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I received my Stainless steel Multnomah this afternoon. I bought it outside the drop..... it was worth the few extra $$ to get it like now!!
its spinning so smooth right now.
i love copper. But I wanted a top which is less prone to dings and patina. I don't mind em. I just wanted a top which is stainless and probably ding less
first spin without much effort on a 5 inch mirror spun for 5:20.
This top spin very nicely. It also looks beautiful doing it.
So I have tried several
mirrors and lenses. From my perspective a larger flat surface is best for this top.
my spin Time went up to the 9:30-9:45 range. Much better. Spinning the top on the spindle bearing is really cool. It bounces and stabilizes quickly and becomes still. So far my best. spin on the spindle was 3:30. But here is the thing once the top begins to spin down the top begins to make a fantastic and incredible noise/racket!! It really surprised me and I have not seen it mentioned.
the forces look very different on the top as it spinns on the spindle the CG is way up on the top yet is spins beautifully!
i think I would have named this top "BUZZED"
because the noise it makes.
the stainless is pretty.
i wonder what type of stainless steel it is??
I have a copper Jefferson which spins on its spindle with no bearing. It's not as smooth.
I might save save up for a brass version.
I really want to find a top I will edc
so far its a Jefferson or my tungsten. Maybe will try to carry this stainless steel Multnomah
For a while. Kinda want to see how it holds up.