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Topic: Infinity V2 Thread IET
Message: Posted by: Krazyjay (Feb 11, 2009 06:16AM)
Hello Everyone

I have been playing with v2 IET for a month now. I love this stuff its so small and strong. All your favorite thread/loop work can be done with Rudy's Infinity V2 Thread. Finally there is a thread on the market that I'm confident enough to work with. I took a 3" piece of thread and stretched it over 5x its length before it broke. I showed this to a friend who uses Mesika thread and he loved it, then I told him how much you get he couldn't believe it. I feel that Rudy's Infinity V2 Thread to be superior then any other thread on the market.

You can buy it here http://www.brownbeautymagic.com

Jeremy
Message: Posted by: bobbyk (Mar 16, 2009 06:24PM)
I just received Infinity Thread V2 from Rudy and it's really terrific stuff! Besides the IET itself, the packaging is PERFECT in my opinion. It should fit in nearly any pocket. Because of the packaging design and size I was easily able to set up at a dinner the other night right in front of people as we were in dinner conversation... Plus there is a huge supply... :)

I much prefer Rudy's idea for storage than with any other IET I've used....and I have used a lot!

Great thinking Rudy! (also thanks for the quick delivery- 2days :) )

Best,
Bobby
Message: Posted by: Dam (Mar 17, 2009 11:10AM)
I received my infinity V2 spool, order after playing with the sample offer by Rudy (thanks for this one Ruddy).

When Ruddy offer a free sample, I said me it's the occasion to try it.
(before I hesitate to buy this thread but continue to strip my own IET and colored it with a sharpie type pen, so about 15 min to have 5 loops and I think I'm really fast ;) ).
Since I try the infinity pre-stripped thread, I think I'll never use my old thread.
5 min to do 10 or 15 loops (no stripping and no coloring).
That was for the facility.

Now for the utility of this thread.
I never use Mesika thread,so I can't compare which is better.
But I find the Infinity thread really strong for a very good invisibility and a you can stretch it a lot. ( I can tie a loops who just fit my wrist perfectly and can use it like normal loops - with my old thread, I had to tie a little loose to have a good length for my used and it was a little uncomfortable)

At this time, the infinity thread is the perfect thread for my use, and for that, thanks a lot Ruddy.

Damien
Message: Posted by: TKE (Mar 23, 2009 07:21PM)
So this is basically the same as mesikas except colored and cheaper..correct?
Message: Posted by: thehawk (Mar 24, 2009 12:34PM)
It says its coloured(black) with a dull finish.
Message: Posted by: dsalley13 (Mar 24, 2009 03:54PM)
I finally got a sample from Rudy and it is most excellent. I've been using Silkworm EIT for quite awhile (with an Omega Reel and other ITRs), and for tying my own "Hoops" (I can't use that other word that starts with "L" here or I may get sued!!!), so I can say I'm pretty used to thread work. It doesn't make me nervous anymore.

Rudy's Infinity v.2 thread is slimmer and is more easily hidden in bad lighting. It is a bit more breakable than Silkworm EIT, but I am trying to change my technique to make up for that very little loss of tensile strength. It's not too black and it doesn't sparkle like some EIT does. I find it an excellent product.

I have to get a little dispenser pack of it, maybe 2. I like it. It's priced very affordably. No way was I ever going to buy one of those 2 mile long spools of it in it's former incarnation!! Thanks Rudy! Great product.


dsalley13
Message: Posted by: Korhan (Mar 24, 2009 03:57PM)
I've used Silkworm ones before. I hope Infinity is better...
Message: Posted by: TJ Newton (Mar 25, 2009 05:14PM)
Out of curiosity, after ordering about how long does it take to get the thread?
Message: Posted by: TJ Newton (Mar 28, 2009 01:09PM)
Got my thread today, quite speedily I might add. Really good looking thread! Thanks Rudy!
Message: Posted by: Ed Mauve (Apr 18, 2009 02:08AM)
How does V2 compare with the 1+ pound spool 1st edition of infinity thread?
Message: Posted by: Rudy Sanchez (Apr 18, 2009 09:25AM)
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On 2009-04-18 03:08, Ed Mauve wrote:
How does V2 compare with the 1+ pound spool 1st edition of infinity thread?
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v2 is presplit and sold in smaller quantities. Each unit contains 300ft. of IET. Also v2 comes in a very cool custom dispenser that is the perfect size and keeps the iet safe.

The original "Infinity" had to be split. I no longer offer this product for sale.
Message: Posted by: Ed Mauve (Apr 18, 2009 10:26AM)
So the idea of V2 is to save us time, trouble and provides an easy to carry around device for us to perform with, sounds good, Thanks.
Message: Posted by: Ba Ba Booey (Apr 18, 2009 09:18PM)
I got some loops from Rudy, and man, are they nice. I'll be ordering a unit soon.
Message: Posted by: wingz (Apr 19, 2009 12:12AM)
Any plan to release it to other online retail stores?
Message: Posted by: Rudy Sanchez (Apr 19, 2009 01:12AM)
[quote]
On 2009-04-19 01:12, wingz wrote:
Any plan to release it to other online retail stores?
[/quote]
Yes. At the moment Hocus Pocus has v2 in stock. Sometime next month others will be carrying it.
Message: Posted by: taoist (Apr 20, 2009 09:03AM)
Are you still offering samples?
Message: Posted by: Rudy Sanchez (Apr 20, 2009 09:09AM)
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On 2009-04-20 10:03, taoist wrote:
Are you still offering samples?
[/quote]
Sample offering ended in February.

Thanks for your interest!
Message: Posted by: mitchb2 (Apr 24, 2009 02:55PM)
Well, Infinity V1 was great. So pre-stripped can only be better!