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Oh god it's back again

http://www.ebay.com/itm/231777511190?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post


Do you have your settings set to where you only allow bids from people with PayPal? I do. Periodically, I will check the chart that shows the people who were blocked from bidding on my items. There will always be some on there who were blocked for not having a PayPal account. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


where do you find this?
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


where do you find this?

Account -> Site Preferences -> Buyer Requirements -> Buyer Requirements Activity Log

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Isn't it fake?
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What the actual fuck is that?  Back again?  Where was this abomination previously?

 

Got these 3 messages in order:

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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post

What the actual fuck is that?  Back again?  Where was this abomination previously?

Got these 3 messages in order:






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I've seen it bought and sold at least three time in the last few months,
One seller got negged 3 times for it being fake lol Eastern Europes finest (no offense to the legit Eastern European sellers, you guys rock)
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It has a Zegna tag too.
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

I've seen it bought and sold at least three time in the last few months,
One seller got negged 3 times for it being fake lol Eastern Europes finest (no offense to the legit Eastern European sellers, you guys rock)

That's a real Zegna tag on a blazer, with a Brioni tag someone had made at the place in the mall that will embroider anything...how could it be fake?
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That's a real Zegna tag on a blazer, with a Brioni tag someone had made at the place in the mall that will embroider anything...how could it be fake?
Looks like a tag from a Zegna sold in China, I saw a feedback that said something about brioni tag seen over different tag lol
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That's a real Zegna tag on a blazer, with a Brioni tag someone had made at the place in the mall that will embroider anything...how could it be fake?

i don't know if Zegna does their tags any differently for different markets, but i don't think i've ever seen a zegna (otr)or sumisura) use piping on the lining.  

 

not on the old stuff, not on the recent stuff.  

 

zegna also uses french facing, not straight facing. 

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hahahah that's fucking hilarious. Nothing about that is right, the patch placements, the side they are on, the Zegna tag is upside down, they fucked up faking it, 0 for effort.

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Originally Posted by borbor View Post
 

i don't know if Zegna does their tags any differently for different markets, but i don't think i've ever seen a zegna (otr)or sumisura) use piping on the lining.  

 

not on the old stuff, not on the recent stuff.  

 

zegna also uses french facing, not straight facing. 

I think he was joking....Certain markets have Zegna tags that won't be in English, it'll say sakko instead of Jacket or lana or laine instead of wool or whatever, but they are always facing the same way, that shit is extremely fake.

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Iron recommendations?

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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

Rowenta.

^ That was going to be my one-word response when I read the question! I have a Rowenta 8960 which is their "Silent Steam" version. Not sure if it's available in the US or if it is, it is possibly under a different model number. Not cheap, but really like it and have had it for a year or year and a half.
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post



^ That was going to be my one-word response when I read the question! I have a Rowenta 8960 which is their "Silent Steam" version. Not sure if it's available in the US or if it is, it is possibly under a different model number. Not cheap, but really like it and have had it for a year or year and a half.

Co-Sign Rowenta. I have their "valet steamer" ... it cost like $150+ but it's definitely the best and personally find it to be worth it....I also have a fan of theirs that is also marketed as silent too, that shit wasn't cheap either, and apparently it's 11x quieter than a library although how you measure that I have no clue...or maybe you can't hear it in one...either way their products are great.

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Iron recommendations?

I use a delonghi compact pro. Ideally you want a vaccum table with that stuff too to litetally suck the moisture away, but my spce dont have room for that so i use a regular board instead.
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