From: Nicholas Hamlyn (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 11 2006 - 04:27:46 PST
This is the design fault in those tanks. I mended mine with
"Superglue", which works, but you have to handle the spiral carefully,
and eventually they seem to break again, but they can be reglued more
Does anyone know where these tanks can be purchased? I believe they're
still being maufactured, because until a couple of years ago someone in
London was importing them, including one that takes 100 feet unbroken,
On 11 Jan 2006, at 05:24, amanda christie wrote:
> i have a russian spiral tank issue.
> alas the centre spindle that holds the two spiral
> platters together has broken.
> does any one know where i can get just a spindle?
> anyone have one laying around that they'd like to sell
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