Nahhh that's just a myth XD Only the more modern electronics based versions have that problem but the older types are hardware based so they actually have a cancellation effect on each other whenever they register the presence of another sonic field resonation.
i would have nerd envy... but i'm not sure i want to be that nerdy. i mean, if it's memorizing more decimal places of pi or learning to program various computers, sure. but knowing that much about a fictional technology?..
Well, thing is I made all that up XD The most nerdy I go is making up fictional information about stuff by stringing together tech words. It's called technobabble. Ten was really good at it I think. Just practice your technobabble but stick to Doctor Who if you do. Trekkies will actually expect you to KNOW what your technobabble means D:
Star Wars can suffer the same way. Try talking to a fan about the windows in Palpatine's office in Episode three and see how many people argue that they shouldn't have shattered because they're not glass but transparisteel XD
Wow, your Doctor Who collection is amazing. I was wondering, is the sonic screwdriver in the middle the same as this one? [link] And is it metal? I can't really seem to find any information on this stuff, and I thought, "I remember seeing someone who had a lot of sonic screwdrivers...Let's ask them!" X3
Thanks! Ummm, no mine is actually from the Celestial Toystore found here [link] and yes, it is indeed metal and has sound and extends but is about $300.00 D: Buut it's a dead on replica and is gorgeous. You can see a ton of pictures in this review of the sonic here: [link]
It's only nice if the quality is nice and the price is low. For example, the MFX sonic screwdriver is actually crap and cost nearly $500 USD but the Celestial Toystore version not only is nicer it has sound and costs $300 USD. the MFX is officially licensed but the CT sonic isn't. I own the CT sonic XD
It sure is. ^_^ I did a full review on the RPF about it. It's a great piece though I'm wondering if getting it blank and unpainted so one could put the realistic glaze finish on it would be possible from CT.
Yeah I did. It looks really nice though I don't like the shoe polish for the wash. I think an antiquing mud may look better or maybe an oil paint. I was just thinking it may be easier to order an unpainted one to get a fresh start.