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NARSES2:
When I first saw this in Airfix Model World I poo-poo'd it, but upon reflection I don't know.

Given the recommended "shake" time is 20/30 seconds I suppose you could be shaking one bottle whilst using another, especially when detail painting in cockpits etc. Would save me trying to hold 5 bottles in one hand whilst shaking vigorously and counting to 100  :rolleyes:

This is the type of purchase I could make at Telford, especially if there's an attractive female behind the stand  :angel:

https://www.timodel.co.uk/

Steel Penguin:
handy, BUT  ive heard of several wargamers who ended up covered when lids came off, or when the mixing ball inside the dropper bottler chewed its way out   :banghead:

chrisonord:
Sort of takes the fun out of it really  doesn't it.  Especially when you have carpal tunnel syndrome, and you  have to put it down and not use it for a  while after  :rolleyes: ;D ;D
Chris

TomZ:
I want one!

TomZ

Leading Observer:

--- Quote from: NARSES2 on November 08, 2020, 07:14:27 am ---When I first saw this in Airfix Model World I poo-poo'd it, but upon reflection I don't know.

Given the recommended "shake" time is 20/30 seconds I suppose you could be shaking one bottle whilst using another, especially when detail painting in cockpits etc. Would save me trying to hold 5 bottles in one hand whilst shaking vigorously and counting to 100  :rolleyes:

This is the type of purchase I could make at Telford, especially if there's an attractive female behind the stand  :angel:

https://www.timodel.co.uk/

--- End quote ---
Always a risk pooh-poohing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeF1JO7Ki8E

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