Whilst every online retailer aims to ensure only the best customer experience for all customers, there will inevitably be times when something goes wrong. For example, in the case of magnetic bracelets with links, it is possible - even with the best will in the world - for some people to estimate the size of their wrist wrong. (I nearly wrote "misunderestimate".) Of course this can particularly be a problem if you are buying the bracelet for some one else.
Now in the case of under-estimation of course, there is not much you can do except get a replacement. However, if you overestimate the wrist size, then it is a relatively easy problem to solve. All you have to do is remove one or two links. In fact MPS makes this particularly easy, by providing a free links removal tool with each order for a links bracelet. However, including it is all very well, but how do you use it?
Fortunately that is not a problem for Magnetic Products Store customers, because the MPS website has a whole set ofTroubleshooting pages and one of these explains clearly and concisely how to use the tool. And the explanations are supported by equally clear pictures and diagrams.
So how would you go about removing links from your MPS bracelet? first of all, please note that it has two extra push pins stored in the base. The push pin is the pin that is used to push out the pins that hold the links in place.
The next thing to do is identify the correct side to place the tip of the push pin. The picture below illustrates the wrong side and the right side for this operation.
After aligning the push pin with the pin you are trying to remove, you turn the handle slowly to push the pin out gently.
When the pin is partially out - enough to get a grip on it - you can of course pull it the rest of the way.
Obviously you have to repeat this process on the other side of the link or group of links that you want to remove. Then the next step is, of course, to reconnect what is left. This is shown below.
Then, finally, the same tool is used to push the pin the rest of the way, thereby completing the process.
And that's really all there is to it. Happy resizing.
If you're interested in buying magnetic bracelets, what is the first thing you do? Quite likely, it is simply to look on the internet. Right? But when you do a search for the term "magnetic bracelets" in any of the leading search engines, you are greeted by a plethora of sites selling a vast range of magnetic therapy products from which to choose.
However, what is interesting is that the biggest such site in Europe - and the second biggest in the world - only appears at the very bottom of the list. Clearly, that is not much help if you are suffering from arthritis or looking for something to protect you from sports injury.
This is more to do with the way search engines work and there is pretty much nothing you can do about, except scan down the page to make sure that you are finding the best site. Unlike sport - or rather exactly like sport - coming first doesn't necessarily mean that they are the best. In fact, this analogy is very apt, because, for the last few decades, the Olympic games and other sports have been plagued by the scourge of cheating, in the form of athletes using anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs.
In the same way, some online retailers are able to bump up their search results by all manner of illicit means. These means go by the name "black hat" and they are to the online world what steroids (and bribery/gambling rackets) are to sport. And the analogy goes even further, because, in the face of these almost insurmountable problems, there is a grave temptation to embrace the philosophy known as: if you can't beat 'em, join 'em!
However, I myself do not espouse this particular view. I would rather be the last man standing in the realm of honesty (perhaps that should be the first man falling!) that embrace the dishonest approach of those whom I despise.
But if you are interested in taking up sport and inspired by the current spectacular of Rio 2016 - and let's face it, the Olympics always inspire us couch potatoes to take up sport - then you'll find that Magnetic Products Store has a fine collection of sports wrisbands and bracelets for men and women.
This includes the excellent ionTopia Range that has set the magnetic therapy world buzzing with its wonderfully diverse range of magnetic bracelets, bangles and wrist bands with powerful sets of magnets (3000 Gauss).
Just take a look at these and you'll see what I mean:
A lot of people may be unaware of the fact that Magnetic Products Store has the biggest range of magnetic bracelets and magnetic bangles in the world - in addition to a whole host of related products, like magnetic necklaces, anklets, wraps and supports for athletes and golfers.
I don't just mean the sizes. I mean the actual range. Take, for example, copper magnetic bracelets. MPS has 46 items on these pages alone - and copper is not even their main business! Of course, these include bangles, links bracelets and expanding bracelets. But that is still only one range within the MPS pantheon of magnetic products.
But what about titanium? They've got a whole load of those. Try 102. That's right, 102 different types of titanium magnetic bracelets. This includes jet black, double strength, 4-in-1 Bio elements bracelets... and titanium bracelets incorporating Swarowski elements, like the one on the right, below.
The big question is, why don't we see more magnetic bracelets on the high street? After all, there must be a market for such beautiful products. Ah yes, there certainly is. But going to the high street is expensive. And it is surely better, at this stage, to use that money to offer a wide range of magnetic bracelets to the public.
Remember that even in the online world, not everything is equal. Some magnetic bracelets are better than others. Some lines are better than others. And some vendors are better than others. Magnetic Products Store is very much top-of-the-range in terms of both quality and variety.
One of the problems people who buy magnetic bracelets sometimes have is that the bracelet is the wrong size. Even with the best will in the world, it is possible for people to make a mistake about their wrist size. If you are one of those who manages to under-estimate their wrist size, your only recourse is to send the bracelet back and get a bigger one. If on the other hand, you over-estimate your wrist size, Magnetic Products Store provides all customers who buy links bracelets - free of charge - with a remedy that takes minutes, instead of the days that go by with a return and replacement.
That remedy comes in the form of a free links removal tool that comes with your links bracelet.
MPS has,in fact, several links removal tools. But they all work in the same way.
The automatic supplying of the links removal tool for customers who buy links bracelets from Magnetic Products Store is all part of MPS' commitment to giving you the highest quality customer service. But there is another way to ensure that you get a magnetic bracelet that fits and that is to buy the kind of bracelet that fits many different wrist circumferences.
No that isn't something out of Harry Potter (the enigmatic "every-size bracelet") nor even a rip-off of Tolkien ("one bracelet to fit them all"). Rather it is simply an expanding bracelet like the one in the picture below.
These bracelets are also very easy to put on and take off. They have no fiddly little clasp to open or close. They expand tp slip over your hand and then snap gently back to place around your wrist.
This convenience, makes them very popular items.
And remember that if you have any questions, queries or problems - Magnetic Products Store has five-star customer service to help you. You can make our day, just by letting us know that we have made yours!
Although it is only the beginning of March, some of us are looking forward to April and those two great sporting events the Grand National and the Boat Race. Not being a horse lover (how profoundly unBritish) I will concentrate on the Boat Race. Yes THE Boat Race - because those of us of a certain age know that there is only one: the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race. Like the Eton-Harrow cricket match, this event is something of an annual institution.
Boat racing is one of those events that puts a great strain not only on the biceps, triceps and shoulders, but also the wrists. Ignoring the wry smiles of some of you young gents out there, suffice it to say that rowing a boat four miles or more on the Thames creates a risk of Carpal-Tunnel Syndrome, and repetitive strain injury. People who spend a lot of time typing run similar risks. This is where magnetic bracelets enter the picture, because MPS has a wide range of sports wristbands - including silicone and the ionTopia range.
Sports bracelets are ideal for rowers, riders (remember that famous steeplechase mentioned above) and others who engage in sport. They're also good for people like me who spend a lot of time typing, although I can't, in all honesty, claim that typing is a sport!
These bracelets are funky and futuristic, cool and collectable. They contain strong rare earth (Neodymium) magnets: 1500 Gauss! They look nice and they feel nice. If you've already been thinking of buying one, now is the time to do so.
And if you're like, and have been considering taking up outdoor sport as soon as the weather gets warmer, now is the time to take the plunge. Buy one of these cool and funky bracelets. Here are some of the key facts to help you decide about the silicone Super-Prime™:
The band is ultra-soft
The silicone stands up to all weather conditions and cannot corrode or tarnish
It is hypoallergenic - no metal comes into contact with your skin
The magnets are embedded in the silicone
No metal clasp to grapple with - just slip it over your wrist
Extremely strong - will not snap when putting in on. NEVER!!!
Remember that Irving Berlin song that has the line about being a couple of sports? Well now's the time to live the dream.
Looking for a right gift often turns out to be a nightmare. A few weeks ago, you could write a long list about perfect ideas. But now, as you would have to buy something you are suddenly find nothing but a emptiness where your list was.. Once you get here, and already know that you are looking for some magnetic jewelry, you can call yourself lucky! But here comes the next step. You know WHAT you would like to buy, BUT do not know WHICH!
On our page you can find some help to find the perfect one as soon as possible. The three main steps are to decide
Choice of Style: Bracelet or a bangle.
Choice of metal: Copper alloys or a noble metal (Titanium and Stainless steel).
Choice of Size: How do you get the correct size of magnetic bracelet or magnetic bangle?
You might wonder, what is the best way to wear you jewelry, to get the best possible results. If you make some research on the subject of how actually magnetic therapy works (or read about it in our knowledge center) you will see that it mainly effects our blood cells, and their oxygen carrying capacity. That is the reason, why you can place your magnetic therapy item anywhere around your body, bracelet is only the simpliest and most comfortable way to do so.
The magnets used in our jewelry are strong enough to work, without touching your skin directly. You can leave it a bit loose, just as it is the most comfortable for you!
To find the right bracelet size, you can find some help HERE.
NOTE: For magnetic bracelets reviews, see the individual product pages
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