Dang... was up too late playing GTA and I missed out.
I like these... Did anyone score one this morning? I heard people were lining up at 4:30AM!! Show us some pix!
Didn't have to wait in line for mine since I paid for mine in advance but none the less they sold out that day. I picked mine up with two other people and was able to get a group photo of the last ones out the door.
They are nice, but I still prefer the simple elegance of my Mjolnir from ePipeMods
“The pipe gives a wise man an opportunity to think, and a fool something to put in his mouth." - C.S. Lewis
good god sir... very nice.
Puff, did you happen to snag one of those Laughing Buddha, pipe-holders? LOL That is awesome but what is it, really? Just an art piece or perhaps it opens up and you can put your stash in it? Would they happen to be for sale at your vendor's? If so, could you PM me the link? Congrats on The Hammer, that is sick.
Last edited by pulp; 12-06-2013 at 12:06 PM.
Got mine over the holidays and spent a LOT of time looking for Buddha in flea markets and Indian shops in Toronto. Has anyone found one? I really really want one. LOL
I have a clone and I am disappointed that I cannot use a kick in it. I wondered if the genuine ones are any different. The clone has an insulated brass tube in the body that is live to one end of the battery. The center pin of the atty thread touches this tube for one polarity. The push button on top connects the other end of the battery to the body of the mod making the other supply. This means that a kick cannot pick up plus and minus from either end of the battery.
I have had another think about it and have decided it would work if the kick was in the short extension between the atty mount and body. Electrically that would work fine except on the clone the threads are very varying in tolerance and although I am sure the thread should be the same the short extension thread is too tight to do up. I am wondering how I can make the male thread on the ext smaller!