T-Tip (Shorty/Traditional Style) in Satin Finish?
I've noticed the contoured drip tips with the satin finish, but was wondering if anyone knew of anywhere that a T-Tip such as the ones that Super T provides could be found in a satin finish, or if there is a possibility that Super T will start selling these tips to match the new Precise+?
I love the look of the new satin Precise+ line, but I'm not really into the contoured drip tip look, and would love to have a T-Tip to match my new Precise.
Any help is appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
Last edited by snork; 02-13-2012 at 01:44 AM.
Reason: Learn to read, snork.
Your post is a bit confusing. SuperT already sells the T-Tips in the polished and satin finishes for both the standard and shorties. When you say that you're not into the contoured tips, does that mean that you're looking for a whistle tip in the satin finish?
Yes, I was confused too until I read the title to the OP. Jivefly wants a "traditional" style tip.
Ah, I totally missed the title for the thread. I'm sure that if there's a high enough demand, David would be down to do the other tips (whistle tip, traditional) in the satin finish.
I would be interested in a whistle tip in a satin finish...
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Actually, a T-Tip is the drip tip that is literally shaped like a "T", hence the T-Tip traditional style. Unless I'm missing something here. The tip isn't contoured with a curve, but etched out in the center creating a "T" style. It's the only one of it's kind, all other kinds are called "Drip Tips" in various different shapes, ie. contoured, etc.
Edit: I could have been missing the fact that he calls them T-Tips because of the Super "T" in the name. Ha haaa... Late nights at work tend to do a number on ya. Apologies for the confusion, guys. I'm sure I can convince my girlfriend to scald me later for one thing or another for being in brain fog mode tonight.
Oh, so a whistle tip?
Or not. I'm confuzed again.
Last edited by snork; 02-13-2012 at 05:32 AM.
That's what I think he wants is the whistle tip in a satin bead blast finish. Not the polished finish.
No, you were right the first time Snork. He is looking for the traditional t-tip, not the contoured t-tip nor the whistle tip. He just forgot that they're all called t-tips.....that's what got us all confused.