TINY TERROR.....Diff betwixt KOREA and CHINA versions.....

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  1. michael.e

    michael.e Supporting Member

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    Which came first and which is, uh, better..

    E,mee
     
  2. ecbluesman54

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    Korea is first, not sure which is better......
     
  3. vinney57

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    They are identical.
     
  4. Gasp100

    Gasp100 Silver Supporting Member

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    I did some intense research before buying mine (due here tomorrow!) and from what I understand the Korean version was not produced for too long. It has a standby switch next to the 15/7 watt switch and I believe I read somewhere that with this version you need to put it into standby for a minute or so before switching between wattage modes.
    I have not heard anything to indicate that the Korean version is any better than the China version. (China version clips to come soon, I promise).
     
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    It creates a moronic selling point if your selling it. "mine is the Korean version!"
    Since when did Korea have higher quality standards then China?
    It's a pretty basic design how could you screw it up?
     
  6. phyrexia

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    There's no circuit difference. The switch they use now is more available (and probably cheaper) but the only difference is the on/stdby/off 15/7 to on/off 15/stdby/7 switchin.

    they sound the same too.
     

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