Chem driver seeds

HAND SELECTED AND EXOTIC STRAINS FROM THE MOST RENOWNED BREEDERS, INCLUDING LANDRACE SINGLE ORIGIN SEEDS THAT TOOK DECADES TO FIND.

Skelly’s Notes: This phenotype takes after its grandparent Banana OG in flavor and is very similar to its parent Strawberry Banana in looks. An extremely resinous plant that grows beautiful trichomes when treated right. A light, stoney hybrid high.

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Genetics: Mint Chocolate Chip x The Cube (Starfighter F2, cubed)

Breeder: Exotic Genetix

Bud Structure: Tight, dense, round golf-ball size buds. Lots of hairs.

Skelly’s Notes: Black Mamba #6 takes after her mother Mint Chocolate Chip in flavor and her father The Cube in resin production. This phenotype is a winner with a strong effect. Even some of our head extractors have been put to sleep by the Black Mamba #6.

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Genetics: Blue Magoo x Ms Universe

Breeder: Dynasty

Bud Structure: Small dense nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: This cross takes after its mother Blue Magoo in flavor, a very floral hybrid with hints of potpourri and mojitos, and its father Ms. Universe in structure and resin production. A super terpy and uplifting high can be found in both the flower and hydrocarbon extract forms of this strain.

Genetics: Constantine (Orange Valley OG x The Cube) x Cookies & Cream

Breeder: Exotic

Bud Structure: Chunky and dense nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: This strain has a refreshing high supported by the aroma of sweet sugary frosting and some chocolate funk. Constantine x Cookies & Cream will have large purple buds that are covered in resin when done right.

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Genetics: Mint Chocolate Chip x Orange Valley OG

Breeder: Exotic Genetics. Orange Valley OG father and Mint Chocolate Chip mother

Bud Structure: Small popcorn buds.

Skelly’s Notes: Chocolate Oranges #25 is a very resinous purple strain that features small budding areas and glistens when its crystals are fully formed. An extremely unique terpene profile that many users either love or hate, sometimes tasting like cherry cough syrup. An uplifting and energetic high that you can take on the go with you.

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Genetics: Dosidos x Gelato

Breeder: In House Seedbank. Both parent strains come from the infamous Cookies family mom Jigga and Berner

Bud Structure: Likes to stretch a little bit with bud size that resembles Girl Scout Cookies.

Skelly’s Notes: This phenotype leans heavily towards the flavor of a hearty chocolate funk gelato with just a hint of the cookie gas we get from Dosido. She does best as Water Hash, which is fortunate being that gelato leaning genetics are a bit hard to make work for solventless extraction.

Genetics: Dosidos x Velvet Pie F2

Breeder: In House

Bud Structure: Frosty long stretchy nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: This cross of Dosidos x Velvet Pie F2 comes together to make a brilliantly colorful, mellow highed flower that gives off notes of floral perfume, sandalwood and fresh baked cookies. Great for that morning wake up dab.

Genetics: Ghost OG x Bruce Banner #3 (OG Kush x Strawberry Diesel)

Breeder: Dark Horse

Bud Structure: Large and chunky like Bruce Banner.

Skelly’s Notes: A special phenotype in all its forms and an in-house favorite for consumption in hash and flower. We found a winner here that we love both for the resin production and aromatic terpenes that uniquely taste like strawberries dipped in gasoline. This strain packs a punch with a nice stoney high.

Genetics: GG4 x Dosido

Breeder: In House

Bud Structure: Extremely resinous dense nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: A strain covered in beautifully clean resin with a sweet earthy and cookie flavor. Gorilla Dosha #3 has a strong hitting high that can induce couchlock.

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Genetics: GG4 x Cookies & Cream

Breeder: Exotic

Bud Structure: Colorful, dense and solid medium sized buds.

Skelly’s Notes: The perfect combination of GG4 x Cookies & Cream. A strong and couch-locking high with the rich taste of cookies, glue and spice.

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Genetics: Oregon Afghani x Oregon Huckleberry 2014

Breeder: Dynasty

Bud Structure: Chunky nugs full of resin and orange in color.

Skelly’s Notes: An uplifting and flavorful smoke that comes with a hazey tone of floral house cleaner. Tasting of blueberries and raspberries that are starting to rot.

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Genetics: Alien OG x Alien Kush x Tahoe OG (A special clone-only genetic that comes from the SFV OG)

Breeder: Pacific NW Roots

Bud Structure: Golf-ball sized nug.

Skelly’s Notes: Kaya’s Koffee F2 is a great genetic for hydrocarbon extraction featuring a greasy resin that grows all over the budding areas of the plant. The flavor profile is an earthy gasoline taste that can leave you glued to the couch after tasting it.

Genetics: Cindy 99 x Local H (Cuddlefish Hashplant x Diesel x ECSD IBL)

Breeder: Dominion Seeds/Duke Diamond

Bud Structure: Diesel traits with a nice transparent yellow color and larger airier bud structure.

Skelly’s Notes: Layla #6 is a promising and versatile new strain from a recent pheno hunt. Bred by an OG, Dominion Seeds/Duke Diamond, this pheno has a front end flavor of the Cindy 99 with grapefruit and strawberry hints. The nug structure has more Diesel traits as does the exhale.

Genetics: Lemon G x Face Off OG BX (Backcross)

Breeder: Archive

Bud Structure: Tight dense nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: Lemon Heads #4 is great as a solventless extract and allows us to bring one of our favorite flavor profiles of the Lemon G plant with a hint of gas to new solventless dabbers.

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Genetics: Athens x Lemon G13 x Dough Dawg (Animal Cookies + Stardawg)

Breeder: Cannarado Genetics

Bud Structure: Dense.

Skelly’s Notes: Lemon Tart Pucker #1 has a straight Lemon G13 flavor profile but luckily enough does not take after the Lemon G13 strain on bud structure. A nice dense lemon bud that we all love to smoke with an uplifting, on the go high. This 710 Labs classic is back as a lip smacking, lemon concentrated hydrocarbon extract, and for the first time is also available in flower form.

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Genetics: NL5 x Dominion Skunk

Breeder: Dominon Seed Company

Skelly’s Notes: This genetic is a combination of two old school strains from the 90s bred by an OG from Virginia Beach. He has held down the east coast genetic game for quite some time. The Skunk and Northern Lights both come out strong. Skunk dominant with hints of Northern lights fruit and finishes with a creamy essence and true funk.

Genetics: OG Kush Breath x Dosidos (NorCal Cut)

Breeder: In House

Bud Structure: Large and well formed nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: This OG backcross of OG Kush Breath and the NorCal cut of Dosidos is a hash powerhouse. OGKB 2.1 #7 yields over 30% by dry weight in water hash and expresses tones of spice and cream.

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Genetics: Orange Valley OG x Cookies & Cream

Breeder: Exotic Genetics

Bud Structure: Small, dense and beautifully structured popcorn nugs caked in bright white trichomes and deep hues of orange.

Skelly’s Notes: This pheno of Orange Cream leans much heavier into the sweet orange and tangerine flavor profile with a hint of cookie on the backend. Sweet, uplifting and perfect for focusing and enjoying your day.

Genetics: Orange Valley OG x Cookies & Cream

Breeder: Exotic Genetics

Bud Structure: Small pearl size buds stacked on each other. Lots of character with orange and lime green color.

Skelly’s Notes: A pheno of Orange Cream that has much heavier, funky and cheesy notes. Orange Cream #27 is covered in sticky resin that reeks like oranges but still retains hints of the classic solventless staple Cookies & Cream. The flavors blend together nicely for a true to name experience. Uplifting and perfect for focusing and enjoying your day.

Genetics: Platinum Girl Scout Cookies x Oregon Huckleberry

Breeder: Dynasty Genetics

Bud Structure: Uniquely large for a Cookie strain.

Skelly’s Notes: A very resinous plant like most Cookie genetics that consistently tests around 30% THC. Platinum Huckleberry Cookies #22 is potent with a couchlock effect. A bit more fruity than most cookie strains and features a wonderful glisten to its resin. We love offering this genetic in the form of hash and resin.

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Genetics: Stardawg x Grape Pie

Breeder: In House

Bud Structure: Large dense, colorful nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: Visually Stardawg Pie is beautiful, showing purple and green hues simultaneously in flower form. The combination of Stardawg and Grape Pie creates that perfect morning high you’ve been craving with notes of earthy oolong tea and back notes of stardawg terps.

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Genetics: Alien OG x Blueberry F4

Breeder: In House

Bud Structure: Grape Pie leaning with dense colas covered in hairs.

Skelly’s Notes: Tester 51 is becoming one of our favorite genetics because of the rare combination of high levels of both CBD and THC. A great full-bodied high supported by the robust taste of cherries.

Genetics: White Tahoe Cookies x Faceoff OG

Breeder: Archive Seedbank. The White Tahoe Cookies was bred by Kush4Breakfast and it was used for this amazing cross

Bud Structure: Extremely resinous with longer stretchy nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: Another in house favorite, this strain has accents of its mother, White Tahoe Cookies, but goes even deeper into the sweet OG gas terpene profile it gives out. A gem in flower or concentrate, this strain creates nice sized resinous buds with deep effect. Our favorite way to consume it is as isolated trichomes in our water hash.

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Genetics: Virginia Beach Afghani x (Airborne G13 x “Hashplant x Afghani”)

Breeder: Dominon Seed Company

Skelly’s Notes: When hunting Shineapple we chose our keeper phenos based on the most dominant traits resembling the Virgina Beach Afghani. A genetic very similar to our chocolate oranges in flavor profile that is heavy fruit forward with hazy Jack Herer terpenes. A solid staple for hydrocarbon extracts and our live resin pods specifically. We will also be releasing some pheno’s of this for flower.

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Genetics: Girl Scout Cookies x Pink Panties

Breeder: Jigga & Sherbinski

Skelly’s Notes: A genetic staple we are glad to finally have our hands on. Depending on the batch of this strain it can lean either fruity or more cookies and gas. Anything the cookies crew touches always has a unique terp profile the industry is craving. Stacks super resinous calyxes on each big shaped round to oval. Dark hues of purple and even black tints in some batches. Will be released as flower mostly with some live resin pods as well.

Genetics: Motor Breath 15 x 92’ OG

Breeder: Cult Classic Seeds

Bud Structure: Chunky Buds.

Skelly’s Notes: A new school concoction of old school strains from the Chemdawg and OG family. Our phenotype leans more towards the Chemdawg family than the OG, but still carries nice hints of the OG gasoline.

Genetics: Watermelon Zkittles x Cookies

Breeder: Dying Breed Seeds

Skelly’s Notes: A short and squatty plant that puts out golf ball sized nuggests providing a new flavor to our library. We believe this strain tastes more like actual watermelon than our Watermelon Zkittlez #11 or #5. Great for flower, hash and truly the perfect noodle doink. This strain is great for a day time smoke.

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Genetics: Watermelon Zum Zum #3 x OZ Kush

Breeder: Dying Breed

Bud Structure: Dense, resinous and chunky nugs.

Skelly’s Notes: This cross of Watermelon Zum Zum #3 x OZ Kush is one of our in house staples for Water Hash and Rosin. A genetic caked in clear glistening resin that tastes of fruitful sugar and comes together perfectly in both solventless and hydrocarbon concentrates.

Predominant Terpenes (Top 5 from greatest to least presence):

Genetics: Zkittlez and OZ Kush

Breeder: Dying Breed Seeds

Bud Structure: Christmas tree shaped nugs with a lime green hue.

Skelly’s Notes: A small variation on one of our classics, Z Cubed #5 is a newly released phenotype from our original genetic hunt. Bred by Dying Breed Seeds with two of their best strains Zkittlez x OZ Kush. This phenotype is true to the original Zkittlez genetic with an artificial fruit sweetness and a little lemon pledge, but this time paired with a tiny OG kick. We like to call this strain the lime pheno because it’s almost like a lime skittles flavor with fresh and bright fruits.

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Genetics: Zkittlez x OZ Kush (Eddy Lepp OG x Zkittlez)

Breeder: Zkittlez Family and 3rd Generation Family Farms

Bud Structure: Chunky with orange and lime green hues.

Skelly’s Notes: This phenotype features a very exotic terpene profile, tasting of candy skittles split with robust lemon lime and maybe even a fabric softener sheet. This strain does not do well in hash, but makes delicious flower and hydrocarbon extract like our badders and sauces. The high is more stoney and couchlock than uplifting, which resembles the OZ Kush.

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Chemdawg Seeds

A guide on everything you need to know about Chemdawg Seeds. Including tips for cultivation and where to find Chemdawg seeds online.

There are a handful of cannabis strains that define the marijuana industry, and one of those strains is Chemdawg (aka Chemdog). Chemdawg is a legendary cannabis strain that’s the backbone of countless award winners, such as OG Kush and Sour Diesel.

No strain will make a cannabis connoisseur’s head turn-on-a-dime than Chemdawg. Chemdawg seeds harbor boundless THC potential, nose curling diesel aroma, and ideal for both medical and recreational cannabis users alike.

Read along to understand everything there is to know about Chemdawg seeds, from its obscured background to pushing Chemdawg plants to their maximum potential.

Chemdawg Seeds – Strain ID:

Type: Sativa-Dominant Hybrid
Cannabinoids: Up to 26% THC
Terpenes: Caryophyllene, Limonene, Myrcene
Effects: Productive, Relaxing, Creative
Landrace Strain: Unknown (Thai x Nepalese)

Grow Difficulty: Medium to Hard
Harvest: 7-9 Weeks / 9-11 Weeks
Yield: 800g/㎡ / Up to 800g/plant
Height: 5 to 6-Feet / >6-Feet
(*Indoor / Outdoor)

The Best Chemdawg Feminized Seeds in 2022:

• 19-22% THC
• Harvest: 8-10 Weeks
• Yield: 400-500g/㎡

• Shipping Worldwide
• Including Free Seeds
• Credit Cards & Bitcoin Accepted

Prices
• £5.6 Per Seed
• Bulk orders get discounted rate

• UP to 25% THC
• Harvest: 8 Weeks
• Yield: 400-500g/㎡

• Shipping to US, EU, UK, AU, NZ
• Germination Guarantee
• Credit Cards & Bitcoin Accepted

Prices
• 5 Seeds – $89
• 10 Seeds – $109
• 20 Seeds – $179

About Chemdawg Seeds

Background

The plain and simple fact regarding the origin of Chemdawg seeds is that no one knows. Many cannabis historians believe that Chemdawg seeds were the result of two landrace sativa strains — Thai and Nepalese.

Another story that’s popular among old school cannabis enthusiasts is that Chemdawg seeds originated from a “bag seed” from a Grateful Dead Concert. Lastly, another tale points to a Colorado-based cannabis strain that made users fall over like a dog. Although most of these stories are somewhat reasonable, none of them have any validity.

What is known is that Chemdawg became an immediate hit the moment it reached the cannabis community. Its distinct terpene content and mind-blowing potency shocked the senses of anyone who indulged in it.

Although Chemdog seeds are believed to be of pure sativa origin, its effects point to a higher possibility that it’s an even hybrid. Since its introduction as a clone-only cannabis strain, breeders have created improved Chemdawg seeds for growers around the world to experience the beauty that Chemdawg has to offer.

Growing Chemdawg Seeds

If you’re ready to step up to the plate and grow some of the finest cannabis genetics available, Chemdawg is precisely what you’ll need.

Once you have your Chemdawg seeds, you’ll need to understand a multitude of considerations to pull off a successful harvest. Although Chemdawg isn’t for beginners, all of your efforts will be worthwhile as you indulge in Chemdawgs’ unadulterated ammonia-diesel-herbal dankness.

Grow Difficulty:

We won’t mince words — Chemdawg seeds are a medium to hard strain to grow.

If you’re just starting your journey into cannabis cultivation, you may want to leave Chemdawg seeds for the green thumbs. However, if you’re ready to get down and dirty, then Chemdawg will push your skills as a cultivator to the edge — and beyond.

Optimal Growing Conditions and Climate:

Like most cannabis strains, Chemdawg prefers a dry and warm climate. In other words, Chemdawg seeds will grow quickly in a Mediterranean region, such as Southern California.

To grow Chemdawg, a temperature range of 60-80°F is ideal. However, dipping into the 50°F range is a suitable low-end, and rising as high as 90°F is acceptable. Temperatures outside of these ranges may produce a negative effect on growth.

One of the most important considerations when growing Chemdawg seeds concerning climate is the relative humidity. Chemdawg does not enjoy high levels of moisture but instead prefers an RH of 45% and less.

Chemdawg is susceptible to mold, which means your indoor or outdoor environment must have the means to ensure humidity levels do not breach 50%.

Flowering Time:

Chemdawg may finish flowering in as little as 7-weeks, which is an ideal amount of time for the vast majority of growers. However, you will likely find a phenotype that completes its flowering cycle in 9-weeks.

When growing Chemdawg seeds indoors, especially in hydroponics, the flowering time can be between 7-8-weeks. Make sure that you use a loupe to check the trichome color to verify that your Chemdawg plants are ready for harvest.

When growing Chemdawg seeds outdoors, you will likely pull down a bountiful harvest in October.

Yield:

One of the biggest reasons why growers gravitate towards Chemdawg seeds is because they yield boatloads of trichome-covered buds.

Indoors, Chemdawg seeds will reward growers with over 800-grams per meter squared. When grown outdoors, Chemdawg can unload 800-grams per plant. As you can see, Chemdawg is perfect for home growers and commercial cultivators alike.

Once you harvest your Chemdawg crop, your stash jars will overflow with top-shelf buds.

Height:

Due to the potential sativa genetics found within Chemdawg, you should expect a tall cannabis plant that will overtake your grow room if you let it.

Chemdawg seeds are vigorous, and they are fast growers. When growing Chemdawg indoors with limited space, it’s recommended that you use the Screen of Green (ScrOG) technique.

Chemdawg’s branchy nature works well with a ScrOG setup, so make sure you brush up on your ScrOG skills to get the most out of your Chemdawg seeds.

When growing Chemdawg outdoors, let it reach for the sky. Chemdawg will blast past the 6′ mark before you can blink your eyes, and unless you have nosy neighbors, you’ll soon have a gorgeous cannabis tree in your backyard.

Resistance to Pests and Mold:

Chemdawg is susceptible to mold. When we say mold, we’re talking about bud rot and powdery mildew. These are some of the worst infections possible on a cannabis plant, so you need to prepare your indoor or outdoor garden to ensure a low humidity environment.

The first tip to combat mold and mildew is reducing humidity. Let’s take a look at the various ways you can quickly reduce the moisture in your grow space.

• Add one oscillating fan per square meter
Lollipop your plants — which means remove the bottom leaves that do not receive light
• Do not over-water
• Immediately dry any spilled water and never allow free-standing water in your garden
• Clean all fallen leaves or pieces of the medium that can harbor mold and mildew spores
• Never wear dirty clothes in your cannabis garden.

Strain Description and Properties

The Appearance of Chemdawg:

Chemdawg buds are a sight to behold.

As you pick up a Chemdawg bud and twirl it around to observe its beauty, you’ll be dazzled by the glittering trichomes that coat the flower. Delicate green and vibrant orange hairs top-off the aesthetics of the Chemdawg flower.

All in all, you will quickly realize that Chemdawg buds are a work of art. It’s incredible to think that so many jaw-dropping flowers can come from a single plant. Thanks to their connoisseur-grade quality, Chemdog seeds are some of the most sought after genetics in the world.

As you pick up a Chemdawg bud and twirl it around to observe its beauty, you’ll be dazzled by the glittering trichomes that coat the flower.

Dominant Cannabinoids Found in Chemdawg Seeds:

When you look at Chemdawg lab-tests, we won’t blame you for rubbing your eyes. We’ve seen Chemdawg flowers reach as high as 26% THC. At this potency, Chemdawg straddles the fine line of being too strong for most.

If you’re new to cannabis, you might want to pass up on taking a rip from Chemdawg. Even the most seasoned tokers will tell you that the Chemdawg strain isn’t to be underestimated.

Dominant Terpenes Found in Chemdawg Seeds:

Chemdawg is world-renowned for its terpene content. Thanks to its unique terpene composition, Chemdawg enjoys one of the most desired aromas and flavor profiles around.

Chemdawg contains three dominant terpenes, such as

• Caryophyllene
• Myrcene
• Limonene

The caryophyllene content in Chemdawg seeds produces an unforgettably sharp pungency that you won’t soon forget.

The myrcene content in Chemdawg seeds produces a deep herbal layer that’s enticingly fragrant. Lastly, the limonene is the icing on the cake. The limonene content found in Chemdawg seeds produces the pungent lemon tones that many cannabis enthusiasts have come to know and love in Chemdawg.

As all of these terpenes mold into one, the distinct aroma and flavor of lemon-diesel fuel-dankness become very apparent.

However, this incredible terpene profile is a double-edged sword because Chemdawg plants or cured Chemdawg flowers will reek to high heaven. In other words, Chemdawg seeds aren’t suitable for stealth growers or if you’re trying to sneak in a bit of bud into a club.

Effects of Chemdawg:

Chemdawg seeds contain potent effects.

The high THC content and terpenes deliver nearly simultaneous effects that will provide a laser-like focus, increased awareness, boundless creativity, and eventually, the desire to kick back and relax.

Experiencing Chemdawg firsthand is incredible because it first sends your mind racing through the clouds but can eventually make you sleepy. If there’s a reason why you should consider Chemdawg seeds, it’s the fact that its effects are second-to-none.

Medical Properties of Chemdawg:

Chemdawg is ideal for medical marijuana patients, especially those that have PTSD, chronic pain, inflammation, and depression.

Chemdawg seeds are filled with not only cannabinoids (THC) but also with terpenes that play a significant medical role. Terpenes, such as caryophyllene, are known to reduce inflammation and pain. Limonene is known to increase appetite while elevating the mood. Lastly, myrcene is well-known to promote deep relaxation that can reduce anxiety and depression

Negative Effects of Chemdawg:

Chemdawg is a potent cannabis strain, and you may experience a strong sense of paranoia or anxiety if you overindulge. Aside from fear, Chemdawg users may experience dry mouth or blood-shot eyes.

Pros/Cons of Growing Chemdawg Seeds

  • Connoisseur-grade flowers
  • Ultra-high potency
  • Perfect for Medical Use
  • Perfect for medical marijuana users
  • Mouth-watering flavor
  • Desirable aroma
  • Difficult to grow
  • Susceptible to mold
  • Tall plant height
  • Not ideal for stealth growers

The Best Chemdawg Feminized Seeds in 2022:

• 19-22% THC
• Harvest: 8-10 Weeks
• Yield: 400-500g/㎡

• Shipping Worldwide
• Including Free Seeds
• Credit Cards & Bitcoin Accepted

Prices
• £5.6 Per Seed
• Bulk orders get discounted rate

• UP to 25% THC
• Harvest: 8 Weeks
• Yield: 400-500g/㎡

• Shipping to US, EU, UK, AU, NZ
• Germination Guarantee
• Credit Cards & Bitcoin Accepted

Prices
• 5 Seeds – $89
• 10 Seeds – $109
• 20 Seeds – $179

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