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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
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    My anti gravity device is years away
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    For the continous ridge line fans I made the Dutch Hook. . Just be glad it is tied to the end of your ridgeline or you would surely lose it as it is about the size of 3 grains of rice.

    I have a limited supply right now but I am having more made this next week. Even though this one is pretty simple, I am pretty proud of these little babies.

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    I got my hooks the other day and WOWthey are tiny, even though he told me they are small you really dont appreciate just how small they are till you hold it.
    I tied mine on the ridgeline right away so I didn't loose them.

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    I got my Dutch Hooks yesterday in the mail. All of the desciptions in this post say they are small...they don't do it justice! Man, they are TINY! Great work Dutch, Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiffnuke View Post
    I got my Dutch Hooks yesterday in the mail. All of the desciptions in this post say they are small...they don't do it justice! Man, they are TINY! Great work Dutch, Thanks!
    +1, after getting my hands on some this weekend, I wanted to say this exact thing.

    It is one thing to see it dwarfed by a nickel in a picture and another thing to hold it in your hand or see it on the end of a line, but not really feel its weight.

    Awesome, I can't wait to try it in the real world. Since they are going to scout camp with me, I have to figured out how to write my name on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alamosa View Post
    +1, after getting my hands on some this weekend, I wanted to say this exact thing.

    It is one thing to see it dwarfed by a nickel in a picture and another thing to hold it in your hand or see it on the end of a line, but not really feel its weight.

    Awesome, I can't wait to try it in the real world. Since they are going to scout camp with me, I have to figured out how to write my name on them.

    Thanks Dutch!!!
    Thank you. I am too amazed at the hooks. I don't think I could make them any smaller. I think because they are the simplest thing I make they are my favorite. You should see how big the machine is that makes those tiny hooks. They are accustomed to making very large items and here I come with my little sheet of Ti.
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