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Subject: Re: alternative to rubber bands (was Shock-Mounting...)
From: "Rob Danielson" danielson_rob
Date: Fri Jul 21, 2006 10:12 pm (PDT)
At 2:44 AM +0000 7/22/06, David Kuhn wrote:
>--- In  Rob Danielson <>
>   I admit its a bit inconvenient to have to have to replace
>>  the rubber bands three or four times a year. If you come across an
>>  alternative that proves to work, please share it. > --
>Rob, try these bands that go by the brand name "scunci", in your
>favorite cosmetics-and-hair-care section--like cloth-covered
>rubberbands that women and other people use to bind a pony-tail and
>last a long time in the weather, see:

Thanks David. I'll look for them. I see they have a many styles. Is 
there one you can recommend that stretches to a large diameter (like 
5-6" doubled) and remains elastic?  Maybe ?  The 
large, head-band "Get a Grips?"  Rob D.

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