Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Bare Copper Wire Tarnish Resistant Jewelry Wire, 0.4 mm, by Navifoce

As a Professional Photographer I always have to think outside the box when comes to adding a special flare to the photos, and props. Recently I wanted to hang a tiny sign on a cake but since I was using twine it was challenging getting it to stay the particular way I wanted. My husband suggested to try some of his soldering wire which worked but the selection of soldering wires that he had was too thick. It worked momentarily but it was hard to bend at will, so he suggested checking a more flexible wire like the ones used for jewelry. I ordered this tarnish resistant jewelry wire from Navifoce mostly to be used with my photography props but also for my general crafting; I’m sure my husband will also figure out a way to use it as well.

This set of bare copper wire tarnish resistant jewelry wires comes in three different enamel colors: copper, gold and silver. Its diameter is 0.4 mm, I like that it is easy to see the size as all the reel have a big 4 on it. The thinness of the wire is perfect as I can hide it, and not let it obvious when setting up a scene for photography. I have no complaints about it, it is exactly what I expected when I ordered. The only thing I would suggest is adding how much wire comes in each reel because I read the listing and checked the reels and did not find any information about it. Other than that, the jewelry wire looks and works as expected.

Disclosure: I received this item at a deducted price in exchange for my sincere, impartial testing, and assessment. My opinion is always based on mine, and my family’s experiences with the product. I have no relationship with the seller, and there were no promises regarding the outcome of my review.



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