PerfecDraw

kann

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Some of what you say is true. I don't like feeling that I'm sucking a golf ball through a garden hose becasue of a tightly rolled gar. However, humidity plays a large part in the tightness of a cigar as well.
So many comments going through my mind right now... 🤣

Has anyone else's PD broken? The poker side is still fine, but the threaded section broke clear off the barrel a while ago. It's not a big deal because I just keep it on a table or in my Herf-a-dor, but still a little bummed.
 

jbfurdog

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So many comments going through my mind right now... 🤣

Has anyone else's PD broken? The poker side is still fine, but the threaded section broke clear off the barrel a while ago. It's not a big deal because I just keep it on a table or in my Herf-a-dor, but still a little bummed.
I wrote that for just that reaction. My PD is still perfect.
 

CigSid

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Some of what you say is true. I don't like feeling that I'm sucking a golf ball through a garden hose becasue of a tightly rolled gar. However, humidity plays a large part in the tightness of a cigar as well.
Agree, and some of the best cigars I’ve smoked lately were plugged until a few pulls from the PD... Sometimes I use it just to adjust the draw to what makes me comfortable... invaluable tool.
 

thinde

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So many comments going through my mind right now... 🤣

Has anyone else's PD broken? The poker side is still fine, but the threaded section broke clear off the barrel a while ago. It's not a big deal because I just keep it on a table or in my Herf-a-dor, but still a little bummed.
This is the first I’ve heard of one of these braking. Did you contact the company? They might do something for you. As for mine; it works as designed and I’m glad I bought it because it’s far better than the other pokers I have.
 

kann

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This is the first I’ve heard of one of these braking. Did you contact the company? They might do something for you. As for mine; it works as designed and I’m glad I bought it because it’s far better than the other pokers I have.
The poker is still intact and works fine, so I just haven't been motivated enough to do so. I may still contact them, but I don't have any of the original paperwork or packaging or anything. I'm not overly concerned about it, especially if my case is the exception to the common experience with them.

I like that "knockoff" that SS posted, honestly. I use the PerfecDraw as a nubber, but I like the idea of the dual, thin nub pins. That's the one thing I would wish this had.
 

thinde

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I use a cocktail fork as my nub tool......Thanks Bayamos!
 

Reuben

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Im going to have to get me one of these. I have had a few figurados with a tighter draw that semi ruined my experience
 

Reuben

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You should. The creator is a member here. These are arguably one of the best cigar accessories.
Do you have a link to a site to purchase one! I have ended too many sticks early with poor draws
 

bfreebern

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A local shop has them on their counter. If anyone is interested, I could see what they're charging. We could work out a trade.
 
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