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Old 12-04-2011, 09:53 PM
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New revision of F1 GEMINI is done and ready to ship. This hella versatile dual based LN2 pot is more massive this time around. Enhanced control and swing on slower base and more speed on fast LN2 base are some of the performance improvements for 2nd revision. High quality cnc machining, bright nickel plating on bases, and black anodizing on lower hold down plate and F1 GEMINI body sleeve. Pics coming in a minute..enjoy.
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GEMINI 2.0 in da house.



We got some new containers for LN2.
Good well known Gemini with improved stong sides now.



Available with two bases in basic kit, will have DICE option later as well.
You can see old base on middle most right on photo, for comparsion.



Perfect machining, 100% matching parts, industrial nickel plating.



Basic kit include two bases, anodized engraved top, hold-down, backplate and mounting hardware



Proven F1 Design that evolved in years.



Rocket base
LN2 holes are free from nickel to enhance thermal transfer capability



Slayer base
Increased temperature holding capability and optimized for SB-E heavy loads.

To get one of these toys feel free to zorch Vince's PM box
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Old 12-04-2011, 11:55 PM
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thicker base...finally!
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Old 12-05-2011, 01:53 AM
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It's pretty crazy to think of how far you've come from selling an Evo 2.2 here and there to now...
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Old 12-05-2011, 05:45 AM
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Loving these pots beeping awesome
Can't wait to get my own pots Kingpin Dragon F1 Extreme Dark.

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Old 12-05-2011, 07:29 PM
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Would this or an F1 Dark be better for mostly DICE with some LN2 occasionally? I was thinking this due to the amount of options.
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Old 12-06-2011, 05:08 AM
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Differences between pots are speed and options. Dark is a solid copper pot with massive solid copper feel. Slow temp swings down after pouring LN2, and slow recovery (container warmup) after Ln2 from each pour boils off.
Gemini is faster up and down. Fast base is really fast, and slow base is a bit faster than Dark. Gemini comes in handy when dealing with cold boots especially and situations where you need to pull down/up as quickly as possible. More experienced users see the strengths of Gemini better I think.
Both pots have their strong points and fill certain LN2 benching needs the best way they can.
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Old 12-06-2011, 11:11 AM
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if you bench alone,,, you'll want the f1dark. you can concentrate tweaking instead of pouring.
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Old 12-06-2011, 12:17 PM
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awesome looking!!

any shortage on these? or should be readily available?

also how does mounting with 2011 go? do the rods just go right thru the existing mounting for those who may not use the RIVE
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Excellent, thanks for the info. Are they up for order yet? And can an order be placed by emailing you?

(Trying to get my parents to order one for Christmas)
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