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Old 2013-12-04, 9:22am
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Default DICHROIC CIM Appletini Styx on SALE just $10

Dichroic CIM STYX /Appletini

Is it a ROD? Is it a STRIP?
No, It's CIM STYX Appletini!!!

If you're tired of dichro that scums and burns out, then you'll love the simple elegance of CIM STYX. They are rounded on the top and side like a rod, but flat on the bottom like a strip. They're COATED ON THE FLAT BOTTOM SURFACE with RAINBOW 2 from Coatings by Sandberg.

They are so comfy to hold in your hand, unlike the flat strips that people have had to use. And when you apply your dichro, it's already encased, saving you a step.

List Price: $15 Each
SALE PRICE: $10 Each
15.75" Long. 1/4" Wide.
COE 104 Compatible

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How do Styx differ from other dichroic products on the market? Well, first of all, they practically eliminate scumming and burnout. Because they are made from flattened rods, the sides and top are still rounded. When heating your glass on the uncoated side, the rounded shape make it almost impossible for your torch flame to lick around and hit the dichroic coating. So, Voila! No Burnout!. Also, when you apply your glass, dichro side DOWN, it is already encased with the rounded mass of glass from the rod, so it saves you a step. All you need do is marver it a little or tap it down with a tool and you'll have great dichro securely added and protected.


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I really love this photo, but it must be the flash or something that made it all look so intense!! The rods are a transparent light green, and in reflected light look subtle and sparkly. Still, this was such a pretty shot I thought I'd include itů.
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