Black and silver-grey edges, with blacks links bracelets for women.
This SPECIAL EDITION stainless steel magnetic bracelet is a unique bracelet.
The design is special, and is not offered in large quantities by us: Each being assembled by hand only when an order is being placed, to create that really special bracelet.
NOTE: When you select a longer length than the "Standard Size", we will be adding extra links, the colour of those extra links will be black.
While this bracelet is being created specially after an order is being placed, the speed of dispatch is not effected, and the bracelet will be created and shipped the same or next day, just like with all items.
STOP FIDDLING WITH TINY CLASPS FOREVER !!
Perfect solution for those that cannot or do not want to deal with the regular fold-over clasps.
This bracelet is made of Stainless Steel rather than the regular alloys expanding bracelet that you find out there.
The magnets concealed in purposed-built links.
As the links expand, you can take the bracelet on and off easily - without fiddling with a clasp.
You can remove links at home without any tools.
Wide, fully silver tone, the perfect bracelet for that classic man.
Links in Expanding Bracelets can be removed without a tool. Here is the tutorial:
Pull bracelet to opposite sides to expand few links.
Press with your thumb on one link, to keep that link open.
Note that the back of each link have a loop, which is hooked on a bar on the next link.
Now, using the right hand, remove that bar off the loop.
Repeat this process to add or remove links.
FREE Resizing tool included: No, tool is not needed to remove links
Includes printed tutorial for: Removing links guide
Product Type: Expanding bracelet
Clasp Type: No clasp
Collection: Special Edition
Colour: Black Silver Grey
Width: 8 mm
Metal: Stainless Steel
Gender...actually, we think it will fit mostly: Men, because it is a wide bracelet
Number of magnets: 23 (In the standard size)
Magnets Strength (Each, in Gauss): 3,000
Magnets Type: Rare-Earth Neodymium Magnets
Overall Strength Rating: Strong
Contains Elements: No, magnets only
What else included: Luxury square Gift Pouch
The mysterious, magic-like powers of magnetism was always intriguing. It appears the salvation for those seeking better relief than drugs can give them or looking to treat their illness and pain without medication.
But is magnetic therapy a genuinely effective treatment, or is it simply a manipulation of the consumer's mind by slick marketing and promises that don't hold up. Some experiments investigating the effects of magnetic therapy on the human body have been conducted in the last few years, trying to determine the possible benefits of the use of magnets. The pros and cons discovered by the research are being used frequently by both those that convinced by magnetic therapy and those believe it do not help.
We have been selling magnetic bracelets since 2006. We received many emails from buyers telling us that our magnetic bracelets have helped them in medical conditions (We keep all those emails with full details in case the UK authorities will ask for proof for this claim). It may be anecdotal testimonial that must not be consider as a claim for improving or treating medical conditions, but those testimonials surely have some weight in the subject.
Many of those who believe that magnetic therapy cannot in some medical conditions, including pain relief, ignoring one question that we would like to put forward: If you suffer from medical conditions that the conventional medicine could not resolve: Should you not try magnetic jewellery? Now that you can find magnetic bracelets and other magnetic jewellery and magnetic therapy in the UK for such low prices and great service, with an amazing Return Policy, can you really afford not to try?
It is sited at many internet sources that magnetic therapy and magnetic jewellery may help in the following conditions: Arthritis, pain, Joint pain, Knee pain, Neck pain, Ankle pain, Wrist pain, Rheumatism, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Tennis elbow, Golfers elbow & injuries, Football injuries, Tennis injuries Period pain, Repetitive strain injury, Poor circulation, Low back pain, Sciatica, migraine headache and Muscle soreness.