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Thread: Darwin incomplete

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    Darwin incomplete

    https://youtu.be/262xzKydS_E

    Unsafe, incomplete, overpriced, obsolete.

    Should the community, and the voices for the community hold builders responsible for efforts like this?

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    Dont forget that not every vaper is a newbie that has no idea about mech safety or vaping at high voltages and adjusting your build to suit ... this "Darwin incomplete" is obviously designed for advanced vapers to revitalise tube mods they might not be using ... its certainly not for a new vaper to experiment with, I dont personally know how it is marketed , but I would assume its not yelling " Hey!... new to vaping , got no clue ... give me 80 pounds for this and you can blow your face off! "

    While I am all for making vaping as safe and reliable for new vapers to adopt , I am also well aware of the older vaping community that has been around a long time that would see the value and practicality of it . It is no more unsafe than a stacked Mech mod or the end caps you put on it IMO

    Sometimes the diversity of vaping gets overlooked in the need to sterilise it ????

    Would I buy it ... well no, but I think at that level of vaping it would be designed and made for it does what it does ?
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    damn
    ive got a fortune sitting on my workbench
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    Paying any attention to that bumbling idiot should get you a Darwin Award full stop
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    I get what you're saying FM, but with this, loose batteries in your pocket are safer than this.

    If it weren't for that, I would see this as a silly thing for idiots to waste their money on. Not something that shouldn't be sold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smash View Post
    I get what you're saying FM, but with this, loose batteries in your pocket are safer than this.

    If it weren't for that, I would see this as a silly thing for idiots to waste their money on. Not something that shouldn't be sold.
    I reckon I have the bits to do this with that nookie clone it has the copper bottom plate and then get GT to thread the top copper plate. (It has the copper rods top to bottom and the battery screws) 20/1 is the GP apps clone As for the wood I can do that as well

    New project maybe. (Shakes head)
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