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What did you get today?
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RE: What did you get today?
Piccies [Image: 20160329_192935_zpsmckqehu0.jpg][Image: 20160329_193057_zpsla8pzsqr.jpg]put my new 321ss, that I also got today, to good use with an fc coil coming in at .1.. off set to allow the 's' wick room. 
This thing is soooooooooo good! 

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29-03-2016 06:42 PM
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RE: What did you get today?
So on sale less than 1/2 price. I had to. Dual 18650 Yihi 350j- nice chip - fuggly mod. Now who knows this mod?


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29-03-2016 09:38 PM
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RE: What did you get today?
Didn't know there was a Fugly mod.

But you're right, it is Tongue

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30-03-2016 07:13 AM
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RE: What did you get today?
Thought I would share this neat little kit I found at Walmart. It's a men's grooming kit but works well for rewicking and I imagine for coil building as well. it also comes with a nice little carrying case. It's by Revelon and just called the Men's Series

$13 at Walmart

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30-03-2016 01:22 PM
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RE: What did you get today?
Scissors wouldn't probably hold up to very thick (i.e. twisted, Clapton) coil builds for what it's worth. And don't use those tweezers while you're firing the mod during the build.
30-03-2016 01:29 PM
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RE: What did you get today?
(30-03-2016 01:29 PM)TinWhisker Wrote:  Scissors wouldn't probably hold up to very thick (i.e. twisted, Clapton) coil builds for what it's worth. And don't use those tweezers while you're firing the mod during the build.

This is just to get me started. I do plan on getting ceramic tipped tweezers eventually. The scissors I just use on the cotton was thinking the toe nail clippers would work ok on the wire I'm currently using, 24 awg stainless. I'm just starting out building my coils so they won't be anything fancy yet Smile

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30-03-2016 01:34 PM
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RE: What did you get today?
My electrical cleaner spray came today so i've cleaned the snow wolf so hopefully this will sort the problem out with it
30-03-2016 01:36 PM
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RE: What did you get today?
(30-03-2016 01:34 PM)mike.williams Wrote:  
(30-03-2016 01:29 PM)TinWhisker Wrote:  Scissors wouldn't probably hold up to very thick (i.e. twisted, Clapton) coil builds for what it's worth. And don't use those tweezers while you're firing the mod during the build.

This is just to get me started. I do plan on getting ceramic tipped tweezers eventually. The scissors I just use on the cotton was thinking the toe nail clippers would work ok on the wire I'm currently using, 24 awg stainless. I'm just starting out building my coils so they won't be anything fancy yet Smile

I don't use ceramic tipped tweezers, to be honest. I just don't use them when it's actually firing. So far it's been fine. And you could clip the wire with the toenail clippers, but cropping down the extra once its' mounted may be tough depending on how much room you have on the deck and stuff.
30-03-2016 01:41 PM
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RE: What did you get today?
(30-03-2016 01:41 PM)TinWhisker Wrote:  
(30-03-2016 01:34 PM)mike.williams Wrote:  
(30-03-2016 01:29 PM)TinWhisker Wrote:  Scissors wouldn't probably hold up to very thick (i.e. twisted, Clapton) coil builds for what it's worth. And don't use those tweezers while you're firing the mod during the build.

This is just to get me started. I do plan on getting ceramic tipped tweezers eventually. The scissors I just use on the cotton was thinking the toe nail clippers would work ok on the wire I'm currently using, 24 awg stainless. I'm just starting out building my coils so they won't be anything fancy yet Smile

I don't use ceramic tipped tweezers, to be honest. I just don't use them when it's actually firing. So far it's been fine. And you could clip the wire with the toenail clippers, but cropping down the extra once its' mounted may be tough depending on how much room you have on the deck and stuff.

The lush has a decent sized deck. I haven't actually tried building on it yet, my B&M built my first set of coils for me to get me started. I do have a good pair of wire cutters which I can use if the clippers don't work well. I just liked the idea of having pretty much everything in a nice small package.

I do plan on eventually getting the Coil Master kit.

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30-03-2016 01:47 PM
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RE: What did you get today?
Sorry about the small package. We can't all be me, I suppose.

Anyway, it's a fun hobby isn't it? I really like building. I've heard that Coil Master kit is pretty cool.
30-03-2016 01:54 PM
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