Monday, November 15, 2010

Lock Nut Monsters with Stamps

Happy Monday! It's a lot better than last Monday since at least the Patriots didn't disgrace themselves yesterday...hehe... :)

Coming towards the end of this week will be more whistles. I have brass ones being turned right now, also more stainless ones, more in titanium and a few in bronze. These next ones will all be of the slimmer style.

The way the schedule is working is I will get whistles turned this week then I get bumped for another job for 6-10 days, then they can get back to more whistles afterwards if needed. I'm hoping we can slip in some bronze Lanslides this week as well but those may have to wait until the next window of machine time two weeks from now. So...the earliest brass whistle sale would be at the end of this week if I can get them finished up.

Anyhow, I have the last of the Lock Nut Monsters done today. This is the tail end of the second wave and they feature my antique stamps. It's a small batch and nearly all are different so I'll just send you one at random. They are $75 plus shipping. Thanks as always for stopping in!

Sold Out, thank you!



8 comments:

GMoney said...

slim bronze whistles. yummy !!!

Rick said...

Do you happen to know what the weight difference is between the slim whistles and fatties? Seems like the fatty brass and SS were around 1oz. The Ti were around .5oz.

Peter Atwood said...

I do not know offhand Rick. But they are lighter for sure....I'll have to weigh some when I get them in hand.

silver said...

toooooooooooooooo sloooooooooooooow
again!

Andrey said...

"Sold Out, thank you!"? How can you buy this beauty? Month follow, monitor, update this site as it has "Sold Out, thank you !"....:(((

rare1 said...

They sell out in minutes friend :)

Damek said...

Will there be slim titanium whistles as well?

Peter Atwood said...

Yes, all whistles will now be of the slimmer size. They are the same finished diameter as the original Atwood whistles, just under 1/2 inch whereas the first run of the new ribbed design was just over 1/2 inch. The difference is small but it takes quite a bit of weight off.