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Offline Halverson

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27000 on: Sun, 16 July 2017, 22:48:23 »
That's why I deal in HOs, only REAL HOS UP IN HERE


I've seen a lot of fake HOs in my time.

You must be hitting them wrong clubs ;)
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Offline Burt Macklin

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27001 on: Mon, 17 July 2017, 05:28:08 »


Can you please share the person you dealt with so we know to avoid them in the future?


As it turned out, he was quite shocked it was a fake,
so the caps I've traded are on the way back to me at the moment  :thumb:

Who knows how deep it goes, it's possible even the person who gave it to him didn't know.


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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27002 on: Mon, 17 July 2017, 19:53:11 »
miss u Clack bby

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27003 on: Mon, 17 July 2017, 20:46:25 »
tfw one person has 5 mr fridays


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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27004 on: Tue, 18 July 2017, 12:45:04 »
tfw don't care about clark skulls

^_^

Offline riotonthebay

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27005 on: Tue, 18 July 2017, 12:48:07 »
tfw don't care about clark skulls

^_^

You're more of an ogre guy?

Offline joey

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27006 on: Tue, 18 July 2017, 12:52:28 »
tfw don't care about clark skulls

^_^
you sure do love saying that :thumb:

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27007 on: Tue, 18 July 2017, 12:59:25 »
tfw don't care about clark skulls

^_^
you sure do love saying that :thumb:

 :thumb: :thumb:

Offline hapakey

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27008 on: Fri, 21 July 2017, 09:24:05 »
So how do you tell if it is real?
Look at dgneo's post

Could just be a bad batch.

Anybody ask Click Clack?

Offline pr0ximity

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27009 on: Fri, 21 July 2017, 18:47:23 »
So how do you tell if it is real?
Look at dgneo's post

Could just be a bad batch.

Anybody ask Click Clack?

"Bad batches" are F2's with a hole drilled. Clack isn't known to release sub-par quality results.

Offline Synjin

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27010 on: Fri, 21 July 2017, 19:17:19 »
So how do you tell if it is real?
Look at dgneo's post

Could just be a bad batch.

Anybody ask Click Clack?

"Bad batches" are F2's with a hole drilled. Clack isn't known to release sub-par quality results.

Not necessarily. I have a lot of clacks that shows imperfections yet were never drilled F2. Many of the tri colors aren't perfect for example. Other clack owners will probably agree with me once they look at the bottom and faces of their older bi-tri colors.

Offline Moistgun

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27011 on: Sun, 23 July 2017, 09:09:38 »
So how do you tell if it is real?
Look at dgneo's post

Could just be a bad batch.

Anybody ask Click Clack?

"Bad batches" are F2's with a hole drilled. Clack isn't known to release sub-par quality results.

Not necessarily. I have a lot of clacks that shows imperfections yet were never drilled F2. Many of the tri colors aren't perfect for example. Other clack owners will probably agree with me once they look at the bottom and faces of their older bi-tri colors.

Let me just check my pile of bi tris

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27012 on: Sun, 23 July 2017, 10:14:38 »

Regarding F2:

"Factory 2nd items are ones that can differ slightly when compared to their production brethren.  They're still rather quality items but the color maybe off, the sheen or texture might be a little off/inconsistent, or a very slight discoloration may be present. All Factory 2nds have a hole in the back of the keycap."



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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27013 on: Mon, 11 September 2017, 13:07:57 »
Very eerie seeing this thread so quiet.  Hope the Clackman is doing alright.  :-/

Offline ghostjuggernaut

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Clack Therapy
« Reply #27014 on: Mon, 11 September 2017, 13:09:06 »
Very eerie seeing this thread so quiet.  Hope the Clackman is doing alright.  :-/
Funny you posted this, I was thinking the same thing last night.

Hope all is well clack.

Offline joey

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27015 on: Mon, 11 September 2017, 13:09:54 »
Very eerie seeing this thread so quiet.  Hope the Clackman is doing alright.  :-/
Hoping he we hear from him.

Offline rowdy

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Re: Clack Therapy
« Reply #27016 on: Mon, 11 September 2017, 21:54:05 »
Very eerie seeing this thread so quiet.  Hope the Clackman is doing alright.  :-/
Funny you posted this, I was thinking the same thing last night.

Hope all is well clack.

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