Chrono Concept 5

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Chrono Concept 5 by Gadjet0 May 15, 2016



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This is another version of the Chronograph Concept this time smaller without the battery space and switch.

This would suit a connection to a laptop whilst in use or using Bluetooth with a smartphone and an external USB battery power supply.

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Your blog has a bad ssl cert, can't visit it currently!

That's strange, it works fine for me, can you try a different browser?

It seems the redirect from http://www.gadjet.co.uk/ goes to https://gadjetsblog.blogspot.co.uk/, and the SSL cert there isn't suitable for the redirect

If I go directly to https://gadjetsblog.blogspot.co.uk/ and add an exception it works, but ultimately, would probably require the SSL cert to be recreated. Looks like the issue is with the redirect itself.

Using latest Firefox/Waterfox

Not that I don't believe you :-) but so far you're the only one that's reported this issue, I will pass it on the the people that host the re-direct but I don't hold out much hope that they'll even reply !

Ouch! That good huh!

I'll see if I can find specifics for you so you can make a better case!

Here we go:

www.gadjetsblog.blogspot.co.uk uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is only valid for the following names: .googleusercontent.com, .apps.googleusercontent.com, .appspot.com.storage.googleapis.com, .blogspot.com, .bp.blogspot.com, .commondatastorage.googleapis.com, .content-storage-download.googleapis.com, .content-storage-upload.googleapis.com, .content-storage.googleapis.com, .doubleclickusercontent.com, .ggpht.com, .googledrive.com, .googlesyndication.com, .googleweblight.com, .local.amp4mail.googleusercontent.com, .prod.amp4mail.googleusercontent.com, .safenup.googleusercontent.com, .sandbox.googleusercontent.com, .storage-download.googleapis.com, .storage-upload.googleapis.com, .storage.googleapis.com, .storage.select.googleapis.com, .translate.goog, .validator.amp4mail.googleusercontent.com, blogspot.com, bp.blogspot.com, commondatastorage.googleapis.com, doubleclickusercontent.com, ggpht.com, googledrive.com, googleusercontent.com, googleweblight.com, manifest.lh3.googleusercontent.com, static.panoramio.com.storage.googleapis.com, storage.googleapis.com, storage.select.googleapis.com, translate.goog, unfiltered.news