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    Upcomming Sigma II Stones Pass-Around

    Just to give you heads up.

    Stu from Tools from Japan has agreed to provide 4 Sigma Select II stones for a pass-around.

    These are Sigma Select II #1000, 3000, 6000 and 10000 stones.

    They will be available in 3-4 weeks.

    I am new to organizing a pass-around, so I will have read up on it and talk to people who have done it to figure out how to manage it best. There will be some conditions, so please stay tuned.

    Marko


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    i've been really curious about sigma stones,. this'll be really cool!

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    I'm interested, Marko.

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    Yes it is very cool and I hope we do more of pass-arounds like these, where buyer has an opportunity to try a product before buying it.

    I want to thank Stu and Tools from Japan (KKF member schtoo) for making this possible.

    Marko


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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I'm interested, Marko.
    Somehow I was expecting this post.....

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    Add me on please, I was looking at them the other day and almost pulled the trigger, be nice to test them out 1st
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rottman View Post
    Somehow I was expecting this post.....
    Am I really that predictable?

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    Sweet! Looking forward to it.

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    How many participants are going to be allowed into this? I would like to get in if possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    How many participants are going to be allowed into this? I would like to get in if possible.
    There will be no limits on a number of participants, but the order in which people get on the list would be determined (at least in part) by participant's level of contribution to the forum.
    I think it is fair.

    I will talk to a few people over the weekend and try to hammer out terms and conditions.

    It might take a bit back-and-forth to work this out, but hopefully we will set up a framework that is efficient and safe.

    The only cost to participants will be to ship the set unto the next person. Tools from Japan provided stones free of charge.

    M

    PS: Spike, you certainly made the cut in the first wave of testers, as far as I am concerned.


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