soft rubber

soft rubber

[′sȯft ′rəb·ər]
(materials)
A type of rubber that has been cured by adding 0.5 to 8% sulfur, without prolonged vulcanization.
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Built for drops of up to three feet, it dives off the bedside table and spins away on the floor with its soft rubber tyres, built for bouncing off furniture without causing damage.
The soft rubber grips are also comfortable although a bit large for my hands--heck, likely for anybody's hands
Limited Tenders are invited for Viton O Ring / Soft Rubber Chord.
The advantage will be should the shell directly hit a stone pelter the soft rubber nose will prevent any serious injuries to the individual.
The case itself features a hard plastic outside with a soft rubber inside that helps to protect the phone.
At the end of lap 24, Hamilton made his one and only visit to the pits, stopping for the soft rubber which afforded Vettel the lead once more.
5 pounds and has a pistol grip with soft rubber inserts.
The parks will feature more fitness facilities and equipment such as soft rubber tracks for walking, more bathrooms and toilets, more trees, modified playgrounds for children, and facilities set up for the blind and differently-abled persons.
With a track record of thousands of hours usage in electronics assembly, the hand tools have contoured, non-slip soft rubber hand grips and a light-louch return spring.
The soft rubber buttpad adjusts via three half-inch spacers (included).
It features a soft rubber recoil pad, Skinner rear sight, fiber optic front sight and a large lever.
It has a soft rubber grip, which has a honeycombed interior, which helps smoothens the iPhone's supposed devasting crash.