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Topic: Afterburn
Message: Posted by: Tony Chapparo (May 9, 2002 02:34PM)
I just purchased Afterburn by Jim Pace, It is a great way of handing out a business card, but does anyone have any ideas about how to set it up for say a resturaunt or walk around routine, where you may want to hand out several cards w/o resetting the flash cotton everytime?

thanks,
Tony
Message: Posted by: Corey K (May 10, 2002 08:40PM)
Glad someone liked this thing! I think it's the biggest waste of money I've ever spent.

-Corey
Message: Posted by: Manipulix (May 11, 2002 08:23PM)
I tried this item too. I think it is a nice idea but not practical for restaurant workers if they want to refill the cotton. But I found that it is working without cotton as well.

Magically yours

Manipulix
Message: Posted by: Tony Chapparo (May 15, 2002 06:11PM)
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On 2002-05-11 21:23, Manipulix wrote:
I tried this item too. I think it is a nice idea but not practical for restaurant workers if they want to refill the cotton. But I found that it is working without cotton as well.

Magically yours

Manipulix
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The card will light w/o the flash cotton?
How does that work? Isn't the coil too far down on the other side of the wallet to light the card?

Would be great if it works though!

thanks,
Tony C.
Message: Posted by: Kardenni (Jul 13, 2002 02:33AM)
I use the aferburn every night at the resurant. It's simple. I keep the wallet in my breast pocket prepped and I keep another pocket filled with flash cotton. I do my act at the table side, hand out the flaming card! then as I walk off, I put another piece of cotton under the coil and I'm set to go again.
Yes, you can light the card off of the coil but it will drain the battery 90 times faster than if you use flash cotton, I don't reccommend it without cotton.
:coolspot:
Message: Posted by: Jim Pace (Jul 14, 2002 01:11AM)
Tony asked if there was a way to hand out multiple cards without reset. I am sorry there is not. If you knew that you were going to hand out more than one at a table, just take two or three out lite them and fan them.

Corey, I am surprised, why dont you email me and we can talk about what I can do for you. jimpace69@qwest.net
respectfully, Jim Pace
Message: Posted by: Tony Chapparo (Jul 14, 2002 04:19PM)
Thanks Jim,

I didn't think about lighting more than one at a time and fanning them! I will try that.