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#1 (permalink)      3/26/2017 9:56:36 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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A couple of chromed turds welded together. Aren't we, like, totally over mech mods? They are sooo 2014.
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flux_ wrote:

A couple of chromed turds welded together. Aren't we, like, totally over mech mods? They are sooo 2014.


Shoulda stopped there :-\

Woah, mama!
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And in comes the mech enthusiast! A dying breed, indeed
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c'est en série ou parallèle ?
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flux_ wrote:

And in comes the mech enthusiast! A dying breed, indeed



you're a bit of a dick aren't you & you contradict yourself, if a pastime/hobby were dying it wouldn't have enthusiasts.

"nobody buy's mech mods anymore, in come the people that buy mech mods to tell me what I am, a dick"


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My basis theory is that the written word was literally a virus that made spoken word possible. [An aural virus so to speak.] : William S. Burroughs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqukFWVCt04
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mechs are GREEATTTTttttt no worries about chips (that never quite work or if they do last a few months before crapping out) or 'updating' just a good a old fashioned honest easy to fix circuit.

....... but this is offensive in every respect still some one will love it...
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Well, it does have an agricultural look to it. :P

I don't know about those mild steel Philips head screws...

I can actually see this thing selling.
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Wow, Arual, nice work coming in with your guns-a-blazing. If you would read my initial post, all was in jest. I was sooo joking.

In any case, I don't think I'm making a contradictory statement -- any general hobby would ultimately have their fair share of "sub-hobbies". Mech enthusiasts are currently a small subset of vapers, which has arguably decreased in numbers in the past few years.

So sorry you took so much offense to how I've mentioned that mech-enthusiasts are a dying breed. Goes to show how thin your skin really is! How could that bring so much offense as for someone to call the other a "dick"?

But, getting back to the mech arena topic: the dwindling offerings of mechanical tube mods in the past year alone would suggest the market's slumping demand. Or, it could be a chicken/egg kind of deal.
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flux to be honest yup I think vape shops are pointing noobs at vv/vw devices for some fairly obvious reasons safety and bigger margins...and a tube mod is pretty much a tube...I can't really justify new ones unless they look great (most don't) and my Panzers, Slugs, Abaddons etc are still going great guns so no real need unless something truly exceptional comes along.

Yes the days of 'mass mechs' are probably over but just like artisan beer and model kits they'll always be around.

...who knows a clone Nemi might be the collector Jap 'tin toys' of the future, a couple of people have made offers for my '869' FT Slug clone SKU 1928800 ...for more than it cost,in all fairness not a fortune more but more.
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flux_ wrote:

And in comes the mech enthusiast! A dying breed, indeed



Nope...quite the contrary!

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Hotdog72 wrote:

c'est en série ou parallèle ?



Good question, does anybody know if it is series or parallel?

For me, it looks like serial! Positive to atomizer, negative to switch...i think, like the Noisy Cricket 1!


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