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    icic... thanks.. now i got a better understanding..

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince123123 View Post
    The only issue with using tyre made rubber bands is that the bands are not uniform edge-to-edge (since the tyre is cylindrical). Sometimes they anyhow cut making the problem worse :P
    can go back cut nicely, for larger diameter the edge-edge difference not so obvious. being slightly elastic with good grip it works well for holding bounce card or foam onto flashhead.

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    how abt using wrist band?

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    Why not go to any pasar malam stall that sells sewing/tailoring needs. Look for the round or flat type of elastic band for shorts. These are cheap and tough - can withstand even hot water, mild acids and alkalines.

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    i tink yu shud paint it black or buy a black band..cuz it'll be kind of distracting
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkaiser View Post
    try silicon wristbands...
    thats what i used last time... hahahaa.... 50 cents nia.... nike bands at $1 branded somemore.. hahhaa.

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    I use those 1 inch elastic band use for those shorts that we wear. Quite difficult to find black one mostly white but I manage to find it (maybe its Art friend.... as it was quite sometime ago). Can try spotlight or those sewing shop too. Measure the length that you need then -1 to 1.5 inch for it to stretch for tighness, then sew it. Can put on velcro too if you want.
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