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S1 Circular b logo sticker

59 in stock


The communities logo presented as a 87mm circular 'b' logo sticker, with www.briskoda.net around the base.

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S2 WWW.BRISKODA.NET External sticker


Exterior text available in multiple colours. Sticker has the following letters: WWW.BRISKODA.NET

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S3 BRISKODA External sticker


Exterior text available in multiple colours. Sticker has the following letters: BRISKODA

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S4 Site Logo and Community

30 in stock


This is a landscape internal only sticker featuring the sites logo and 'The Skoda Forum and Community' wording underneath.

It measures 230mm x 50mm and it's internal adhesive only.

£2.99

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Trolley Token

160 in stock


A token for the gym locker or supermarket trolley.

The site logo is on one face, the otherside? A smiley face of course, to remind you, the drive home is yet to come.

Comes as single token with sprung key/catch release and keyring chain.

Can be used for a wide range of things beyond a trolley token!

£6.00

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Numberplate Surround

36 in stock


A black plastic number plate surround. Base is white stamped with

WWW.BRISKODA.NET

Price is per plate surround, so one item only.

Only the number plate surround is supplied.

Affixes using existing plate screws. Despite a huge number of holes, it's dependent on how your plate was first drilled. Some modification maybe required if your current numberplate screws do not align. i.e. you may need to drill two holes in the surround.

Carriage option is due to Royal Mail changes, these are neither a very large letter, and just scrape in as a small parcel.

£19.00

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BRISKODA Tax/Permit Disc Holder - Black

2 in stock


The original - and still the best, so accept no imitation!

The back is laser engraved with briskoda.net. Use them as a permit/tax/photo holder. Other uses have been parking permit holders and as a photo frame.

Each holder is precision CNC machined from billet aluminium and affixed with the supplied adhesive pads.

Supplied with 2 sets (8) of 3M fixing pads and a curved screen spacer which is essential for most cars.

Fitting
The red sticky pads are actually clear sticky pads. The red is the backing tape.

There is a clear hard plastic spacer, that fits with the sticky pads to space it on curved screens... I've never actually had to use it though. I think most of the SKODA screens are flat enough.

Figure out location, clean area and ensure dry.

With the sticky pads on each of the faux allen key bolt heads of the display face. With the back on work out which way/where I want it, ensuring level or jaunty angle to suit.

Remove the pads backing tape, then I push on firmly. I hold that firmly for a few minutes, one track on the radio is normally enough.

I've had one unit, original pads fitted to three cars on the original pads for a few years now, if clean and pressed firmly it will stick well. In extreme heat there is a chance it will fall off. Periodically check, once every new tax disc has done ok for us.

Once attached, carefully twist the back off, insert your tax/permit and then put the back, back on.

£19.00

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BRISKODA Tax/Permit Disc Holder - Titanium

8 in stock


The original - and still the best, so accept no imitation!

The back is laser engraved with briskoda.net. Use them as a permit/tax/photo holder. Other uses have been parking permit holders and as a photo frame.

Each holder is precision CNC machined from billet aluminium and affixed with the supplied adhesive pads.

Supplied with 2 sets (8) of 3M fixing pads and a curved screen spacer which is essential for most cars.

Fitting
The red sticky pads are actually clear sticky pads. The red is the backing tape.

There is a clear hard plastic spacer, that fits with the sticky pads to space it on curved screens... I've never actually had to use it though. I think most of the SKODA screens are flat enough.

Figure out location, clean area and ensure dry.

With the sticky pads on each of the faux allen key bolt heads of the display face. With the back on work out which way/where I want it, ensuring level or jaunty angle to suit.

Remove the pads backing tape, then I push on firmly. I hold that firmly for a few minutes, one track on the radio is normally enough.

I've had one unit, original pads fitted to three cars on the original pads for a few years now, if clean and pressed firmly it will stick well. In extreme heat there is a chance it will fall off. Periodically check, once every new tax disc has done ok for us.

Once attached, carefully twist the back off, insert your tax/permit and then put the back, back on.