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#11 (permalink)      11/1/2014 6:28:13 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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You dont understand!
#12 (permalink)      11/1/2014 7:11:03 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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i don't understand ?
surely too hard .

and you , what have you learn ? ( i answer you )

i have saying it's telesopic ? and if i have saying we can do that cheaper than the best price here , it's a problem to do that telescopic ?


i don't understand , that's true 0.

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#14 (permalink)      11/2/2014 1:41:17 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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No, is that i understand u not well. It would be well when is telescopic. Far better than the static one now!
And for a cheaper price, more ...
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There was a post about how this is a clone knock off of some other wire jig on some german site, cant find it now but if he's reading this. You're an idiot cause this is nothing more than a wire wrap mandrel that have been around forever and can be had in pretty much any art supply store and they actually come with the same diamater sizes as this one . So :P !!!! lol


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synapses11 wrote:

There was a post about how this is a clone knock off of some other wire jig on some german site, cant find it now but if he's reading this. You're an idiot cause this is nothing more than a wire wrap mandrel that have been around forever and can be had in pretty much any art supply store and they actually come with the same diamater sizes as this one . So :P !!!! lol


100% true. Perusing fleabay and the like, these are common. While I don't think this item would be easier to use than a drill bit, screwdriver, toothpick, etc., the price for this one here is pretty good. Most shops want $5 for the same thing, though some come with a 2nd, larger mandrel with more sizes though useless for atomizer coils.

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I like this idea sometimes coils get compressed when heated you stick this smaller end into the correct size.
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Schnarph wrote:

synapses11 wrote: There was a post about how this is a clone knock off of some other wire jig on some german site, cant find it now but if he's reading this. You're an idiot cause this is nothing more than a wire wrap mandrel that have been around forever and can be had in pretty much any art supply store and they actually come with the same diamater sizes as this one . So :P !!!! lol100% true. Perusing fleabay and the like, these are common. While I don't think this item would be easier to use than a drill bit, screwdriver, toothpick, etc., the price for this one here is pretty good. Most shops want $5 for the same thing, though some come with a 2nd, larger mandrel with more sizes though useless for atomizer coils.




Agreed, this is a good deal as most of them out there go for around 8+$ I ordered one from here. I use drill bits that are not metric and just be nice to have just one little tool to have in my coil building box then a bunch of drill bits that I actually need for housework and forget they are stashed with my coil stuff lol.

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And now you are happy or what ...? Simple Guy! LOL
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Zugmaschine wrote:

@synapses11

And now you are happy or what ...? Simple Guy! LOL



I will be once I find the perfect way to setup a Kafyun for my all VG juice so I don't have to worry about dry hits once in a while LOL. Trying to get juice the consistency of maple syrup into the wicks when it's not warmed up first is kind of annoying. PG irritates my throat.

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Coil Jig from Tarsius Customs
51mm length / 2mm-2.5mm-3mm-3.5mm all in one Coiling rod.