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    Quote Originally Posted by bender817 View Post
    What about the ones that stay closed and you squeeze to open them? They are just a little bigger than normal tweezers and about twice as long. Surgical stainless. Those are the best ones but I don't know what they are called. I believe they are a medical tool.

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    Dentists also use them--a hygienist friend of mine gave me a pair of locking tweezers that's capable of holding small things without crushing or twisting them.

    I haven't used them for coil building yet, I find a pair of needle nosed pliers to be entirely sufficient and easy to use, but now that I think of it they'd be good for torching wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrasher View Post
    oh yea i forget this is going to be done on a 3.7v ego as well lol
    Actually it's a malfunctioning Joye Twist clone that should have been disposed of a long time ago. With it getting warm just trying to run a regular CE5 there's no telling what the actual voltage output is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MD_Boater View Post
    You mean these? They are called the "jaws of life". Might be overkill for rebuilding a coil, but they will get you into that B&M around the corner that won't open for you...

    Where in the world do you find one of those pincher tools?-13u675_as01.jpg
    Those might just be what one person needs. He's already swore off the one B&M in his town and the second one has never opened (there's no way it has anything to do with the fear of the owners opening up so close to someone who calls them non-stop trying to become a vaping expert while never spending a penny with them yet occupying their staff for hours).
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    I can hardly wait for da GoodNews! six page/two paragraph post blaming vendors for selling inadequate/over rated/over priced tweezers/needle nose pliers/ViceGrips/bench vices/hydraulic presses/black holes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EL Pistoffo View Post
    All the tools listed here require too much elbow grease.

    This baby will do all the work for you. I'll bet you could fit a 500 wind coil in your atty and be the envy of all and you wont even need a torch.

    Where in the world do you find one of those pincher tools?-pers1.jpg
    No no no, he should just come to where I work. I could pinch your coil with the 24' wide 1,000 ton press I run.

    Where in the world do you find one of those pincher tools?-accell-523512-straight-sht-foll.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by catalinaflyer View Post
    Actually it's a malfunctioning Joye Twist clone that should have been disposed of a long time ago. With it getting warm just trying to run a regular CE5 there's no telling what the actual voltage output is.
    Let's keep this factual. It's a malfunctioning Vision Spinner, that should have been disposed of a longtime ago. As GN has scientifically stated MANY times. For you to suggest otherwise is malarkey. Either that, or you are vendor scum trying to sell malfunctioning Joye Twist clones, and using GN's good name and reputation to do it. His fans know the truth, and won't tolerate this. prepare to be reported.

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    So to put a positive spin on all of this mess... (not this thread in particular, but the complete unabridged saga) I decided i too would try my hand at an RDA. Now I am by no means cheating on my perfectly working cartos and Ibtanked(s), but I wanted to try something different, and picked up a slightly overpriced Scar at my B&M of choice over the weekend. I'm really liking it! Just using it how it was set up put of the package, but it seems to be working well, and I'm enjoying it!

    So using some of the links and information provided to, and ignored by GN, I've ordered some rebuilding materials and an Igo L, and we'll see what happens!

    Lemonade from Lemons kids. All of your suggestion haven't completely fallen on deaf ears, they just haven't opened the ears they were intended for!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJakeBailey View Post
    So to put a positive spin on all of this mess... (not this thread in particular, but the complete unabridged saga) I decided i too would try my hand at an RDA. Now I am by no means cheating on my perfectly working cartos and Ibtanked(s), but I wanted to try something different, and picked up a slightly overpriced Scar at my B&M of choice over the weekend. I'm really liking it! Just using it how it was set up put of the package, but it seems to be working well, and I'm enjoying it!So using some of the links and information provided to, and ignored by GN, I've ordered some rebuilding materials and an Igo L, and we'll see what happens! Lemonade from Lemons kids. All of your suggestion haven't completely fallen on deaf ears, they just haven't opened the ears they were intended for!
    But that's impossible?! I thought there was no way any one man could obtain both an RDA, wicking materials and coil wire within one and the same lifetime?!

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    I can't wait to meet the GN "fan club"!
    I have to subscribe to this train wreck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sawlight View Post
    I can't wait to meet the GN "fan club"!
    I have to subscribe to this train wreck!
    I made the wick using two inches of cotton and when i put 1 or 2 drops on it i get a burnt taste.
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