Levitation: Just recd DIY Web spinner
|Posted: 08‑30‑2016 14:49|
Ok, first off, I ordered directly from this site, paid my $10, and a few days later get a padded mailer.
Inside are not 3, but 4 of these tubes, with the rubber gasket (band, ring, ???).
Also in my package, is the DVD.
How on earth does all this equate to $10?
Guess as soon as payday comes around, I'll try to put something in the tip hat.
Now, I've not been able to view the DVD, but where should I start? I've already made a sharpie with 20ft of Vectra IT. My question is how to use these tubes and the rubber thingies inside each one.
|Posted: 09‑01‑2016 09:15|
Well the tubes themselves are cheap, the price of the Web Spinner comes from the time it takes me to make them. I have a couple hundred tubes still and I don't want to make them, so this is basically a liquidation to get rid of these extra tubes.
As the ad copy states, they don't come with instructions so it is assumed you already know how to work it - in short, tie a piece of unstripped thread to the o-ring and insert it into the tube. Now strip the other end and you'll discover the unused bunched up strands will fit inside the tube and you can then screw the cap on. The unused thread will be protected inside the tube while the single strand will remain outside the tube.
You can put that in your pocket, anchor it to a wall, or however else you choose to setup your line.
The DVD included is for my "Super Spinner", not the original Web Spinner ..... there is one chapter where a Web Spinner hook-up is revealed that you will find useful, here is a direct link to that clip:
I use Web Spinners to store unstripped thread in my magic case, and I use the Super Spinner to work in-field. So both devices have their use.
|Posted: 09‑01‑2016 15:23|
Thanks JoeJoe, that's precisely what I was hoping to hear.
Expect an additional gift in a few minutes.