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    Default "Corsair World", e-cigarette shop

    Here you have a quite interesting e-cigarette shop in Berlin.

    http://corsair-world.com/

    Does Corsair have any relation with this shop?

    http://corsair-world.com/catalog/e-liquids/ Do they sell JAPANESE ELECTROLYTE as e-Liquid?

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    They even copied the logo. Nice!

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    CWT workers get half off.

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    That can't possibly be a coincidence. They must have been eyeing Corsairs logo and then thought they could get away with imitating it with some minor changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smirnoff View Post
    That can't possibly be a coincidence. They must have been eyeing Corsairs logo and then thought they could get away with imitating it with some minor changes.
    "Minor" changes? Their logo is an exact copy of Corsair's old logo. I'm sure they were just waiting for Corsair to update it and then stole the previous one... They even used the same goddamn font!

    Jon, if you don't get your company to sue these guys' asses off, you have officially failed us as a man and as a pirate.
    Careful what you wish for... You just might get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McSteel View Post
    "Minor" changes? Their logo is an exact copy of Corsair's old logo. I'm sure they were just waiting for Corsair to update it and then stole the previous one... They even used the same goddamn font!

    Jon, if you don't get your company to sue these guys' asses off, you have officially failed us as a man and as a pirate.
    You could say that they Pirated Corsairs old logo.

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    WUT. So I guess these new Corsair PSUs with an integrated clearomizer will be a thing after all. /cs

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    Quote Originally Posted by McSteel View Post
    "Minor" changes? Their logo is an exact copy of Corsair's old logo. I'm sure they were just waiting for Corsair to update it and then stole the previous one... They even used the same goddamn font!

    Jon, if you don't get your company to sue these guys' asses off, you have officially failed us as a man and as a pirate.
    But they didn't have the "world" in the middle. (Plus the ship's actual hull?) Which was the minor change I was referring to.

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    Jonny didn't post here. They're probably already taking legal matters into their hands.

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    Que Jonny going all vigilante on them and hearing that their shop burned down due to a faulty PSU...

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