- Aug 28, 2012
I definitely need one of those!!!
The way I filed, it was incumbent upon me to have him served first before anything else could happen. I am not going to do that because he emailed me.Is the court case proceding?
I'm kind of hoping you inspire the man to build more flashlights.The way I filed, it was incumbent upon me to have him served first before anything else could happen. I am not going to do that because he emailed me.
It may be that he just had to take some time to drill it for the clip? I didn't order a Tri-EDC with a clip, I ordered an XM-L without one, but in light of the fact that it has been so long and because he offered it to me, I accepted one with a clip. In his email he said "just let me know if you want a clip or not." So... Maybe he hasn't found the time to drill it yet? Who knows.
At this point, what's a few more days/weeks/months after waiting 3 years. lol I really don't think Chris would send that email to me, essentially starting the statute of limitations over with a new promise if he didn't plan on shipping a light to me.
I actually found out that my credit card company is willing to go after him for the money and refund my card even though it has been so long. (because I have such a good paper trail including this thread and ooodles of emails.) It's just that I don't want the money. I don't want to settle for an Okluma or something similar. (I don't like the knurling.) I want my Mac's custom. Possibly the last one ever!
No offense at all to Okluma. It is settling for me. I don't like the looks of the knurling (as!I mentioned...) and he won't make one without the knurling. It's just aesthetics for me. Personal preference. I have heard nothing but good things about his lights.Agreed! There is nothing "settling" about an Okluma. Quite the opposite...it's way better thank you very much! Not to mention, Jeff would never have kept you waiting for 3 years!
Yup. I have read every page of Jeff's thread since day one. They are beautiful and I think it''s nice that he won't make an option that looks any closer to Mac's Tri. It sets him apart a bit but still keeps that beautiful form factor alive.I have a Ti Tri EDC from Mac as well, and I do love the smooooth body. But the Okluma is verrry nice; on par with Mac's machining. The knurling is pretty fine, so it adds some gription but is not aggressive enough to eat up pockets or anything. Plus, Jeff is such a great guy to work with, it was really a pleasure to be able to support him. For anyone who wasn't able to get a Tri from Mac before he closed up and wants one, the Okluma is a very solid option. At any rate, I'm going OT here.
We're just messing with ya brother.