Not into fiddling with clasps? Want the look of a bangle? Look no further! Here’s a new way to wear your Pandora style beads! So simple to add beads to – just screw off the ball at the end and add your beads and viola – instant bangle.

What’s really nice about this bracelet (and a feature that other bangles lack) is that it has risers placed at each 1/3 of the bracelet – this allows you to position 2 lock beads on the inside of the risers to keep 8-9 beads on the top of the bracelet so they won’t slide around. In other words, the locks keep the beads centered on the bracelet and on top of your wrist.

And, if one of the little balls should accidentally screw itself off you won’t lose any beads. The lock beads can also be used with the pandora style snake chain/clasp style and leather bracelets. If you’d like to purchase lock beads, I have several nice styles available in my shop – here’s a link.

I’ve also just listed four ready-to-wear bangles in different colors, and I plan to list four more in the colors of green, navy blue, pink and brown. Just click on the link above to see ones I haven’t posted here.


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