checked on 06/13/19
|$7.79 + shipping|
checked on 06/13/19
|$8.19 + shipping|
|Approximate Band Count||1,900|
|Global Product Type||Rubber Bands-Standard Rubber Bands|
|Band Trade Size||16|
|Band Material||80% Rubber|
|Band Breaking Strength||6 lbs|
|Max Band Elongation||625%|
|Max Band Elasticity||620-720 psi|
|Band Box Size||1 lb|
|Compliance Standards||Meets all FDA requirements for direct food contact|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
Dimensions / Specifications
|Unit of Measure||PK|
|Item Weight||1.000 lbs|
|Ships via UPS?||Yes|
|Box Pack Quantity||1 PK|
|Carton Pack Quantity||10 PK|
|Pack Quantity||1900 EA|
|This item is sold by the PK which contains 1900 EA|
|Warranty Comments||Manufacturer's limited one-year warranty.|
|Manufacturer Stock No.||UNV00116|
|S.P. Richards Equivalent SKU||SPR161LB|
|Staples Equivalent SKU||808576|
|Quill Equivalent SKU||790016|
|Boise Equivalent SKU||A6OM97346|
|Office Max Equivalent SKU||25028194|
|Office Depot Equivalent SKU||854866|
|Country of Origin||TH|
NO they are not considered latex free. They are made out of "natural rubber" which contains latex. If you want a latex free rubberband I would suggest looking at the Alliance NON-Latex brand rubberbands. They are certified non-latex free and they will stand behind their product.
Depends on the size of the rock!
Size 62 rubber bands are 2.5" long. The Universal brand bands have an elongation factor of 625%. So, if we do the math, 2.5 x 6.25, we see the size 62 rubber bands can stretch to 15.625 inches.
Thank you for your question about Universal Rubber Bands.
Standard rubber bands are sized by the flat length, or the length of the band from end to end when lying flat.
So, if you need a band with a total circumference of 14", you'll need 7" bands, the longest standard length available. Universal offers 7" bands in two sizes:
However, if you need a non-standard, oversized rubber band with a 14" flat length and 28" overall circumference, we offer Alliance® SuperSize Rubber Bands. This color-coded variety pack includes eight green 14" bands.
You can learn more about rubber band styles and sizes in our rubber band buying guide.
Hope this answers your question!
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