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Gold Plated Crimp End For Beading Chain

Part Number:CB/5080G
Gold Plated Crimp End For Beading Chain
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Brass

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R-1019

Gold Plated Crimp End For Beading Chain.  To be used with Gold Plated Brass Beading Chain by the Foot.

Lead and nickel free. Watch the video below for a quick demonstration on how to use this product:

Customer Reviews

3 Stars
Crimps
I don't know what happen to my Crimps but I can't use the pliers to crimp these. It's like they are so hard nothing will squeeze them shut. I wonder if anyone else has had this problem. I have strong hands I thought?
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Reviewed by:  from Chickamauga, Ga. on 4/15/2015
3/5
5 Stars
Mrs
As with all the crimp ends,they are so easy to use and put a great finish on a necklace or bracelet. Love them
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Long beach. on 5/24/2014
5/5
4 Stars
Indispensable for Beading Chain
Although expensive, especially for goldplate, these crimp ends are indispensable for nicely finishing .7mm beading chain. I put a dab of glue on the end of the chain before placing and crimping.
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Reviewed by:  from Washington DC. on 6/27/2013
4/5

Questions and Answers

Q: Would this crimp end accomodate 2 ends of a .18 flex wire? Thank you if not what at your store would work. I need to fit 2 pieces of flex wire through the crimp. I know the 2mm crimp tubes work but I have nothing to attach then to an earring wire.
Asked by: Diana handler - 7/16/2014
A: Diana,
If you use a 19 strand beading wire, it should work. I thought for sure I had made some for the web like that, but couldn't find them. However I did find some other options that may work too. You can use a 2x2 crimp and form a loop out of one piece of the wire like I did here: http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Have-Heart-Earrings-Archive_p_7642.html
Or you can use a clam shell beading tip, as in this example: http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Crystalline-Drop-Earrings-Archive_p_7640.html
You could also use two of the beading wire crimp ends and attach them to a jump ring as in this example: http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Trapeze-Earrings-Archive_p_3704.html
I hope one or all of these help! Karla
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (7/16/2014)
Q: Are these sold individually? Or do they come in a bag in a bunch I need 12. If they come in a bunch, I'll need 1
Asked by: Cecilia - 8/10/2014
A: They are sold by the piece.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (8/12/2014)
Q: Does this come in gunmetal or is the gunmetal pix just not showing it the same?
Asked by: Carol - 9/17/2014
A: Yes it does come in gunmetal. The pic does not show how it looks, it looks just like the others and like in my usage video. I will make a note to have that re-photographed. Thanks
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (9/17/2014)
Q: Karla, I am having a problem with closing mine. I even took both hands and sqeezed them as tight as I could but they ended up flying thru the room and bouncing off the wall and hitting another one. I have a strong grip but something just are not right with these. Has anyone else had this problem before? I hope you can help me with this because without these on the ends I can't use the chain. Help me!!! You pulled me thru Peyote Carla and if you did this for me you can do anything! Thank you, Cynthia
Asked by: Cynthia - 4/30/2015
A: No I haven't heard this from anyone else, but that doesn't mean it is not a problem! I went to look at the findings again, just to make sure that they haven't changed. I even watched my video again just to confirm what I was about to say, are you smashing in that little middle channel? You can see that they are almost segmented. You may even want to try using some chain nose pliers. If it continues to be an issue for you, then please ask our Customer Service to swap them out with some new ones, just to make sure it was not the a bad batch. Karla
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (5/4/2015)

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