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Iron Stop Philadelphia Phillies™ Crystal Twister

model #: MLBDT250E-2M
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Showing your team support for the Philadelphia Phillies™ major league baseball team. This stunning wind spinner features the world-famous Phillies logo surrounded by swirling bands of the team colors. read full product details »  
$30.00
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Iron Stop Philadelphia Phillies™ Crystal Twister

 

Cheer your team to victory with this unique Iron Stop Philadelphia Phillies™ Crystal Twister. Sporting the official team logo and colors, this decorative crystal twister will delight any fan. A rainbow of color rotates around the room as the beautiful glass-cut crystals refract the sunlight. During baseball season or any time of year, this wind twister is a great Phillies gift that is sure to please.

 

 

 

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Twister FAQs

 

Q:  Where is the twister made?

A:  All of Iron Stop's twisters are proudly made in the USA.

 

 

 

Q:  What type of metal is used to make the twisters?

A:  The Iron Stop twisters are made of 2.5mm steel wire.

 

 

 

Q: What type of crystal is used in the twisters? Is it crystal, glass?

A: The crystals used in the Iron Stop crystal twisters are cut-glass crystal. They create great rainbows!

 

 

 

Q: Is there any type of protective coating applied to the twisters?

A:  The Iron Stop twisters are electroplated with either a chrome- or a copper-colored chrome finish to ensure rust resistance.

 

 

 

Q:  What is the process when beginning a new design?

A:  Just like with Iron Stop wind spinners, Iron Stop twisters are hand-sketched, copyrighted, one-of-a-kind designs. They start with a pencil and sketch the design on paper. Once they get the basic shape, they scan the sketch and redraw it on the computer using special software. Once satisfied, they send the file to their laser programmer to have a sample made. After they get the sample back and make any necessary adjustments, they then proceed to designing the graphics.