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  1. #1
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    Has anyone other than Chef purchased the Brazilian Beesuite or Jacket from Glorybee Foods? I am interested in how it stacks up against the Goldenbee Suite.
    Home of the ventilated and sting resistant Ultra Breeze bee suits and jackets
    http://www.honeymoonapiaries.com

  2. #2
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    I would like to find that answer out myself.

  3. #3
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    Bend, OR USA
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    I'm curious as well. My beesuit is ready to be replaced. Any body tried this suit?

    Roger

  4. #4
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    Well? Did anyone P. M. y'all about the suit? Thanks! David

    I also have been looking for the Golden Bee Products suit and can't find it anywhere. I did find a suit that bragged quite abit at;
    http://www.beecare.com/indexDynFrame...NavFrame.htm&0
    called, I believe, the Bee Care suit. Has anyone used this one and care to comment good bad or otherwise? I'ld appreciate it!

  5. #5
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    With the advent of cheap imports be sure to ask questions.

    1. What weight cloth is used?
    2. Is it 100% cotton?
    3. What make are the zippers?? (I had an imports zippers fail, 2 of 3, in 2 months) Insist on YKK.

    Cheap is seldom good......... I learned the hard way. Many times.....

    I am saving for the Golden Bee Suit. No other appears to stack up according to the users here on the board.

  6. #6
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    I did not know Chef bought a Brazilian Mesh suit from Glory Bee.

    How is it???? What brand of zippers??

  7. #7
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    YKK or TALON. either are topnotch.

  8. #8
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    Talons are good too.

    Just stay away from cheap imports. That "great deal" can cost you some serious $$ if you have to have new zippers sewn in.

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