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[Review] Average Vaper Review Two-Fer - VooPoo Mojo Kit and UForce T1!

Good Afternoon ECR! Today I got a two-fer for ya. I'll be reviewing the VooPoo Mojo Kit and the UForce T1. The Mojo w/ UForce tank is VooPoo's sleek and small internal battery kit, which maintains a full suite of functionality. The T1 is an upgraded UForce tank with extra styling, color options, and new coils. Just how well do they perform? Read below for my evaluation.
I have had the Mojo Kit and UForce T1 for over 4 weeks now and feel I can give a fair assessment of their quality.
The kit and tanks were sent to me from VooPoo for the purpose of a review.
Specs
Mojo
  • Dimensions: 82mm x 38mm x 27.5 mm
  • Battery: 2600mAh internal
  • GENE.Fan Chipset
  • Output Modes: VW; TC(Ni-Ti-SS-NC); TCR(m1-m5)
  • Wattage Range: 5W - 88W
  • VW Resistance Range: .05ohm - 3.0ohm
  • TC Resistance Range: .05ohm - 1.0ohm
  • Temperature Range: 100°C - 315°C / 200°F - 600°F
  • Protections: Short Circuit, Switch Timeout, Over-Charge, Over-Current, Over-Heat, Over-Discharge
  • Zinc Alloy Construction
  • .91" OLED Screen
  • Spring-loaded, gold-plated 510 pin
  • 2A Micro USB Rechargeable
  • Firmware Upgradeable
  • Customizable Logo & Settings Via VooPoo PC App
Uforce
  • Diameter: 24.6mm
  • Capacity: 3.5mL
  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Wide Bore 810 Drip Tip
  • Sliding Top-Fill
  • Triple Adjustable Bottom Airflow
  • Gold Plated 510 Pin
Uforce T1
  • Diameter: 24.6mm
  • Max Capacity: 8mL
  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Wide Bore Resin 810 Drip Tip
  • Sliding Top-Fill
  • Triple Adjustable Bottom Airflow
  • Gold Plated 510 Pin
  • Bubble Glass
Current color options - Mojo Kit - include Black, Gray, White, Red, Orange, Yellow, and Blue.
Current color options - UForce T1 - include Gold, Gold/Black, Gold/Rainbow, Gold/Red, Red, Bronze, Silver, SilveRainbow, SilveRed, SilveBronze, Black/Silver, Black, Black/Red, Black/Bronze, Rainbow/Red, Rainbow/Gold, Rainbow/Silver, Rainbow.
Contents - Mojo Kit
  • VooPoo Mojo 88W TC Mod
  • VooPoo Uforce Sub Ohm Tank
  • 2 x Uforce U2 .4ohm coils
  • Extra glass
  • Spare parts baggie
  • Micro USB cable
  • GENE Chip card
  • Warranty Card
  • 2 x User Manual
Contents - UForce T1
  • UForce Subohm Tank
  • NI Mesh Coil
  • U2 Coil
  • Bubble Glass (8ml)
  • Spare Glass (3.5ml)
  • Spare parts
  • Warranty Card
  • User Manual
Pics
For Convenience, a full album has been posted, as well as individual pictures
Mojo Kit
UForce T1
Operation
  • 5 clicks on. 5 click off.
  • 3 clicks to scroll through operation mode (Wattage/TC)
  • 4 clicks in TC mode to adjust watts
  • Hold + and - to enter menu
Mojo Kit
The Mojo is a nice and stylish little hand banger from VooPoo. Don't let the size fool you though: while this device is small, it has a bit of weight to it, and feels like a quality device. It has a fairly unique design aspect to it, and utilizes some nice lines, which helps to make this quite the looker. The arrangement of the fire and +/- buttons is different from most mods that I have seen, yet it still has a familiarity about it. The paint job is really just fantastic. It's very reminiscent of high quality sports car paint. I really like how this device looks and feels, so kudos to VooPoo for giving us something actually comfortable to hold.
There's no better place to start than at the top, so let's get into it.
The Mojo has what I'll call an isolated 510. It protrudes out from the rest of the mod and is pronounced. It's almost as if they took a pen-style vape and integrated it into the top of the mod. I guess it sounds kind of weird, but it actually looks fine on this device. The plate is large enough to accomodate 24mm atty's without any overhang. 25mm doesn't look terrible, but it's not flush.
On the back of the mod is some VooPoo branding, and on the reverse side is the screen and fire button. The fire button has a really glossy black finish to it and almost looks to be part of the screen. Where it resides is a rounded portion of the mod and it contours to that line. On either side of the fire button are the up and down buttons. These are large circular disks that reside on the sides of the mod. For as large as they are, there is little chance you will miss them. However, their size also causes a slight issue. Because the disks are so large and are centrally mounted, the sides are very loose all the way around. If you push too close to one side you can really feel how much it indents and then raises the opposite side of it. In doing so, you can actually pop the buttons off very easilly. There is kind of a "guide" nipple to keep the buttons in place, but I don't like how loose they feel. They do have a nice clickyness to them, though, so they're not all bad.
Below the fire button is the devices screen. It is a decent sized screen, especially considering the size of the device, is nice and bright, easy to read, and display all the information you want to see.
The menu system is very simplistic and allows you to select Wattage Mode or Memory Mode, set your ohms, lock your device, and, while in TC mode, can change the TCR values. The values for TCR seem to be custom VooPoo values specific to the device, so read the manual for information on changing that as the values are not similar to most devices.
On the bottom of the Mojo is a reset button, some design/manufacture info and battery vents. The vents on the bottom are on these angled surfaces. These surfaces help to give the mod a unique look, but also make it very shaky when placing it on a surface. This mod can and will tip over very easily, espeically if you have a monstrous tank sitting on it. So that's something to be cautious of.
Included with the Mojo Kit is the VooPoo UForce tank. Aside from having different colors and different color o-rings, it is the same tank that I previously reviewed. If you want a full rundown on it, you can view that HERE, but I'll give you the skinny. It's a decent subohm tank with pretty good flavor. Coil life is about what you would expect (around 1-2 weeks/40mL), and it looks good sitting on top of the Mojo. It does tend to drink juice, though, so be wary.
 
Performance wise, the Mojo does very well. Power mode hits nice and quick, and never feels too soft or too hard. It's about what I have come to expect from VooPoo. With the supplied coils, the Mojo is strong enough to power the coils right to their sweet spot without putting a horrendous amount of drain on the battery. When using RDAs on this device, I mainly stuck with single-coil attys as my dual-coils tend to require more power. I tried to keep it at a nice .35-.5ohm range to make sure I wouldn't be draining the batteries too quickly. At about 40-50W, the device held up well for about a day and a half on a charge, so there is plenty of battery capacity to last a full day without charging. Speaking of charging, I was able to fully charge the Mojo in less than 2 hours time. I'm very impressed with the battery and charging for this device, especially if you tend to vape on the in the range I described.
As for TC mode, it's more of the same we have seen from VooPoo. TC works nicely and never burned my cotton. TC was tested with single coil SS builds, 26/32 claptons and 30*3/36 tricore fused. It performed well with each build, never felt too pulsey, and ramped down nicely. I've always been a big fan of VooPoo TC and this device maintains that.
Final Thoughts
Pros
  • Small size and quality feel
  • Sleek and sexy design
  • Finish
  • Simplistic menu and navigation
  • Power mode performance
  • TC mode performance
 
Cons
  • +/- buttons feel janky
  • Prone to tipping over
 
The Mojo Kit is a great little kit that I have really enjoyed using. I love the size and weight of it; it's small yet feels very solid. The finish on it is phenomenal and the design aspects look really great. As we've come to expect from VooPoo, performance is spot on in both Power and TC modes. It's just a very well performing device.
The jankyness of the +/- buttons detract a bit from the solid feel of the device, and the design aspects make it quite prone to tipping over. However, these are not big enough cons for me to not enjoy the device.
So who is this device for? I feel like it would be a great starter kit for someone looking to jump into vaping. While it might have a few more bells and whistles than a new vaper would need, I feel like it would be a device they would be able to grow into. If you're an experienced vaper and want something that is small, solid, and that you can use without fiddling with batteries, then you could put this on your list.
Uforce T1
The UForce T1 is the latest rendition of the UForce line of tanks from VooPoo. While it mostly functions the same, there are some pretty decent updates to it that make it that much better than the origional. And have you seen how many fricken color options it has?!
The styling of the T1 looks more industrial than that of the original. It has gnurling around the top and around the airflow ring. I particularly like the look of the gnurling and it definitely helps get a better grip on the airflow ring.
Another thing you might have noticed is the resin drip tips. VooPoo have implemented the resin from their Drags into drip tips for the T1. The resin is more polished on the T1, but it still looks really great! I really like the option of having those matching driptips for my drags. I just really wish they would sell some in Goon style 810 (maybe we will see that with the release of the the Rune RDA).
Moving down the list of new, VooPoo decided to implement a bubble tank into this one. I personally like the functionality of bubble tanks as I tend to run through juice fairly quickly, so this is definitely a plus. It also includes a regular tank glass which bumps the capacity to 3.5mL.
Last on the list of new are the new mesh coils that come with the T1. Mesh is all the craze right now, and all these manufacturers are hopping on that cash grab train. I've personally had decent experience with mesh coils so far, although I've seen others that haven't. For me, I like the flavor more that I get off of the new mesh coils as opposed to the origional coils of the UForce. And while it has great flavor, I don't feel like the longevity of the coils suffer any. I've been really impressed with the UForce mesh coils and would choose those over the original ones any day. I also really like the fact that VooPoo has released all sorts of new coils with the T1 as well. They even released an RBA deck for it. Speaking of RBA deck, it really should have been included with the T1 rather than forcing the customer to purchase it separately.
All in all I have been really impressed with the T1 especially over the original UForce. The upgrades make it that much better of a tank. It still eats up juice pretty quickly and I really wish they would have included the RBA head with it, but it's still a decent option for a subohm tank.
Purchasing
  • Eightvape - $12.99/$24.95/$44.90 - Coils/UForce T1/Mojo Kit
  • Elementvape - $13.95/$48.95 - Coils/Mojo Kit
  • VaporDNA - $14.99/$29.99/$54.99 - Coils/UForce T1/Mojo Kit
  • Eciggity - $13.99/$53.99 - Coils/Mojo Kit
  • Fasttech - $10.99-$12.47/$21.87-$23.42/$$43.89 - Coils/UForce T1/Mojo Kit
  • 3fvape - $43.69 - Mojo Kit
Thank you for your attention ECR. I hope you all have a great week!
I want to give another shoutout to VooPoo for giving me the opportunity to provide this community with this review. If you want to check them out, you can follow them on their Facebook or Instagram pages.
I say this is an Average Vaper Review because I am coming at this from the perspective of someone who has been vaping for a while (8 years), but doesn't get too in-depth with the products. I'm evaluating these products as to how well they work out the box, their ease of use, and whether or not they hold up over the course of use. I don't have the skill set to produce thorough testings of the electronics and I defer that to those better suited. This review is purely my experience using the items I received.
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Anthony Vapes: Double Review: Eleaf Kiya Kit Tech Review and Eleaf Basal Kit Review + Giveaway Winners Announced!

Hi All, Anthony Vapes back here with a double review of 2 new eleaf kits. Today i’ll be reviewing the Eleaf Kiya Kit and Eleaf Basal Kit. Disclaimer: Both products were sent to me form eleaf for the purpose of this review.

Review Disclaimer

I review products for what they are with no account of where it comes from or who makes it. The test results are the results for what is in my hand. Due to possible QC difference your experience may vary. I spend more time with products then most reviewers and try to be thorough, do disassemblies to check for design flaws, do accuracy testing, and stress testing, something that is typically done in maintenance industries to try and “force” a failure or diagnose a potential failure point to give me an idea of a devices longevity. With that said, there is no way for myself or anyone to predict if a device will last 6 months, 1 year, 5 years etc. Any manufactured item from cars to phones to computers to mods have a possibility of arriving DOA or having a small % failure rate. There is no way to predict this or quantify this. That’s why warranties and lemon laws exist. I can only review what I have in my hand for better or for worse. Contrary to popular belief, there is no special review samples of higher quality. Most of the time personally i get retail versions, the few times i’ve gotten early releases they are usually worse than the final retail version.

Eleaf Kiya Kit

Introduction:

The Eleaf Kiya Kit is the latest kit from Eleaf and is aimed for new vapers looking to quit smoking or for MTL vapers. It’s one of the smallest mods i’ve seen similar to the old mini volt and pebble mods and has an internal battery and comes with a MTL tank the GS Juni tank. The internal battery is a 1600 mah battery and the mod itself is capable of up to 50 watts and includes all the features and modes of most eleaf mods. With a large bright screen that takes up about 75% of the front of the mod it’s easy to see and read. It’s available in 3 colors silver, black, and greenery each with a matching tank.

Manufacturer's Specs: Mod

  • Size: 35.5mm25.8mm57mm
  • Weight: 96g
  • Battery capacity: 1600mAh
  • Maximum charging current: 2A Thread type: 510 thread
  • Output wattage: 1-50W
  • Output mode: VW/Bypass/TC(Ni,Ti,SS,TCR-M1,M2,M3)
  • Resistance range: 0.05-1.5ohm (TC modes)
  • 0.1-3.5ohm (VW/Bypass mode)
  • Temperature range: 100-315℃/200-600℉(TC modes)

Manufacturers Specs: Tank

  • Diameter: 20mm
  • Height: 42mm
  • Weight: 19.4g
  • E-liquid capacity: 2ml

Included in box:

  • 1x Eleaf iStick Kiya
  • 1x GS Juni Atomizer
  • 1x GS Air 0.75ohm Head
  • 1x GS Air 1.5ohm Head
  • 1x QC USB Cable
  • 2x User Manuals
  • Spare Parts

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Initial Impressions and features

When I first got this Mod, I was pretty impressed with the Size and feel of it. It’s the smallest mod I’ve owned by far and follows the minimalist size of mods like the mini volt and pebble and is about the same size as those 2. Despite that it can handle a 25mm atomizer without any overhang which was a great design choice as many MTL tanks are becoming 24-25mm as a standard like the ares, hastur, and zenith. It features an internal 1600mah battery which should be plenty of life for low watt vaping under 20 watts. If you want to push it to 50 watts battery life isn’t going to be great. The screen is nice an bright and takes up most of the front of the mod and displays your setting, watts, volts, amps, battery life, resistance etc. everything you need to know and it’s surprisingly feature rich with all the temp modes, TCR, bypass and preheat options. The tank itself is small, really small it’s only 20mm diameter with a 2ml capacity. It’s a bottom air bottom fill tank made for MTL vaping.

Watt Mode Performance

Let’s get into some data. I ran my normal testing. Testing resistances were done at .11 , .14, .19, and .47 ohms. wattage points were max (50), 40, 30, 20, and 10. At .11 ohms it maxed out at 44 watts and 20 amps. The 20 amps were pretty much what i expected from a small internal battery mod so no complaints there and it still got close to 50 watts. The rest of the testing it hit low 2-4 watts which is pretty good for such a low resistance. At .14 it maxed out at 49. The rest of the testing it was dead on accurate to 2 watts high so very good as well. For the .19 test it maxed out at 19 watts. For the rest of the testing never off by more than 1 watt. For the .49 testing it maxed out at 52 watts The rest of the testing it was never off by more than 2 watts
Overall i found this to be a great performer in power mode. Very accurate. It hit a little low with the .11 coil which is normal for most mods but even then never worse than 4 watts outside of the 6 watts at max setting due to the 20 amp limit. In all the other resistances and tests it was never off by more than 2 watts which is pretty impressive IMO. The output was smooth and consistent and of course with such low watts, the mod never gets hot or warm. The 20 amp limit is good for the type of mod it is and it did max out at 52 watts so meets it’s specs. I would have needed to go with a higher resistance to get the true volt limit but it did put out almost 5 volts so it does have a boost circuit and I was able to get full wattage on the device from .14 to .49 resistance

Temperature Control

Using SS316 wire with the default SS mode and TCR mode. I tested 4 builds. Single spaced 28g, dual coil spaced 28g, and 2 fancy SS316 single coil set ups. It was a mixed bag of sometimes good and sometimes bad. I was never kicked out of TC but there were times i’d great great hits and others i’d get burnt hits. Overall it’s much too inconsistent for me to recommend as a temp mod or provide any settings. So it’s going to get a fail in TC

Other Usage Notes

I didn’t do a disassembly as nothing in my useage or testing hinted to any possible hardware problems. It’s also appears to be a glued together unit as well like the invoke. I think companies are really trying to discourage people taking apart mods with their new designs. But since this is a really mini internal battery mod it doesn't bother me much. I didn't have any issues with the 510 pin personally. I like how it can handle a 25mm atomizer with no overhang. Even though the included tank is 20mm. If you wanted to get a bigger low watt tank it’ll look great (zenith pictured above). The menu is easy to use and simple . # clicks to get into the menu and plus and minus to scroll. No complaints there. It also has all the features you’d expect from mods these days. It’s a simple 5 click to turn on or off and does feature pass through vaping so you can vape while it’s charging. It also features 2 amp fast charging.

GS Juni Tank

The GS Juni tank is a MTL mini tank. Only 20mm in diameter and 42mm tall including the drip tip, it’s one of the smallest atomizers you’ll come across nowadays. They claim a 2ml capacity but it’s a bottom fill so you have to remove the base and coil to fill it so you can’t really ever fully fill the tank. It does use a 510 drip tip but it’s a small one and the stem for it is so thin that wider bore one’s will look funny so it’s best to stick with the included one. It’s a bottom airflow that’s easy to adjust and on a stopper. It has 2 small holes and then 1 wide slot. Using only 1 hole it gives a tight MTL draw while opening all the way gives more of a restricted DTL vape. However due to the low vapor production of the coils i find it best with the air on the lowest setting as fully open gives more of a muted flavor
It comes with 2 coils the “GS air” coils. One is a .75ohm 8-25 watt coil and the other is a 1.5ohm 8-20 watt coil. Both coils worked well with 50/50 and 70/30 (VG/PG) juices. I found the 1.5 to be best around 12-14 watts and the .75 coil best around 20 watts. I was able to get plenty of usage out of both. 2 weeks weeks of vaping so coil life is good. If you are a heavy vaper you should still get at least a week from each coil. Personally I found the .75 to be the better of the 2 flavorwise. As far as flavor goes, it’s pretty much what I’d expect from a MTL premade coil tank. It’ll get you by but it’s not going to blow your mind by any means. It’s there but not what i’m used to personally as i’m a higher watt vaper. Overall it’s a decent tank for being included in the kit.

Pros:

  • Tiny size
  • Power Mode performance
  • Easy to use menu system
  • accurately rated
  • Color Options
  • Build Quality
  • Seek simple design
  • Fire Bar
  • Large Bright screen
  • 25mm atomizers with no overhang
  • Included tank isn’t bad
  • Price point (under 40 for the kit)

Cons:

  • Included tank is bottom fill
  • temp control very inconsistent

Conclusion

So with all that said, do I recommend this kit or not? I don’t like to do hard yes or no, but as a miniature starter kit, I don’t think you’ll find much better. It’s a great inexpensive 1st kit to get people off of smoking. Also works great for a mini stealth kit vape as well. I wouldn’t recommend it for temp control usage, but for low watt usage on MTL set ups it’s a very nice mod. If you wanted a different tank you can but the mod separate for around 10 dollars less. Personally i’ll be recommending this kit for people looking to get off of cigs and adding it to my sheet.

Eleaf Basal Kit

Introduction:

The Eleaf Basal kit is a new kit from Eleaf that’s one of the slimmest mods around. At only 15mm Wide there isn’t much that won’t overhang on this mod outside of the included GS Basal Tank which is 15mm diameter. The basal kit is a simple and stylish kit that feels like something from yesteryear of vaping. There are no modes outside of power mode. It has a 30 watt limit and the lowest resistance it fires is a .6 ohm. The included Basal tank looks like an old school atomizer as well. It’s available in 3 colors Rose Gold, Gold, and Brushed Silver.

Manufacturer's Specs: Mod

  • Size: 36.6mm15.0mm76.6mm
  • Weight: 120.26g
  • Battery capacity: 1500mAh
  • Maximum charging current: 2A
  • Thread type: 510 thread
  • Output wattage: 1-30W
  • Output mode: VW
  • Resistance range: 0.6-3.0ohm
  • Colors: brushed silver, rose gold, gold

Manufacturers Specs: Tank

  • Diameter: 15mm
  • Height: 57mm
  • Weight: 24g
  • E-liquid capacity: 1.8ml

Included in box:

  • 1x Eleaf Basil Mod
  • 1x GS Basil Atomizer
  • 1x GS Air 0.75ohm Head
  • 1x GS Air 1.5ohm Head
  • 1x QC USB Cable
  • 2x User Manuals
  • Spare Parts

Pictures and test results

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Basal Mod

This is a simple mod so i’m going to keep it all in one section. Also there was no testing done, if you’re familiar with my reviews all my testing is done at resistances below .6 ohms. This mod however has a minimum of .6 ohms so it wouldn’t fire any of my test builds. It claims a maximum of 30 watts and with a number that low, I really don’t see how it could be overrated. It’s as simple of a mod as you can really get these days. It has a small screen that shows battery level, watt setting, and resistance. There are no other modes or settings on the mod. It’s a simple 5 click on and 5 click off. It’s only 15m wide so one of the slimmest mods i’ve seen around with a built in 1500mah battery. It features 2 amp fast charging as well as pass through vaping. It does have a few other setting as far as info shown. You can adjust the screen to show your puff timer or puff count or voltage (fire and up), lock the adjustments buttons (up and down) or turn stealth mode on or off (fire and down). Overall it’s a pretty simple mod that’s made to go with the tank as a slim, portable, low watt set up.

GS Basal Tank

The GS Basal tank is a MTL mini tank. Only 15mm in diameter and 57mm tall including the drip tip, it’s one of the smallest atomizers you’ll come across nowadays. They claim a 1.8ml capacity but it’s a bottom fill so you have to remove the base and coil to fill ti so you can’t really ever fully fill the tank. It does use a 510 drip tip but the stem for it is so thin that wider bore one’s will look funny so it’s best to stick with the included one. It’s a bottom airflow that’s easy to adjust and on a stopper. It has 4 small holes and then 1 wide slot. Using only 1 hole it gives a tight MTL draw while opening all the way gives more of a restricted DTL vape. However due to the low vapor production of the coils i find it best with the air on the lowest setting as fully open gives more of a muted flavor
It comes with 2 coils the “GS air” coils. One is a .75ohm 8-25 watt coil and the other is a 1.5ohm 8-20 watt coil. Both coils worked well with 50/50 and 70/30 (VG/PG) juices. I found the 1.5 to be best around 12-14 watts and the .75 coil best around 20 watts. I was able to get plenty of usage out of both. 2 weeks weeks of vaping so coil life is good. If you are a heavy vaper you should still get at least a week from each coil. Personally I found the .75 to be the better of the 2 flavorwise. As far as flavor goes, it’s pretty much what I’d expect from a MTL premade coil tank. It’ll get you by but it’s not going to blow your mind by any means. It’s there but not what i’m used to personally as i’m a higher watt vaper. Overall it’s really best in the kit with this mod not really something i’d buy seperate.

Pros:

  • Slimmest mod i’ve seen
  • Easy to use menu system
  • Simplicity
  • Color Options
  • Build Quality
  • Seek simple design
  • Included tank isn’t bad
  • Price point (under 40 for the kit)

Cons:

  • Included tank is bottom fill
  • Lacks Modes
  • Some may find the .6 ohm resistance minimum high
  • Really best suited as a kit and no very useful as separate items

Conclusion

So with all that said, do I recommend this kit or not. I Don’t like to do hard yes or no, but this leans a little towards the yes but with the disclaimer that it’s really best as a kit and i wouldn’t recommend either separately. If someone was looking for an old school style really slim set up it’ll get the job done without any complaints. While i listed the lack of features as a con, I do think it could benefit some of the more technologically impaired people with it’s simplicity. I’m adding it to my sheet in the AIO category.
This is Anthony Vapes just keeping it honest, hopefully you all can say the same and i’ll catch you on my next review.
For good recommendations feel free to check out my google sheet of recommendations located here googlesheet this sheet will be updated regularly so feel free to bookmark it.
Big thanks again to Eleaf for sending me these for the purpose of this review

Giveaways Winners!

I Shipped out the packages for kaewyn , lestermagento, and thelistofjustin for the 1st 3. I have 2 more to announce. The winner of the Ares MTL RTA is u/i_wank_dogs here The winner for the xmas decoration special prize is u/quik_lives for carrying on his mother's tradition. I’ll tag both winners in the comments below. Please PM me to claim your prizes
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