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...folding, made of wood and/or plastic device for tying individual looped IET bracelets. (There, I did my best not to use Messika's copyrighted word "Loops".)

Why folding (or take-apart)? To get it into a traveling magic case easily. I'd like to make loops anywhere I can and I want to make it less tedious and eye-ball burning.

Does anything like this exist? Does anyone have any ideas for making a do-it-yourself model?

If you go through a few loops like most of us that use them, this would be highly appreciated item. I'm using my grandson's Tinker Toys/Lincoln Logs, etc. to try and build one now, but still haven't found a quick and easy way to handle the IET and tie it. Too many cuss words creep out when I have to make 3-4 loops! :o)


PS: I don't think $20.00 to $40.00 bucks would be too exorbitant to pay for an IET looped-bracelet tying device, but over $100.00 like one I have heard of is way too high. I sure wish some magic effects builder would offer one for folks on a budget like me.
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Why not design one yourself? You know what it is that you want. After you make it, you could then sell it to others for $20 to $40 bucks.

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