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After my recent purchase of another Zzap binder, all my issues are now contained in binders, bar the last 10 issues of Commodore Force (ie zzap 96 - 106)

It would be very nice to get a Commodore Force binder for these.

Has anybody got a spare Commodore Force they'd be willing to sell to me?
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I'd love another one myself actually; I've only got two but one of them in slightly damaged condition.

To be honest, I've hardly EVER seen them come up for sale, so I've been waiting a fair while to get a replacement.
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Oh dear, I really don't want to get into a bidding war with you! ;-(

What do you need two for anyway? There was only 16 issues of CForce and the spare 4 issues can go into the Zzap binder together with the last 8 Zzap issues! :)
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Mayhem wrote:I'd love another one myself actually; I've only got two but one of them in slightly damaged condition.

To be honest, I've hardly EVER seen them come up for sale, so I've been waiting a fair while to get a replacement.
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I've only put the Zzaps in the Zzap binders and CForce in the CForce binders you see ;)

I suppose I could double it up that way, but I never bothered :P
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Oh you bastard! ;-) So you are using more binders than you actually need (ie 2 binders aren't completely full of issues) when there's poor people out there with no binders at all! x-)
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:P

Well I bought the Zzap and CForce binders at the time you see straight from Newsfield/Impact and put the mags in as I got them.

As said, Zzap binders turn up every so often, but I've never seen CForce binders on eBay.
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Might just resign myself to trying to get another zzap binder to put my last CForces in then :(

And if a CForce binder does come up on eBay and you outbid me by about £50, maybe you can sell your somewhat broken binder to me? :)
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Oooooh maybe ;)

I mean I won't bid THAT high for one... even I know the value of some things ;)
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Mayhem wrote:Oooooh maybe ;)

I mean I won't bid THAT high for one... even I know the value of some things ;)
Well, the value of Commodore Force is closer to BIN than binder. 8) :wink:
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Do you lovingly stroke them? :)
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Of course he does, that's why one of them is a bit broken! ;-)
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:P

Actually I've hardly touched them in years. Apart from to check a few things content wise. A bit too flimsy sadly (same as the Superplay binders I have).
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