Aliance #33 Latex-Free Colored Rubber Bands (1 lb)

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Aliance #33 Latex-Free Colored Rubber Bands (1 lb) - Alliance Sterling Rubber Bands are totally latex-free and contain no natural rubber proteins. This makes them the ideal rubber bands for medical facilities and schools where allergies are a concern. Alliance latex-free rubber bands have a recognizable orange color for easy identification.

  • 100% latex-free bands are made from synthetic rubber and contain no natural rubber proteins to protect users from latex allergy reactions.
  • Soft stretch which helps protect against Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
  • High quality product in bright orange color sets them apart for easy identification.
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Worst Rubberbands in 2278


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    • Breaks Easily
    • Difficult To Use
    • Doesn't Last 200 Years

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    Comments about Alliance Aliance #33 Latex-Free Colored Rubber Bands:

    These rubber bands are quite possibly the worst purchase I've ever made. They barely give you any rubber when you scrap them and contrary to popular belief, rubber band guns can't take out Ghouls. They have almost no elasticity and they break when you even try to stretch them out a little bit. Apparently, these things don't last 200 years through nuclear fallout. I truly thought by 2278, that there would be rubber bands that could last a few centuries.


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    Comments about Alliance Aliance #33 Latex-Free Colored Rubber Bands:

    I bought boxes of latex free, anti-microbial and ergodynamic rubber bands to see which I liked the best. None held up like a regular rubber band. Most rubber bands will start to disintegrate after a year or two. These latex-free orange bands started breaking almost immediately, and were worthless within a few months. The blue weren't much better, and the ergodynamic were only a little better than that. If you need things to stay bundled for more than a few weeks, get a regular rubber band.

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      What are the sizes of the bands?
      Asked on 3/20/2012 by Hank from Anderson, IN

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        The Alliance Rubber Bands are sized 3 1/2" x 1/8."

        Answered on 3/21/2012 by Adam
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