BIGWIG rubber bands
Rubber bands are available in standard colors, sizes, and compounds. Compound rubber bands are a composite of materials, are available in standard colors (red, green, blue, black, natural color) and generally are less expensive than pure crepe rubber bands.
Crepe bands are higher quality and generally provide a higher count per pound. Crepe bands are most often available in their natural color. Customized colors and sizes of either compound or crepe rubber bands are always available.
Rubber bands are sold by the pound in poly bags. Custom packaging, including boxes and units as small as 1/4 pound to 25 pounds, are also available. Minimum order is generally 25 pounds, or 1 case.
How do I measure a rubber band?
Rubber bands are measured via three dimensions – length, width, and thickness. Pinch a rubber band at each end as if to lay the band flat. The distance from end to end is the band length.
The width of the band measures how wide the band is, perpendicular to the length. The thickness measures the wall of the rubber band. Thickness generally ranges from 1/32″ to 3/32″.