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    Default Buzz Pro II and Buzz Pro Lightning BOTH APPROVED BY ECF !!

    Notcigs has been notified by Rolygate that Both designs ( straight slot and lightning bolt ) have been APPROVED by ECF according to the NEW specs posted by them .

    SO the Buzz Line is now a SAFE MOD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    I've just starting to look at the Buzz Pro and the IPro. I'm a little confused now. Is the BP II and IP Lightening new products that aren't available yet? When will they be available? I love the lightening bolt design!

    Now for what you will probably think of as a silly question. I want to move up to a vv and these are looking good to me. but......being a petite woman I don't want a massive cigar tube that makes me look like a truck driver! Which size would you recommend for me?

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    Mookie, I believe Mike was looking at some time in May for the BP II, I'm not sure if he plans to redo the IPro vents at the same timeline. He's out of town this week but we'll get more info soon.

    As far as making your choice, both PVs are very classy now that the Buzz pro no longer has the knurling on the tube. My BP is 6 & 3/4" including tank and drip tip, the IPro is a bit slimmer but also a bit longer. I'm not petite at 5'7" but I love the fit and feel of the BP in my hand

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    Any chance of larger pics Bov?

    I'd like to see where the adjustment dial is at.

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    Those look so freaking sweet!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasT View Post
    Any chance of larger pics Bov?

    I'd like to see where the adjustment dial is at.

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    Adjustment wheel is the same as on the Buzz Pro, in the picture on the left it's just below the screw at the top in that horizontal slot.
    Last edited by Nomoreash; 03-08-2012 at 03:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasT View Post
    Any chance of larger pics Bov?

    I'd like to see where the adjustment dial is at.

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    These are the same devices as before Tex, the only differences are the venting, and Mike is going to start selling protected bats with them.

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    They look very nice!

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    Just as an aside....it was mentioned that the Powerizers used in the Buzz did have protection built into them. Mike is checking and confirming this information with the manufacturer. Will update once confirmed.

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