One of the standout features of this conductive thread is its composition. Unlike other threads that have a nylon core, this thread is spun purely from stainless steel fibers. This unique characteristic makes it resistant to burning when touched with a soldering iron, despite being a bit challenging to solder. It is suitable for both hand and machine sewing as a bobbin thread.
Another key advantage of this thread is its 'toothy' texture, which allows it to grip the fabric firmly. If you have ever struggled with slippery conductive threads that do not lay flat or knot, this conductive thread will be a game-changer. It works exceptionally well for creating close, tight connections. For those concerned about manageability, waxing the thread is a useful trick to keep it in control.