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bubblebagdude scam

Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by philmarlowe, Mar 14, 2011.


    philmarlowe Member

    So I ordered a 4 bag 5 gallon set of bags from bubblebagdude on eBay. He instead sent me the 1 gallon set so i return them at my expense. He then asks for an additional $5 bucks to ship them ontop of the $5 i spent to return them. So im now into these things for an additional $10 bucks and instead of a mailing confirmation i get a refund for the original price of the bags minus the extra i paid. This dude's customer service is worse than his grammar and his bags were light weight and really chintzy looking. Anyone recommend another bag than this scumbbag?

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    "cheaper" :neutral:

    i paid top dollar for my bags. they were worth EVERY penny.

    why's everybody gotta be so "cheap"?

    once again, you get what you pay for. :)

    philmarlowe Member

    Sorry FDD not everyone's a straight baller who can make hash but the washing machine full

    ...i wish i was though...

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    a set of bags is about 100 dollars.

    i am far from "balling".

    cheap = cheap

    philmarlowe Member

    every authentic bubble bag set i've seen is ~180 shipped. where are these magical 100 dollar sets of bags?

    taint Well-Known Member

    Cheap doesn't mean low quality........................sheesh.

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    rrmcmaho Member

    dont ya mean Ha-sheesh.....that dankity!

    woodsmaneh! Well-Known Member

    I have a set of BB and have had them for about 5 years. I only use 2 bags the protector and the fine you really don't need all those bags IMHO there just a rip. If you go back to the original design they used one bag and using all the bags just gives me 4 types of hash crap and good so that's why I use one fine bag and re bag what's in the bottom of the pail for even more.

    philmarlowe Member

    so you use the 220 micron work bag to catch all the plant material and the 25 micron one for the trichs? there were a couple 3 set bags i saw but i figured id need at least 4

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    5 gallon, 3 bag sets at my local "pipe shop".

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    that's all you really need. unless you want to become a "hash snob". ;)

    doc111 Well-Known Member

    I want to become a hash snob! Where do I sign up?:eyesmoke:

    woodsmaneh! Well-Known Member

    Yes that's all you need. Don't forget the ice cubes. I save all my shit till the winter and do it outside every thing stays real cold.

    woodsmaneh! Well-Known Member

    Been there done that now back to the green stuff with the odd sprinkle of finger hash, you can get real spoiled.

    doc111 Well-Known Member

    That's a brilliant idea! I've never thought of that before! It's amazing how the simplest ideas escape us at times.bongsmilie

    homebrewer Well-Known Member

    The 160 bag doesn't burn that well so I'd recommend at least a 3 bag set. If you want full melt, bubbly goodness, you have to get more bags.

    Bauks Well-Known Member

    I got some Cheap 50$ ebay bags ( an 8 set ) Their made well and work Great ....I don't do the heavy Mixing In the top bag to prevent wear To it ....I just mix My trim Ice and water With a power dill and paint attachment in a 5 gallon bucket and pour the slop through my screens .....I don't see how any bag could break as long as you don't do the hardcore 20 minute Stirring session In that top bag
    Buddy Ganga

    Buddy Ganga Active Member

    I got a simular 8 5 gallon bag set for $69 delivered and they work great.

    I am not a cheap person, I am what people used to call thrifty.
    My bags are not cheap, they are just less expensive then other sets.

    racerboy71 bud bootlegger

    i got a set of sprung bags, and they are a nice quality, and will be around for years of use.. if memory serves me right, which it doesn't always being a head and all, i think i paid well under $100 for the five gallon set..

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