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As most of you know I have created my own sleeve line called LC Teleios.

Please read the following to understand what Teleios is all about:
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Introducing the newest product to the LC family - Teleios Sleeving.

1. How many colors will TS have?

TS will have 11 colors to start with: Black, Light Gray, Dark Gray, Aqua Blue, Blue, Navy Blue, Yellow, White, Green, Red, and Dark Red.


2. Will the colors be matte & why did you choose the colors you did?

No, TS will have deep rich colors that have taken tons of trial and error to get perfect. The color schemes are taken from the hardware on the market so that your sleeve will match in your system perfectly. Some of the direct inspiration for the colors were colors that we see every day in our builds. The reason for this is when we sleeve we are trying to match our hardware and then add an accent to not have the sleeve take over a system but to allow it to flow naturally within a system. I have done many hours of research when it comes to color theory and what colors will complement the already existing colors we as computer builders and designers have at our disposal. Color design has been a passion of mine that can be seen throughout all of my previous work and it shows in the picking of the colors of TS. This will also be a continuing process as LC continues to bring out more and more colors in the TS weave. So be expecting many more colors as time goes by as we will keep ontop of the trending colors of hardware designers and also adding some new colors for people to make and mod their very own color schemes.


3. What sizes will TS come in?

TS will come in 4mm and 8mm sizes. Through trial and error and seeing the effect that larger and smaller diameters have on the final look of sleeved cables we wanted to provide a size that would produce a full looking sleeved connector as well as provide a Sata size that will hug the normal size of Sata Data Cables while providing a dense coverage and ease of sleeving. The 4mm size will slide onto a cable easily and gently hug the wire with less stretching while not getting stuck on the sharp ends of the pins. This is due to the dense weave and design of TS. The 4mm size will also expand over fan and most usb cabling while keeping its density so the need of a bunch of extra sizes is not needed. The 8mm size of TS allows for expansion that will just make it over the ends of most Sata Data Cables and will close to hug onto the cable portion of the Sata Cable making it look factory and be able to follow the bends of the cable allowing you more options for tighter turns. We also have plans of a larger size for tubing sleeving should there be a want for it.


4. Can you use TS with Heatshrink and Heatshrinkless methods?

Yes, TS was specifically designed to be the most universal sleeve while also being the easiest to implement both methods. You do not need a special HS to use the Shrink method as the weave and diameter allow for most HS under 1/4th and 3:1 if you use a 18awg wire with a thin diameter. Also because of the weave of TS you can use a 16awg wire with both a larger or thin diameter when using the HSless method as it will contour itself to the wire with little stretching and will melt and taper easily with little heat. Again this is all due to the properties of the weave used to make TS.

Bottom line is that TS is made for the easiest sleeving possible, with rich colors and a new design to make your sleeving job the best it can. We spend tons of money on sleeving tools, and supplies. So why not get the sleeve that will make your job a fun and productive one.

What I am looking for is about 10 people that have used either/and MDPC Sleeving, Shakmods Sleeving, Kobra sleeving, or any single or combination of those.

It is a must that you have done at least a few sleeving jobs.

What I intend on doing is sending those that meet the criteria to be able to review the sleeve in depth a full sample package of each color that I have as well as my custom 16awg and 18awg for heatshrink syle, (I will be sending the packs as soon as the red colors come and the mixed ones as well) This will simply be 10ft of each color.

For those that write a full in depth review with comparisons on OCN or another forum I will provide enough Teleios Sleeving for their next project.

For those that take the time to do a in depth video review and comparison I will provide some tools as well as enough Teleios Sleeve for a full project.

I am doing this not for the advertising but I want to help those that are in the USA and world wide have access to a sleeve that will help make their projects utterly perfect as well as super easy to do.


So for those that are interested please reply to this post with your experience in sleeving and if you want to do a written review or a video review. I do expect full honesty in your reviews, even if you don't like it I will still honor our agreement, but I am more then confident you will love the sleeveing over and above any other.
post #2 of 6
Hey Lutro0, I am happy to do a written review if you are willing to ship to me. We have spoken on sleeving before, but I don't know if you remember.

I have done three full PSU's in the past, one for each of my projects. The last one was done heat shrink less and the first two, with heat shrink. I have mainly used mdpc and a little bit of the locally available stuff.
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post #3 of 6
I would be happy to do a review, and have MDPC-X crimpers even. However, while I've done some PSU sleevin, most of my ex perience in general is audio cables, automotive cables, and so forth. I have experience with paracord, at least a dozen types of TechFlex, Kobra high density, andBitspower sleeve.
   
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post #4 of 6
Hey Lutro0, you have seen some of my work on the LTT forums, and have done a lot of sleeving over the past few years. Have only used MDPC-X however as I have never used your new sleeving I am very eager to see how it compares!

Would post here, LTT, and another New Zealand forum site too

Would happily do a video review too smile.gif
post #5 of 6
Hi Lutro0

Internet led me to Youtube, youtube let me to modding, and modding led me to you wink.gif.
As you are the person who taught me almost everything I know about sleeving, I would love to do a written review about your sleeving smile.gif.
I have sleeved quite some modular and semi modular PSU's in the past and now I make my own cable extensions which I sleeve aswell. So I do have some experience with sleeving smile.gif.
The sleeving I used was MDPC, but nowadays I prefer paracord, simply because I like it more.

Give me a shout if you think I'm fit for the job wink.gif
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Can all of you send me a PM? I will get a sample package out to you all. =)
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