The PISTON SteamPunk Mod by SteampunkVapors


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  1. i think, it will be a pain in the neck to change the batteries when need it, i think its a good design, looks really cool, but not practical.

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  2. I like the concept of trying something different and for me it captures the essence of what mods are about, but for the money...a copper tube with a bit of brass here and there...and the simple switch mechanism, I guess I'm not appreciative of what they were trying to achieve here but I'd like to have seen more refinement than bare bones build art work.
    Great video mark as always, you did a grand job on a tough mod to show given the sheer privilege of having one (I'd personally have said "what's this crap?!?") Well done.

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  3. Like others have said. How much did this actually cost to build. I appreciate the work that has gone into it but nearly £400 is taking the piss

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  4. What on Earth are you doing entertaining that piece of junk, I have pretty good Plumbing Skills and could do a better looking Mod out of the scrap, at say £10.00 plus Postage and Packing

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  5. Todd I love you man, $700 mod, ok as a collectors item i get it, But again why do a review? 99.9% of vapers will never buy one or even ever see one! Im sorry just another high end mod that 99% of us will not buy I dont understand why you all keep doing these reviews on these high end items, Im sorry i want to see what I can buy and what I will be using being reviewed not these thing i will never see. I love you Todd, love your videos, but you have to stop doing this.

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  6. Nobody forces you to watch these reviews, I will continue to review what I review, you can decide which ones you want to watch.

    What is high end to you may not be high end to someone else, is the stingray high end to you, should I not review that because it is out with your budget?

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  8. Doing the review is fine with me, shows us the mod, Todd tells us about it. We make up our own mind if its worth the dosh.
    Its not to me, but im glad i watched the review.
    Keep up the good work Todd.

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  9. I for one enjoy your high end mod reviews. This steampunk mod is extremely cool. I could never afford one or justify spending the money on it even if I could. Yet, just because I couldn't afford it or even find one for that matter doesn't mean I don't like to watch a video about it. As always great video. Thanks.

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  10. Please don't be put off doing reviews on exotica.

    How many avid Top Gear fans have a hope of ever riding in let alone owning a McLaren P1 for instance. Nae many, but they loved the review.

    Keep up the good work.

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  11. First off, thanks for showing this mod for us all to see here Mark, and congrats on the new job, I may even pop my head in the door if I'm in town and say hi. I stay in Perth, so not too far away. Anyway, with that out the way, I have to say, not connected with your review Mark, but for me - it kind of looked a bit like a regular copper tube with some collets (I think that's what you call them, I'm no plumber), bonded to the tube. I was also surprised to see the finish looking scratched too. Has anybody ever watched scrapheap challenge?

    As always though Mark, still enjoying your vids mate.

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  12. Thanks for the review. This vendor has a reputation in Australia for charging silly prices for liquid and it looks like he's taken it to another level with this mod. I'm happy to pay a premium for a limited high quality device,but this thing just doesn't look like quality to me, it's also butt ugly.

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  13. Don't think I would call this a high end mod.. it was scratched and looked really cheaply put together in a shed...It is however, pretty to look at... if it was at a reasonable price available at a vendor not politically active against DIY and vendor sided regulations ... then I have no doubt would be interested...

    As usual a great job on the review.. keep em coming :)

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  14. I have now watched the entire review and have to say - I'm shocked.

    - Fraying fabric with rough stitching needing glued.
    - A bunch of 3 circle scratches with what looks like the drill has slipped during production.
    - Screw in a rubber bung to act as a secure & important connection for safety reasons.

    I'm going to be interested in seeing some reviews from paid buyers, a few weeks into ownership. Again, thanks for bringing this to us Mark - It's definitely interesting ;).

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