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Old 10-07-2017, 10:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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That's what I want - Single twist cigar engines
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I bought some from ExoticBlanks a while ago.
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I ordered them, they may be here. Hope to have time tonight to open the shipment we received Thursday.
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I ordered them, they may be here. Hope to have time tonight to open the shipment we received Thursday.
I saw that you were out so I posted on the forum. If you get some in I need 30.
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Is there a reason to have preference of single twist over double?
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Is there a reason to have preference of single twist over double?
Customers sometimes have problems with the double twist because thinking the nib is retracted with a complete twist they are returned to the pocket or purse with the nib exposed.
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Still looking for these.
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Exotic blanks now has them. Ordered
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Is there a reason to have preference of single twist over double?
Customers sometimes have problems with the double twist because thinking the nib is retracted with a complete twist they are returned to the pocket or purse with the nib exposed.
Never thought of that as a problem, but have experienced the black pocket spot as a result. Good problem ID.
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