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Old 12-05-2007, 03:41 PM   #11
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Yeah mine are just the disposable kind you can get at any store. I got mine from walmart. Like 100 pack for $5. I like vinyl better than latex because the material feels a little thicker to me and vinyl doesn't fit so tight so I feel safer with the clownfish that way. They are both perfectly fine though, but only wrist length. The clown rarely bites at my arm, especially if I scare him away with my gloved hand first. hehe.
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I've found these 2 in the UK, one looks a lot thicker than the other though! Which would you go for? :-

http://www.decoratingdirect.co.uk/viewprod/m/MEDDVG/

http://www.youreableshop.co.uk/modul...31#description
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I just started a box of the vinyl after using the latex in the past. I like the vinyl a lot more. They are thicker and don't tear as easily. Not quite the same feel as you have with the latex but just as good for the work we are doing in the tank.
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Cool, which of the 2 links above would you go for?
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Old 12-09-2007, 01:01 PM   #15
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They both have the vinyl gloves. The first site is less money. If they are not exorbitant on the shipping charges go with that one.
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I think the first site was less because the vinyl looked a lot thinner. I went with the thicker ones (£5 shipping though, bit annoying!!), so I hope they're ok!
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