MFM Official Tok Kok thread

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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby moeyhc » Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:07 pm

azlan96 wrote:eh, got this haunted house in Taman Tenaga, anyone check edi?

http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/1672103

Anyone have the balls to go there? location 3.056392,101.632043 :-' :-'


Why got balls only can go there. I thou' got Joss-stick, chicken, pau.... go there can get numbers for ToTo, 4D, ..etc... right?.... Balls also can meh?.... :mrgreen: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby tlchuan » Fri Apr 27, 2012 1:41 pm

any brother 0r sister here buy share ?

can share how it work :mrgreen:
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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby ayam390 » Tue Jul 03, 2018 3:46 am

After 6 years and 2 months.....
Anyone still here??
Now is world cup 2018 Belgium vs Japan, 2-2, seems like will be extra time....
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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby user66 » Tue Jul 03, 2018 4:16 pm

hello bro ayam390..
i oso long time no visit..lucky still remember username and psswd :mrgreen:

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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby ayam390 » Wed Jul 04, 2018 4:19 am

Me too! Bro 66,
Long time never log in!
just go to malsingmaps and download their latest map yesterday, most of their kampung road are not up to date....

Don't know all the old timer here still "alive" or not..... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby wblee » Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:50 am

need more new bird to join and contribute ...

phone gps hardware seems lot better than garmin devices now..
but couldn't found an app that have the trace back feature like garmin.
anyone have idea on that? or has similar app to recommend?

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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby cwyap » Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:51 am

I too am still around :lol:

Not active here in MFM but still on the look out for goodies to be shared here.

Cheers!
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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby cwyap » Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:56 am

I prefer a dedicated handheld GPS device anytime over a smart device's built-in GPS as the latter is power draining, and smart devices are not as robust as a real GPS device especially when it comes to outdoor trips into the nature.

Of course, GPS apps have a lot of functionalities and impressive features but I rather have reliability and robustness anytime. Which is why I still travel with my faithful Garmin 60CSx though its rubber skin is cracking up and it occasionally throws tantrum (hangs).


wblee wrote:need more new bird to join and contribute ...

phone gps hardware seems lot better than garmin devices now..
but couldn't found an app that have the trace back feature like garmin.
anyone have idea on that? or has similar app to recommend?
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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby wblee » Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:26 am

cwyap wrote:I prefer a dedicated handheld GPS device anytime over a smart device's built-in GPS as the latter is power draining, and smart devices are not as robust as a real GPS device especially when it comes to outdoor trips into the nature.

Of course, GPS apps have a lot of functionalities and impressive features but I rather have reliability and robustness anytime. Which is why I still travel with my faithful Garmin 60CSx though its rubber skin is cracking up and it occasionally throws tantrum (hangs).


wblee wrote:need more new bird to join and contribute ...

phone gps hardware seems lot better than garmin devices now..
but couldn't found an app that have the trace back feature like garmin.
anyone have idea on that? or has similar app to recommend?


yes. I agree with you and that is the advantages of Garmin device, I was having a etrex HCX but now die. I am a hiker too so i know Garmin feature well. but just think that Garmin seems not improve much on the hardware and also quite expensive compare to others.

now still not decide to get a new unit or not....

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Re: MFM Official Tok Kok thread

Postby cwyap » Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:40 am

wblee wrote:yes. I agree with you and that is the advantages of Garmin device, I was having a etrex HCX but now die. I am a hiker too so i know Garmin feature well. but just think that Garmin seems not improve much on the hardware and also quite expensive compare to others.

now still not decide to get a new unit or not....


Me too am considering getting a replacing Garmin handheld but not keen on the expensive Garmin models, budget allows perhaps only the eTrex 30 (Aeco Technologies is selling for RM1,225).
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