Deer Creek Diamond Flex UV Resin- Flexible- This is the first flexible UV resin ever produced. Many skeptics said it couldnt be done but this is 100% tack free, flexible and a similar viscosity to Deer Creek Diamond Fine. It is a result of 18 months laboratory work bringing the fly tier a resin which will not chip or crack readily. This is not relabeled off the shelf not fit for purpose resin, this is a resin designed by fly tiers for fly tiers. Deer Creek Diamond Flex UV resin is great for abdomens, shell backs or any other application where a flexible finish is required. Works great on grubs, waxworms and caddis larva. Throw away your messy epoxies, other glues, resins, driers etc.. 21st century technology for today's innovative tyer. It really does cure TACK FREE in seconds. No need to apply additional agents to the finished fly to get it tack free, like Bug Bond and Clear Cure Goo. The Kit includes a bottle of resin and laser stylus pen (this is the best laser stylus for Deer Creek resins; 405nm blue light). 14ml. bottle.
Clear Cure Goo is no longer the industry leader. Products that are considered Tack Free are actually quite the contrary (see photo below). Try Deer Creek Resin and youll never get stuck. 100% TACK-FREE, NO TOP COAT REQUIRED. NON YELLOWING. Forget all the rest, use the best. Deer Creek Diamond Flex UV Resin- Flexible!
Deer Creek uv fine flex resin
Posted by James R Borsevich on 1st Feb 2018
One of if not the best uv fine flex resin on the market & it's truly tack-free!
nice and thin flex
Posted by Dcohio on 23rd Sep 2017
Excellent! A nice thin flexible uv coat that cures tack free. Not much more to say, get you some.
Greatness in a bottle
Posted by Bug Wild on 7th Jul 2016
I have used all of the "top brands" of UV resin, from Loon, Solarez, CCG, Bug Bond, and Tuffleye Flex....Deer Creek Flexible is the best UV cure resin I have ever used for fly tying. It is the only resin that cures 100% tack free without the use of any additional coatings. It also cures flexible. This is very important when using materials that "move" naturally. If the material you put resin on moves, the resin needs to work with it...not create a hard shell around it. The flexible cure allows flies to last much longer because it "moves" with the material. The tack free cure is especially important when using on natural hairs and furs that tend to get messy with other resins (because of the tack/grease). IMO this resin is a huge problem solver. Try it for yourself.