HT V3 Nub (genuine) problem / design flaw

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slave d
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FWIW the s/s A-ring weighs 117 grams on mine. That’s the 36mm A-ring. One difference I have noted is that all the other sellers I’ve seen have the smallest ring size as 40mm where the one i have is available with 36mm.

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The answer is 107 grams for the S/S cage.

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slave d wrote:
Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:06 pm
The answer is 107 grams for the S/S cage.
That's very interesting indeed. So it's lighter than the one I've got. Maybe a different production run? Or are there really different factories making these?

BTW, having been into the stainless steel cage for a couple of days I actually find it even more comfortable than the original resin cage. Can't yet figure out why that is so.
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Not sure but MsM’s is very polished, could that account for it ? Hard to say. Have to say i agree with the s/s being more comfortable, i find it’s less “sticky” internally and so my shaft is freer to move. On the negative side the added weight does tend to drag things down !!

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