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Gold Crimp Tubes for .8mm Elasticity Cording, 80pc

Part Number:346A-024
Gold Crimp Tubes for .8mm Elasticity Cording, 80pc
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Pkg 80

Size:

0.8mm

Material:

Base Metal

Bin:

Z03-312
Gold colored base metal crimp tubes/beads for .8mm Elasticity. Outer diameter measures 2mm by 4mm. Inner diameter measures 1.5mm.

These crimps are designed to hold .8mm stretch cord without needing to knot and glue the cording. For maximum security, apply a dab of glue (such as Hypo Cement) inside the crimp tube before crimping with your Designer Crimper Tool. Watch the video below for a quick demonstration on how to use this product:

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Great Alternative to Knots
Love, love and love some more. These crimps are great for making the ever so popular stretchy bracelets. You no longer have to fool with knots and glue and then still have them come apart. The crimp is the perfect solution. So far I have not have had one come apart and I have put them through vigorous pulling and tugging!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Hackleburg, Alabama. on 11/4/2014
5/5
5 Stars
great idea
I've never seen these before, so I bought them to see if they worked. They really do work. They held together my elastic bracelet and all I had to do is add a cover to make it disappear. I will buy more when I run out of these.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from New Mexico. on 2/23/2014
5/5

Questions and Answers

Q: How does one crimp elasticity cord? I'd love to learn since that is the reason I don't use it. I don't like the look of, or really trust, knots and glue. Thank you.
Asked by: Gale - 4/14/2014
A: You crimp Elasticity like you would crimp beading wire. Karla actually did a project where she crimped elastic. You can find it here.
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Answer provided by:  Shanna (4/14/2014)

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