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Beadalon 19-strand Wire, 30 ft, .015, Silver
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Beadalon 19-strand Wire, 30 ft, .015, Silver

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Beadalon 19-strand Stringing Wire, 30 ft, .015. Beadalon 19 is more economical than Beadalon 49 and only slightly less flexible. It has 19 miniature stainless steel strands, and is nylon coated for kink and abrasion resistance.
Use with 2mm crimp beads and your favorite crimp tool to complete the perfect necklace or bracelet design! Watch the instructional video below to learn more about the different types beading wire.
Sold As: 30 Foot Spool
Country of Origin: United States
Size: .015 Inch Diameter
Material: Stainless Steel
Shape: Round
Bin: S1-105

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Customer Reviews
Rating Fantastic wire
This wire is really strong and good for beads that need extra support. I enjoy all of the products that I receive from Auntie's.
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Reviewed by:  from Spring, Tx.. - 8/2/2011
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This is very economical as compared to beadalon 49. I think this is very flexible and I don''''t think I will need to use the 49. This works for everything I make.
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Reviewed by:  from Beading Wire. - 11/13/2010
Questions and Answers
Q: which is best for necklaces and bracelets, the .018 or the .015?
Asked by: - 5/15/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: What an excellent question! The size of wire you use isn't determined by whether or not you are making necklaces or bracelets, it is determined by the size of the beads you are using. .015" wire is good for beads with smaller holes, such as freshwater pearls and beads that are lightweight, such as seed beads. You will use .018" on beads like gemstones and crystals. Almost every beader I know keeps both sizes handy to suit his/her current project.
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