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Laramie

Postby mrnjlw1090 » Mon Jul 11, 2011 2:39 pm

Laramie tubes are manufactured by St. Vincent/Silverfoil. The product line consists of:

Kings (84mm):
    Reds (FF, 17mm)
    Blue (Mild/Medium, 20mm)

Shorts (70mm)
    Reds (FF, 17mm)
    Blue (Light, 17mm)

Ultra Slims (80mm)
    Reds (FF, 20mm)
    Blue (Light, 20mm)

All of these tubes can be found at Bec's Accessories. All come in 200 count boxes while the Kings can be found in 250 count boxes. The king Reds also make a good Zen alternative. All tubes are neutral in flavor.
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Re: Laramie

Postby CTsmoker » Mon Jul 11, 2011 11:07 pm

The Ultra-Slim Blue tubes haven't been available for awhile now. My best guess is that these will no longer be produced, as the long promised introduction of the EXP2000 was to be accompanied by newly designed slim tubes as well.
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Re: Laramie

Postby mrnjlw1090 » Tue Jul 12, 2011 1:14 am

CTsmoker wrote:The Ultra-Slim Blue tubes haven't been available for awhile now. My best guess is that these will no longer be produced, as the long promised introduction of the EXP2000 was to be accompanied by newly designed slim tubes as well.


Yeah I've been wondering about the EXP2000. It was supposed to be out last year summer. I even e-mailed Simron and asked about it and never heard back.
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Re: Laramie

Postby ronsen » Thu May 10, 2012 3:06 pm

I use the FF shorts for end runs and when I want a short smoke. It is a fairly decent smoke with any tobacco for me.

As for the EXP2000, who knows what is up with that. You would think it would be out by now. No official word if they gave up or what.
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Re: Laramie

Postby marcotor » Fri May 11, 2012 5:33 am

Simron's website doesn't even show the EXP1000, just the Easy Roller and Powermatic 2. Too bad, I love my little EXP - it's like an old HP plotter, I can't break it.
Was looking forward to the slim... :(
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Re: Laramie

Postby ronsen » Sat Aug 25, 2012 4:17 pm

I have been using the Laramie FF short on a regular basis with PS Amsterdam, NCS 3-C and D&R Ryback. All three taste good. A nice 5-7 minute smoke. Face it, a 10-15 minute smoke can be way too long. And I won't put out smokes to reuse later on a reg basis. Too bad they don't come in menthol. Too bad other tube companies don't put this size out also. Cutting down other tubes to short size can be a pain. I don't have any trouble stuffing this tube on my Top-O-Matic. I just fill the nozzle end half of the chamber.

Before they tax and regulate shipping of tubes like they do cigarette tobacco, I will be loading up on these, Windsail and Ramback from Bec's. Beretta FF and Hotrods from smokersoutlet.
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Re: Laramie

Postby ronsen » Sun Apr 14, 2013 8:55 am

Bec's no longer carries the 68mm tube. That was the only place I ever saw that carried it. I read somewhere that they are no longer being made.
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Re: Laramie

Postby MajorMajor » Wed Nov 06, 2013 10:33 pm

they have the 68mm FF tubes back in stock at Bec's, just FYI.
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Re: Laramie

Postby MajorMajor » Thu Nov 07, 2013 9:06 pm

MajorMajor wrote:they have the 68mm FF tubes back in stock at Bec's, just FYI.


check that.

although they show as available on the website, they don't actually have Laramie shorts.

my order shows as shipped, but they just called to let me know.

if anybody has a line on some of these, would be appreciated
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