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Picking new shinies
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RE: Picking new shinies
now thats funny in the ironic way , the mad hatter was my first rda too. they say great minds think alike Smile

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25-11-2016 04:39 PM
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RE: Picking new shinies
I was lured in by the hinged cap and the cool decal.
25-11-2016 05:15 PM
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RE: Picking new shinies
(25-11-2016 04:39 PM)Chuck-Drl Wrote:  now thats funny in the ironic way , the mad hatter was my first rda too. they say great minds think alike  Smile
Simple minds think alike[Image: tongue.gif]. TW - stick with the 13/9 and try higher ohm coils with it - I know you will enjoy - it is one of the best RDA's on the market and always will be - practice your MTL with it [Image: smile.gif]. Chuck how closed can you get the mad hatter airflow wise.
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RE: Picking new shinies
it has 2 cyclopse air flow , it can be choked down to neare zero if you like.

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25-11-2016 06:01 PM
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RE: Picking new shinies
Yeah the Mad Hatter looks really nice, and at just €14 at his B&M it seems a no-brainer. I'm still figuring out what else though.
25-11-2016 07:41 PM
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Don't think they have that in store but i'll see if they can get one in for Sunday. 

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You're a hero, Mike! And even if they can't get it in, I'm sure they've got something I need. 
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(25-11-2016 10:57 PM)Michael Wrote:  You're a hero, Mike! And even if they can't get it in, I'm sure they've got something I need. 

There you go - I was in a similar predicament when I visited France a few years back - I NEEDED many things - and it was because I would forever be able to say and know I got it from my trip.... I NEEDED a Harley Davidson Paris T shirt - I buy one at every city I travel to - and for 49€ I bought one - more than anything else from that trip, each and every time I put on that shirt, I'm reminded of that awesome trip....and yearn to go back.....she otoh keeps telling me she's now been there and wants to (I shouldn't say it) wants to go to the UK.....I want to go to France again - I speak better french than Scottish. Sarcastic_hand
25-11-2016 11:39 PM
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Don't all Canadian's speak French? Or just in Quebec?

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26-11-2016 12:35 AM
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Absolutement, non!

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