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  1. canda2002

    canda2002 Oakley Enthusiast

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    I know this subject has been beaten to death but I was in local vault in Florida. Wearing my Mars. The manager was talking to me about x metals and told me there bring them back. But using old materials magnesium. I find it hard to believe but it would be cool if it was true. Love the look of mag switch but not the flaking problem.
     
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    mjt42 Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    if its going to be made of magnesium then it's not going to be an x-metal.
     
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  4. canda2002

    canda2002 Oakley Enthusiast

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    I agree but I would be glad to see something in that direction than nothing
     
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    Agree - it's starting to sound like a pretty safe bet that the madman and badman are real, but still uncertain if they'll try to recycle the marketing brand name of x-metals or call them something else. Of course I'd prefer the latter...
     
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