Spooled Lead - 5/32" Round H

$99.95 USD
Item# 5590SP
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Product Features

  • Spooled lead means no more twisted lengths of came
  • Easy to store, takes up less space in your studio
  • 15 lbs. No extra boxing or shipping charges
  • Use for classical leaded stained glass or larger projects


Product Description

Spooled lead is easy to use and easy to store! No more bulky boxes to store or twisted lengths of came. This revolutionary new method of storing and dispensing lead will make your glass work easier than ever! With spooled lead there are also no extra boxing or shipping charges.

With its thick rounded sides, Round H looks great on your stained glass art. Use it in classical leaded stained glass designs or larger projects. Face measures 5/32". Standard 5/32" channel. Approximately 189 feet long; spool weighs 15 pounds.

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Pros : Having messed with pieces of came and tried to keep it straight - to no avail - this is the only way to go. Easy to handle with little if any waste. Just cut what you need. No left over pieces to little to use.
Cons : None
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Pros : I've been using Spooled lead came now for several years. One of the big advantages is the minimum space required to store the lead. I can easily keep several widths on hand. When the lead is stretched it is equal in quality to the traditional came.
Cons : I've found no negative aspect to the spooled lead.
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