for today's gibberish.
He has upped his Amperage substantially today.
And I still can't get 'how many amps for warmer' out of my head!

Tomorrows installment as he has now maxed out on cabin but could go for the full free standing 3kW convection oven on his lap.
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Old May 17, 22, 2:40 pm
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Originally Posted by Geordie405 View Post
I wonder if the OP wants to bring a camel on board too?
Only emotional support camels allowed.
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Old May 17, 22, 2:43 pm
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I ignored this thread for a day because the title made me think it was some dull nerdy thing. I kept seeing it at the top of the thread list so I decided to check it out.

Oh. My. God.
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Old May 17, 22, 2:56 pm
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Originally Posted by Sigwx View Post
Camels allowed, magic carpets too but no vapes. Greggs also allowed but only if they are ‘stowed’ in the flightdeck for ‘safe keeping’.

Oh and Ferraris plus Aston Martins also permitted.
Of course QR allows you to bring your falcon on board and as Aussies will appreciate, that is indeed a car!
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Old May 17, 22, 3:09 pm
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Originally Posted by blurt91 View Post
Of course QR allows you to bring your falcon on board and as Aussies will appreciate, that is indeed a car!
I actually had to check this and you can have upto a maximum of 6 in the economy cabin.

Dread to think the dykwia issues if they had to deny boarding to one
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Old May 17, 22, 3:56 pm
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Originally Posted by powershell View Post
ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM CABIN!

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Old May 17, 22, 4:42 pm
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I think now it’s time to stop feeding the beast. I’m out.

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Old May 17, 22, 5:19 pm
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Originally Posted by Ladyfliestheredwhiteandblues View Post
I think now it’s time to stop feeding the beast. I’m out.
I'm surprised its lasted this long. I've seen threads closed down for less before now. Wondering why this one's so special to be allowed to keep running. Its clearly a piss take.
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Old May 17, 22, 5:47 pm
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Originally Posted by 1Aturnleft View Post
I'm surprised its lasted this long. I've seen threads closed down for less before now. Wondering why this one's so special to be allowed to keep running. Its clearly a piss take.
Indeed...especially as I strongly suspect the OP was known as someone else in a past FT life. Say no more.
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Old May 18, 22, 1:55 am
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Originally Posted by HIDDY View Post
Indeed...especially as I strongly suspect the OP was known as someone else in a past FT life. Say no more.
Exactly my thoughts, except currently known as someone else.
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Old May 18, 22, 2:11 am
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Originally Posted by lavajava View Post
Exactly my thoughts, except currently known as someone else.
FT has sophisticated software to detect duplicate accounts.... developed by BA IT...
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