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Difference between roboworm normal and FX series

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Hi first time posting here.

 

I was looking through tacklewarehouse and saw that there are roboworm straight worms (normal) and straight worms FX. So I was wondering if anyone here knew what the different about these two products are.

 

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FX is touting deep "3D colors" and is anywhere depending on size .30-.70 per package more. the FX 7" worm is 8 per pack and the Reg. Robo 7" is 10 per pack. There is 5 colors of the FX and 54 colors of the Reg. Robo. Any other differences you'll have to look closer then I did.

FM

 

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Thanks for the comment!

Now it makes sense that the product discription for the FX series on tacklewarehouse is mainly about the colors for it. 

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Different shape worm and customized coloration. Compare People's for example the blue neon is in diamond shaped pattern, the regular People is a cinnamon blue neon vain. 

Tom

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5 hours ago, WRB said:

Different shape worm and customized coloration. Compare People's for example the blue neon is in diamond shaped pattern, the regular People is a cinnamon blue neon vain. 

Tom

The color pattern is a little different.

but I didn’t notice that the shapes are different too

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21 minutes ago, Ro Boito said:

The color pattern is a little different.

but I didn’t notice that the shapes are different too

I see TW shows the standard straight tail in FX colors, never actually seen those available locally  off the shelf.

Tom

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The FX colors have a unique "shimmer" to them especially when in the water reflecting sunlight.  I prefer them to the normal straight tails on sunny days!

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