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15 hours ago, David88 said:

The Red Hot Chili Peppers played at the pyramids this evening, what a fantastic 

Now that is an awesome picture. Must have been a great experience! 

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More freebie cigars (HUHC, Monte Dumas and JL2) and XIKAR butane which I bought few days ago for refilling my torch lighters. Cannot wait to review Dumas since I never tried any Montecristo 1935 cigar yet 😆!
P.S. My hands were almost being frosty during refilling my torch lighters 😵!

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2 hours ago, LonesomeHabanoAficionado said:

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More freebie cigars (HUHC, Monte Dumas and JL2) and XIKAR butane which I bought few days ago for refilling my torch lighters. Cannot wait to review Dumas since I never tried any Montecristo 1935 cigar yet 😆!
P.S. My hands were almost being frosty during refilling my torch lighters 😵!

Where are these "freebie cigars" coming from?

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Where are these "freebie cigars" coming from?
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The Stinky Cigar Ashtray arrived to my house yesterday at 17:33 PM without getting any damage (received a phone call from courier). I really like this cigar ashtray since it is sturdy, four stirrups, wide bowl and yet easy to clean with cheap price. It performs so well that I do not have to spend much money on pricey cigar ashtrays like Davidoff. I feel glad that I made a right choice since I do not have to use mediocre plastic bins or small dishes as a cigar ashtray (they were too small and weak against flame especially plastic ones)😄😃! The only bad thing is every time my mum sees this cigar ashtray, she thinks it looks like a huge dog bowl and I should pour milk and cereal instead 😆
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On 3/18/2019 at 1:10 PM, LonesomeHabanoAficionado said:

The Stinky Cigar Ashtray arrived to my house yesterday at 17:33 PM without getting any damage (received a phone call from courier). I really like this cigar ashtray since it is sturdy, four stirrups, wide bowl and yet easy to clean with cheap price. It performs so well that I do not have to spend much money on pricey cigar ashtrays like Davidoff. I feel glad that I made a right choice since I do not have to use mediocre plastic bins or small dishes as a cigar ashtray (they were too small and weak against flame especially plastic ones)😄😃! The only bad thing is every time my mum sees this cigar ashtray, she thinks it looks like a huge dog bowl and I should pour milk and cereal instead 😆
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Great ashtrays, have 6 of them from the largest to the smallest. I have noticed that the polished metal ones last a lot longer than the powder coated. 

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On 3/16/2019 at 4:10 PM, daleighan said:

It was not this week, but I got back from a trip overseas a couple of weeks ago, and I've only just been going through the pictures now. I like this one from Istanbul is the one I like most: 

 

I also like this one that I got at the British Museum:

 

Of course, being in Athens, the next one was obligatory:

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This picture of these ruins just blows me away every time I see them wether it’s in Athens or Pompeii. Just standing there and putting a hand on it and to think how long it’s been standing there. It’s just very surreal to me.

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3 hours ago, Phillys said:
Great ashtrays, have 6 of them from the largest to the smallest. I have noticed that the polished metal ones last a lot longer than the powder coated. 

Maybe since powder coated ones are just painted version of Stinky Ashtray? Powder coated finishes are only available in taller ones which has shorter width than original Stinky Ashtray but more finishes like copper plated than original.


I agree that the Stinky Cigar Ashtray is the best cigar ashtray I have ever used! It has necessary functions and yet dirt cheap. I straightly went to original Stinky Cigar Ashtray as it had larger width and easier to put into Pelican Storm cases than taller ones (there is small one called Stinky Jr but prefer the size and functionality of original Stinky Cigar Ashtray) 😄.

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54 minutes ago, LonesomeHabanoAficionado said:

Maybe since powder coated ones are just painted version of Stinky Ashtray? Powder coated finishes are only available in taller ones which has shorter width than original Stinky Ashtray but more finishes like copper plated than original.

I don't think so, the tall powder coated ones end up rusting more around the stirrups and eventually the bottom starts peeling and then rust sets in. Whereas the polished ones are still going strong, even when left outside under the pergola. 

My two favorite ones are on stands, the original and the herf size. 

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8 minutes ago, Nabil said:

It was Chicagohenge this past week, where the sun sets down the middle of the east-west streets shortly after the spring equinox. DSC_1446-2.thumb.jpg.eb9f5d2a7b9a63db6dec6c8e1724e608.jpg

Beautifully executed shot!  Love it.  👍👍👍

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1 hour ago, Phillys said:

I don't think so, the tall powder coated ones end up rusting more around the stirrups and eventually the bottom starts peeling and then rust sets in. Whereas the polished ones are still going strong, even when left outside under the pergola. 

My two favorite ones are on stands, the original and the herf size. 

Thanks! I did not know that the tall ashtray is more prone to rust than original and herf size. Is herf which you use 8-stirrups added to original or extra large herf ashtray?

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5 hours ago, LonesomeHabanoAficionado said:

Thanks! I did not know that the tall ashtray is more prone to rust than original and herf size. Is herf which you use 8-stirrups added to original or extra large herf ashtray?

The extra large one

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