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Thread: Mechanical On/Off Switch only for a shorty 18350 mod.....

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    Mechanical On/Off Switch only for a shorty 18350 mod.....

    Have a mate with a metal lathe and having a thought.....( be afraid....be very afraid..... )

    I love the Smoktech telescope but the activation plunger is a bit long and hence makes the entire scope a bit longer. I've seen 18350 mechanicals with shorter throw bottom activation buttons.

    Is there anywhere that sells just the activation mechanisms? I know I can get the older replacement chrome Smok Tech ones but they're still bigger than I'd like.

    My telescope connector with a short throw activation mechanism and a brass tube threaded at both ends long enough to take an 18350 and a Kick..............

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    you could use a gus button when they are back in stock.
    If your gonna go to the effort of making a tube you may as well make the whole thing.
    by Gus :

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    Maybe put a magnet on the bottom of the battery to reduce the amount you have to push it or is the look of the button you don't like?

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    Bullos, it's the length. Trying to find the shortest mod possible.

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    Design the complete mod from scratch ... or have one designed by "AVF Design Group Ltd D1git" ... and then get your mate to make 1 for yourself, and 1 for the designers
    eTama and Stomp like this.

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    There's enough videos that show disassembly of the Zen switches so you can see how they work.

    Last one I saw was JCWest fixing a Cobalt.

 

 

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