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addi Click Turbo Basic Interchangeable Circular Knitting Needle System with Exclusive Blue Cords
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- Each kit includes 10 different sizes of addi Turbo tips: 3.5mm, 3.75mm, 4.0mm, 4.5mm, 5.0mm, 5.5mm, 6.0mm, 8.0mm, 9.0mm, and 10.0mm; includes Skacel's exclusive and extremely pliable cords
- Includes 3 extremely pliable blue cords which create 24", 32", and 40" needles
- Includes 1 addi Click connector which helps to either store stitches or combine your cords and vibrant green case
- Designed and manufactured in Germany to exacting standards and using finest materials available
- Lifetime Guarantee from any manufacturer's defects
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I have other brands of interchangable needles. My first set was the inexpensive Denise. The work fine, but the cords are too thick for magic loop knitting, where the excess cord sticks out. I have Knitpicks interchangables, and they have a very nice point for fine work, but they screw together. On some, the connection cannot be tighened enough to prevent loosening, and I really hate having to stop every row to tighten. It's really a mess when they come off mid-row. The Knitpicks cords are fine. The surface on the Knitpicks needles is smooth, but a bit sticky - like paste wax - and some yarns really don't slide well.
The Addis are GREAT. The bamboo is very smooth, and only slightly slower than metal needles (a plus for me, as I don't lose stitches off the needles as easily). Tips are more rounded than the Knitpicks, but I'm knitting with a fuzzy alpca yarn now w/o problems. The cords are flexible and do magic loop well. The joins are nice and smooth - the best of all the sets I have - and they stay together w/o any worries (they bayonet in and twist into a j-shaped channel.) I've read the Addi Lace Clicks lace have shorter needle attachments, and I was concerned that these would not be as comfortable to knit with. The needle attachments on the bamboo Clicks are long enough to hold and manipulate comfortably. These are a great set. I cringed at the price because I'd been disappointed with various things about other sets, and had to buy these w/o trying them. I feel the Addis are the go-to set for me, and are as good as they should be. I'd buy them again. I'm a VERY happy knitter with these.
BUT - the cables. Ugh. These cables kink up and stay kinked up. I can't get them to straighten out! It's annoying - and after spending this kind of money on a set of needles, I feel like I shouldn't have to fight with a cable that kinks. I have an old set of size 2 Addi Turbo's that I bought years and years ago and those cables do not kink up - yet the cables being used in the kit are not the same as the cables from my old set of 2's.
My overall experience with these are good - so I gave it the three stars because they are an awesome set of needles. Aside from the kinky-thing... :)
Over the years, I've collected hundreds of needles of various materials. I've tried plastic, wood, bamboo and different types of metals. I always come back to Addi. When I learned a few years ago that Skacel was coming out with a line of interchangeable Addis, I was thrilled, that is until I realized that I already had far more needles than I could ever use, including two interchangeable sets from other manufacturers.
Although I suppressed it for a few years, the desire to own these needles never left me and recently and happily, I succumbed. The Clicks are everything I imagined and more. The needle tips themselves are of the same quality as my individual Addis and important to me, they feel and even sound the same. The cables are soft and supple and I've experienced no problems with kinking or curling. The joining mechanism is pure genius. It's fast and easy and requires no tools. Yet it produces a smooth, seamless join that's very strong and secure. At the same time, it's easy to undo when you're ready. Even the presentation is well done. And the company stands behind its products and offers a lifetime guarantee from manufacturer's defects.
For anyone who has used and liked Addi Turbo needles, I recommend the Click system without reservation.
You can shop around and find them on sites for a few dollars difference. I opted to purchase through Amazon because I felt more secure with the site.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I absolutely love these. They work great and I am using them for about 4 different projects at this time.Published 9 days ago by lmsdwarf
By far the worlds best needles for knitting lace - I love them the best ever !Published 26 days ago by K. McIntyre
Works well. The extender might not be working properly (as I dropped stitches but was able to pick them up again) but that's OK.Published 1 month ago by Barry Chametzky
Four years ago my husband purchased this knitting needle set for me for Christmas. It was the best gift he had ever given me, as I use it constantly and it is always in my knitting... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Theresa Hofstetter
The needles are great! I took away 2 stars because I think they came used even though they sold it as new... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hope
The addi natura bamboo click needles are great. They are the best bamboo needles I have ever used and the join is smooth. Love them!Published 1 month ago by Debbie
These are the best needles I have ever used and I having been knitting for thirty years.Published 1 month ago by Marina