• You are viewing the forum as a Guest, please login (you can use your Facebook, Twitter, Google or Microsoft account to login) or register using this link: Log in or Sign Up
  • You can now follow UKAPS on Instagram.

Aqua Journal (in English)

ulster exile

Member
Joined
6 Jul 2007
Messages
351
Location
Birmingham, UK
I wonder if anybody here has sourced a decent supply of Aqua Journals in English (my Japanese isn't upto much :? ). I know Aquaessentials do them for £6.99 each, but as I'm far from loaded I can't really afford to be paying these sorts of prices tbh.

Having seen the magazines in the flesh at TGM I can imagine spending hours pouring over them (not literally of course).

I realise the AE price may be a standard price, given that they're no longer printed (I think) but it would be ever so nice if there was a secret stash somewhere that I could buy into :lol: Oh and if anyone has any cheap Victorian 4 bed villas with a couple of acres of countryside to go with it, I have a couple of pounds change in my pocket spare for that too :lol:
 

Dan Crawford

Founder
UKAPS Team
Joined
21 Jun 2007
Messages
3,264
Location
Daventry, Northants
As far as im aware it's all about TGM and AE. Someone may have one you could borrow but as far as secret stashes i don;t know of any and trust me the stash would be empty if I knew about it LOL
 

George Farmer

Founder
UKAPS Team
Joined
30 Jun 2007
Messages
7,077
Location
Cambridgeshire
I've got my secret stash back from Jeremy Gay, after about 6 months of waiting!

£6.99 isn't cheap, but the originals are expensive too because of the higher quality printing etc. The paper is better than most books.
 

ulster exile

Member
Thread starter
Joined
6 Jul 2007
Messages
351
Location
Birmingham, UK
Oh well it was worth a shot :lol: Having seen and felt the Journal I do agree it is good quality. I think one of the things that surprised me when I had a quick gander was seeing things like drop checkers mentioned in 1999 when they seemed (to me) to pretty much explode as a "new" piece of kit not all that long ago.
 

George Farmer

Founder
UKAPS Team
Joined
30 Jun 2007
Messages
7,077
Location
Cambridgeshire
ulster exile said:
...drop checkers mentioned in 1999 when they seemed (to me) to pretty much explode as a "new" piece of kit not all that long ago.

They've been around since the 80s. The 4dKH solution is relatively new, although Dennerle have supplied their own vials of dropper solution for years too.
 

Similar threads

Top