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Beadalon Designer Crimper Tool

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Beadalon Designer Crimper Tool
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Use this bead crimping tool to close and secure crimp beads with ease. For use with all 2x2mm crimps. The lower position grooves crimp beads and tubes tightly closed with one firm grip. The upper position grooves serve to round off the edges. See the video demo below. For a complete demonstration of the different tools and techniques used for crimping, see the How to use Crimp Beads Video.

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
crimper tool
This tool is great! My crimps hold tightly and look more professional (rounded)than using the round nose plyers(flat).
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Reviewed by:  from Georgia. on 1/11/2012
5/5
5 Stars
Love this tool
this is the second crimper I have had (wore the first one out) and I love it! When I crimp and then test the hold, I have never been disappointed.
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Reviewed by:  from Bedford. on 2/21/2011
5/5
5 Stars
My first time crimping!
I crimped for the first time today! :) Not sure I didn't it perfectly but this tool really made it easy for a first timer! I highly doubt I would have been able to crimp with normal pliers. Worth buying!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Hawaii/UK/Cyprus. on 2/16/2014
5/5
5 Stars
Beadalon Desighner Crimping Tool:
I love this tool it works like a dream, at fist I didn''''t know how to use it (after the 2nd day of using it I found out the trick.) but after you keep on trying to get it right you get it right and I recemended it to my friends that were into beading like me:)
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Reviewed by:  from Florida. on 1/6/2011
5/5
5 Stars
Beadalon Designer Crimper Tool
This tool is worth the money, but this tool does not make the little round bead which is the tool I actually meant to buy, but since I do like this tool I decided to keep it. I will get the other one later.
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Reviewed by:  from FL. on 7/11/2010
5/5
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