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xdmray

Well-Known Member
the only thing is it is 3/8", a little on the small side. it might look good though if it wiggles just like the regular non black surgical tubing.
 

johnsonn

New Member
yea, i was just searching the web for different things to use as dreads. i have never actually seen it but i can imagine that they are the same as the clear surgical tube, and yea it is a little small but thought it was an interesting direction to go with dreads for a build on a budget.
 

skunk

New Member
yea, i was just searching the web for different things to use as dreads. i have never actually seen it but i can imagine that they are the same as the clear surgical tube, and yea it is a little small but thought it was an interesting direction to go with dreads for a build on a budget.
At £4.00 for just one metre...you will only get 2 dreads from each roll....if you want 40 dreads...you will need 20 rolls....thats £80 and you still have to pay for the shipping and for that price you are going to end up with something that just LOOKS budget...when in fact will work out quite expensive.
 

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hez1

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Yep...at that price, you're paying almost the same as for a set of foam dreads. Not really worth it.
 

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