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Is this a True holy grail torch ?

sfsuphysics

BOD
Staff member
Nope, this one has no hint of gold at all.



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I dunno blast it with a F-ton of royal blue LEDs super close to the lighting fixture and see if those colors come out with some "white balancing" tricks. Because looking at that torch it reminds me a lot of that actinic greenish/yellow glow you often seen with corals when the rest of the lights are super dim.
 

A Aaron

Supporting Member
This is someone I knows holy grail. If he has a real holy grail he should just sell it and buy your hammer. True holy grails go for big bucks in the other forum. I will say though that the picture of the torch is not a good one and it’s hard to tell what it looks like in person
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The_Lazy_Reefer

Supporting Member
That’s a nice torch either way. Like others have said though if it is a true holy grail that would fetch a cool 750-1000$ and a gold hammer is 100-150$. If I had a gold hammer to spare I would happily trade for that awesome torch regardless of lineage.
 

tankguy

Supporting Member
Im seeing those things going for big bucks. The pics he sent you don't look like the ones Ive seen
 

A Aaron

Supporting Member
I kinda think the last few pictures are. You can see it’s got the gold hue and the blue tips. In the top pictures it looks like pink tips. Someone even commented looks like a pink tip common torch but they are blue in the pics later. Hard to tell without seeing in person but the last few pics TO ME kinda look right. It’s a big transaction without seeing it in person man idk.
 

Bruce Spiegelman

BOD
Staff member
There's a reason he wants to trade it for a torch worth less than a third of it's "value", and it's not because he's doing you a favor. Just my two cents.
 
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