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On 2010-07-29 09:00, CarlEJones wrote:
I think "faster" with a nozzle to end system might beat me by 1-2 seconds on a balloon. Technically that is faster but by how much......?? Smile And is 1-2 seconds really worth it for the tons of time it takes to line those up over and over and over?? For my money, it's not. Just my opinion though.

I seriously disagree with your "1,000x more professional to people" comment. Candy in a jar is still candy whether it's in a row or not. Certain things just don't require being lined up as far as lay people are concerned. Does it look nice? Sure it does. Is it worth it? I say "don't think so."


As far as speed not many can compete with me Smile
Separating by color, nozzles up.... yeah it has made a big difference to me.

Then again it will also depend on what you do in balloons. you can paint by number or do art.

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