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Zero-Twist Quick Dry Towels Sets

No one likes a wet towel. No one. NO. ONE. Don't wait the twelve-to-thirty months it takes a normal towel to dry. Get it done it just a twist with these fun and twisty towels!

cshaw22


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Six piece towel set consists of:
1 bath towel
2 hand towels
2 wash cloth
= 5 pieces

fuzzy math?

[MOD: Fuzzy fingers. We fixed it. Thanks for pointing it out!]

deatsman


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Fuzzy math for soft towels..

Is it 2x2x2? If so fix it and I will order away...

ThunderThighs


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deatsman wrote:Fuzzy math for soft towels..

Is it 2x2x2? If so fix it and I will order away...



It should be all fixed how so let me know if you're still seeing issues.



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InFrom


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Well, since I had no idea what "zero-twist" means (b/c I'm out of the loop, get it?) here's an explanation I found on Macy's site:


Twist refers to the number of twists per inch of yarn. The lower the amount of twist in a yarn, the more plush the towel will be. A higher twist adds strength and uniformity to a yarn, resulting in a more durable, substantial feeling towel. Low- or zero-twist fabric can only be constructed from longer staple cotton yarn.

Thus ends the educational portion of my post. If I am understanding what it says, this is a less durable, less substantial-feeling, but more plushy-feeling, towel than one with a higher twist.

Does anyone have any experience with zero-twist towels, or with these particular?

jcano320


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Anybody know if these are any good?

mdnorman


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Zero twist cotton produces a lot of lint because the fibers are not tightly twisted together. In addition, a zero twist Egyptian cotton will not have the durability or strength as a regular twisted cotton.

Read more: What Is Zero-Twist Egyptian Cotton? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/about_6585529_zero_twist-egyptian-cotton_.html#ixzz2RyCua7E0

turtlegir1


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mdnorman wrote:Zero twist cotton produces a lot of lint because the fibers are not tightly twisted together. In addition, a zero twist Egyptian cotton will not have the durability or strength as a regular twisted cotton.

Read more: What Is Zero-Twist Egyptian Cotton? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/about_6585529_zero_twist-egyptian-cotton_.html#ixzz2RyCua7E0



Zero-twist Indian cotton? Can't decide to buy this or not.

peaceonearth11


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$30 seems kinda steep for towels of uncertain quality.

h29707


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Fyi: Just got order of Towels in mail .They are thin not very good quality. :'( :sad:

andrewtl


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is this the kind of towel that greg lougainis used back in the day?

pfffft!

tiggah


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andrewtl wrote:is this the kind of towel that greg lougainis used back in the day?




Greg Lougainis, now that's a man I can get behind. If he supports this product.

SkwerlKC


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tiggah wrote:Greg Lougainis, now that's a man I can get behind. If he supports this product.



I'd get in front of him, too...because I'm trash that way!

wham


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I'd be interested if these were bath sheets.