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Darice NSP107 Battery-Powered Bead Spinner
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- Bead spinner strings beads quickly and efficiently to eliminate hand and eye fatigue
- 3 bead bowls with lids hold handfuls of tiny plastic, wood, or seed-based beads
- On/off switch activates spinning motion; skein of 3 m thread and 2 curved needles
- Requires 2 AA batteries (included); complete operating and project instructions provided
- Measures approximately 5-2/5 by 8-1/2 by 4-2/3 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
I bought the Jr. size wooden manual spinner by Beadalon for comparison and was pleased with it. First, it was SILENT! No humming and no switches to grab to stop the spinning. And with a smaller bowl I still could easily pick up beads even after using up most of my supply. It seemed to pick up beads faster than the Darice version, too.
So save a few dollars and go for the manual power. You'll also save money by not burning up AA batteries! Just wish it came with a second curved needle!
I absolutely adore it.
Is it whisper quiet? No. But after two or three uses, it quit making the odd squealing sound I noticed at first. Also, keeping more beads in the bowl tends to keep down the clatter. And the best feature is that threading beads no longer aggravates my carpal tunnel. I still use my manual spinner from time to time, but after a few minutes I realize that my hands grow tired more quickly because I'm having to keep up that constant spin.
New users may still have a bit of a learning curve. After all, some people have a more difficult time trying to pick up the knack of using any spinner. But the battery-powered one has radically reduced the wear and tear on my wrists and increased the number of beads I can pick up in a set time because there is no delay when I need to use my left hand to adjust some other element of my project.
Update: After about 6 months of use, the inner workings gave out. With a puff of rubbery smelling stink, it quit working. I'm back to the manual one and probably won't replace the battery-powered one. I didn't realize just how noisy it was until I went back to the silence of the manual ones. Don't get me wrong, it has some serious pro points. The multiple bowls with lids alone made it worth it. But if it's only going to last 6 months, I can't really recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works pretty well. My wife said that she can string beads in about one third the time that it used to take her. It seems a little cheaply built but works as described.Published 1 day ago by bubba
This baby takes skill, believe it or not. You do not simply dip the needle and viola! Beads. No. It moves much too fast for that and the enclosed needle is very flimsy. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Patricia P. Surrey
Works great. I actually bought it for my significant other, she was stringing these little beads poking at a bunch of them with a straight metal needle. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Reversemidasman
Made making lots of seed bead stringing go quickly. Takes a bit to get the hang of it, but so much faster than hand stringing.Published 27 days ago by Claudia Stallings
This was a Christmas present for my daughter and she easily threw together a couple of bracelets on her own in no time! Memory wire is a great addition to this product... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Kaliscik
Just what she wanted. Haven't tried it yet, but all seems wellPublished 1 month ago by Mark Haddick
This is one of the most useful tools for anyone working with beads and especially seed beads. It's very easy to use (much easier than the manually operated spinners) and the beads... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Iris