08/16/2016 Update: We are now offering several different sizes of nail polish beads in our shop.
Stainless steel beads made for nail polish bottles.
Economy Monster beads are the more affordable version of our Monster beads. They are the same size and made from the same material, except these are a little bit less shiny compared to the original.
The ORIGINAL Monster beads (what we sold for years) are small and perfect especially for our 5ml nail polish bottles but also for our larger 15mm bottle. Their diameter is approximately 4mm (5/32") and we recommend using two per bottle.
T-Rex beads are slightly bigger than our Monster beads. Their diameter is approximately 4.8mm (3/16").
Dragon beads are the smaller alternative for the Zilla beads. If you think Zilla beads are too big for your bottles, Dragon beads are the good alternative. Their diameter is approximately 5.6mm (7/32").
The ORIGINAL Zilla beads (what we sold for years) are the largest. These hefty (and heavy!) beads are big enough to go "one to a bottle". They fit in all of our bottles. Their diameter is approximately 6mm (1/4").
Note: we only sell 100% stainless steel beads. The beads do not contain zinc, which can discolor in nail lacquers.
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What size mixing beads should I get if I have an 11ml bottle?
The Monster Beads and Economy Monster beads are the smallest diameter and generally fit into any size bottle. I'm not sure how big the mouth of your 11ml bottle is, so I would recommend those to just to be safe. It is possible your container has a narrow mouth.
The difference between a small tube of say 7ml and a larger tube of say 11ml is not that significant in terms of amount of material that it would really matter if you went with the larger or smaller beads. In your case the main concern is the neck/mouth size of the container and also possibly how thick the material is inside. If it is super thick, you might want a heavier bead to move thing around.
I'm confused as to how to order these. Quantity is listed twice. If I choose 300 for the first quantity box but keep the second quantity box at 1, does that mean I want one order of 300 beads?
The product is sold in a bag of 30, a bag of 300 or a bag of 1000. If you increase the quantity box from one, you are increasing the number of bags you are ordering.
Pick the 300 bag x quantity of 1 for $2.50, you will receive 300 beads.
Pick the 30 bag x quantity of 10 for $3.00, you will receive 300 beads.
I can see why it is a little confusing for you and I'll ask our Webmaster to tweak the interface for future customers.