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I'd go for the Durelene... Primochill has had huge plasticizer / clouding issues in the past... I have Durelene and it's pretty flexible before it kinks

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I'd go for the Durelene... Primochill has had huge plasticizer / clouding issues in the past... I have Durelene and it's pretty flexible before it kinks

Didn't they solve the plasticizer issues with the Advanced LRT series ?.
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Didn't they solve the plasticizer issues with the Advanced LRT series ?.

 

Even if they did, screw those guys. Never gave anybody refunds (myself included) and refused to admit their product was faulty.

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Didn't they solve the plasticizer issues with the Advanced LRT series ?.

They have solved the issues and Is probably the tubing that is best at bending without kinking, I would go primochill Advanced LRT
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