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Greenbay 1-Tier Replacement Top Fabric for 3x3m Gazebo Pavilion Roof Canopy Ivory

FeaturesRoof fabric ONLY, NO frame. -Condition: brand new -180gsm polyester fabric with PA coated to block harmless UV. -With rain hole on the top fabric and hot-air taped for top sewing place. -Fit our 3x3m gazebo. Please measure your gazebo before placing order. -The colour may varies under different light condition. -Style: 1-tier -Colour: Ivory

Recommend for our 3x3m single tier or double tier gazebos below(ASIN): B00VE901GY B00VE8Y57G B00VE9WKHW B00VE9TW96 B00VEA9PC4 B00VEA7HTM We cannot guarantee that our fabric fit others’ gazebo. Please measure your gazebo carefully first.

Buyers in Channel Island (GY &JE), Isle of Wight (PO30-PO41), Isle of Man (IM), Northern Ireland (BT), ZE, HS, KW, BFPO, KA26&27&28, TR21-25, AB31&above,DD3-DD11,DG3-DG9,EH35-EH46,FK14,FK18-FK21,G83-G84,IV,KA6&18&19,KY9&10,KY14-16,ML11&12,TD1-TD14,PA20 &above, PH3&above,and ALL other offshore islands,Scottish Borders & Highland need to pay additional postage. For buyers in those areas,please check ASIN: B06ZXQYKJ5 to pay for postage.We would not ship your order out if you’re not willing to pay for additional postage.Your understanding will be highly appreciated.

We could not do express shipping to these remote areas.And we could not ship to BFPO, PO Box address.

Please make sure it will not be left outside under any bad weathers as rains or wind may destroy it.

  • Replacement top cover for 3x3m Gazebo
  • With rain hole on the top fabric and hot-air taped for top sewing place.
  • 180gsm polyester fabric with PA coated to block harmless UV.
  • 1-Tier fabric ; Colour: Ivory
  • Recommend for our 3x3m single tier or double tier gazebos below(ASIN): B00VE901GY B00VE8Y57G B00VE9WKHW B00VE9TW96 B00VEA9PC4 B00VEA7HTM .

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The UK might be kicked out of EU plans to build an alternative to GPS

The UK’s decision to part ways with the European Union has reached a new frontier: space. According to reports from The Financial Times, the EU is trying to exclude the UK from its EUR10 billion Galileo project; an ongoing plan to launch 30 satellites that will provide an alternative to the US-controlled global positioning system (GPS).

According to the FT, British companies are likely to be excluded from building components for Galileo satellites, and the UK military may be barred from using the encrypted positioning data these spacecraft will provide. As the paper notes, the creation of a GPS alternative is of “significant strategic and commercial importance” to the UK, and plans outlined by the European Commission (the legislative branch of the EU) would damage not only Britain’s aerospace industry, but its national security as well.

The Commission is arguing that because the UK has yet to finalize a security agreement with the EU it cannot be involved with the Galileo project.

Doing so would “irretrievably compromise” the system’s highly sensitive data, says the Commission, which is intended for the use of EU member states only.

Like GPS, Galileo satellites will produce navigation and mapping data for millions of devices, including consumer products and military craft.

The UK’s defense secretary, Gavin Williamson, reportedly “hit the roof” when he found out about the Commission’s plans, with a senior UK figure describing them as “outrageous.” From a national security perspective, having access to an alternative to GPS is advantageous, especially as the Trump administration’s actions have weakened confidence in America’s defense guarantee in Europe.

From a commercial perspective the news is equally grim, with the lock-out likely to scupper UK ambitions to generate GBP40 billion in annual sales from the aerospace industry by 2030.

Galileo contracts are estimated to have provided GBP1 billion (£1.4 billion) in revenue to British firms to date, and some in the UK space industry claim the Commission’s plans are intended to redistribute these contracts to French rivals.

“I suspect they are just saying to themselves that there is a short term opportunity to grab work share,” one industry executive told the FT. “Eventually we will sort it all out and have good security co-operation with the UK but only in six months’ time after we have grabbed the work.”

The UK government is reportedly scrambling to find ways to stay involved in Galileo. “The government has been clear that we want our critical role in this important project, which will help strengthen European security, to continue as we develop our deep and special partnership with the EU,” a spokesperson for business secretary Greg Clark told The Register.

Here’s a rugged coffee maker that runs off power tool batteries

Japanese power tools manufacturer Makita has released a new rugged coffee maker that runs on battery power. The CM501DZ uses the same lithium ion battery packs as various Makita tools; the company says the largest 18V BL1860 battery is good for brewing about 640ml, or 5.3 cups.

Makita released its first cordless coffee maker a few years ago, and naturally now also sells various flavors of coffee pods for the machines. You can, however, use them with regular ground coffee, in case you want to brew artisanal blends in the middle of nowhere.

The Asahi Shimbun says Makita expects the new model to be popular with construction workers on building sites.

I expect it to be popular with me on my apartment’s roof.

It’s out now in Japan for 11,900 yen (£112), battery not included.

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