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    i paid the money for the real deal. my shit got stolen and i paid the money again. knock offs suck even if they stole ur idea. i'm sure Gaston has seen the knock offs of his machines and i bought an AL13. all they do is make it look like a machine that is known and liked and then they make a shit version. i can only speak for myself, but i think any true artists wouldn't waste the short change on a knock off. you gotta know it's gonna be shit and not perform the same. machines pay for themselves over and over and over... then you sell them if don't want it anymore and they hold there value well if they are the real deal. why fuck around with bullshit cheezedick stolen idea machines? spend the fucking money; these guys work hard and the machines are the proof in the pudding. thank you to all the builders for your hard work whether I plan on buying your machine or not, I'm sure someone will and love you for it.

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    I wonder how many real deal construction contractors buy tools at Harbor Freight? they sell cheap Chinese knock-offs of high quality tools. I think serious craftsmen know the value of having high quality reliable tools with which to ply their trade...A cheesy chinese knock off might look the same and run okay at best; but when it craps out on you, who looks like a fool for having to tear down and set-up a new machine because yours just BROKE? You can bet top dollar that if anything isn't just right on a $700 machine that you can call the manufacturer and they'll do they're best to solve your issue ASAP. It's hard to put a price on good customer service, and the security of the knowledge that you have a machine that someone poured their heart into and that they stand behind proudly.

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    Just got some Chinese Tattoo Supply Spam , whole top row of cheapo machines were Dragonfly knock offs.
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    after all tattooing is cool right !!! and when im done working i drive home in my 1973 dodge charger , and screw my pornstar girlfreind while doing lines off her forehead... :/
    if you wanna be a rockstar join a fucking band .

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    oh you know they are worldwide tattoo has copied all of your machines bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by elbo View Post
    Seen them on egay... now going for £125 to £150....in my experience of chinese rip off they are probably worth the amount of the last 2 numbers...£25 to £50 if you are lucky!..all that built in brazil or whatever is bullshit just a mask to hide the true identity...when the suckers buying these end up with a burnt out motor in 2 months time they will realise they fucked up......
    i can say that. Machines made in Brazil are still hand made, just a few produces in medium/large scale and still their own machines. I never saw a copycat being sold by manufacturers, only by scratcher´s shops. If someone here asks me about the swashs, neo tats copys, i´m glad to say, don´t buy it! Doesn´t worth your money, save some and buy the real deal. The DFs copy...oh my, they´re everywhere

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    and about the knock offs...i don´t put my name and tattoing time on a crap tool. Good tools are expensive, you can do a skull with anything you want, coal, ballpen, piss and mud, but if you want to do some better skull you need to spend the cash...watercolor, oil, marker, canvas, wathever.My point is i can do a skull drawing on the floor but why i should do that if i can do better? my two cents

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