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Bracelet Valet

Bracelet ValetBracelet Valet
Provided by Designs by Reenie
www.designsbyreenie.com
Reviewed by Kelly Spence

Do you have beautiful bracelets you've made, bought, or been gifted over the years that now sit in your jewelry box untouched and un-worn because you can't manage to secure the clasp on your own? Think of all the times you've had to give up putting on a bracelet after struggling for minutes to fasten the clasp, simply because you didn't have an extra set of hands to help. If you've been there (and who hasn't?), then the Bracelet Valet is the answer to all your accessorizing aspirations! With this handy and brilliant tool, your wrists will never have to go unadorned again.

The Bracelet Valet is such a smart and simple concept, you'll wonder why you never thought of it yourself. Made up of nothing more than a round base and a post with a hook, the Bracelet Valet was created so that you can put bracelets on by yourself, effortlessly. Simply slide the jump ring from the end of your bracelet onto the curved metal hook, take the clasp end in your hand, wrap the bracelet around your wrist, and secure the clasp. It's that easy!

The base is designed with a small hole in the center into which the post can be easily inserted; it can then be removed when not in use so that both items can be tucked away in the included drawstring bag for easy storage. Made of lightweight plastic, the Bracelet Valet is easily portable so it can accompany you on all your travels. No more frustration at having to forgo your favorite bracelet as you're rushing to get ready for work. No more pulling contortionist-esque moves to try and fasten a stubborn lobster clasp. No need to ask your spouse or a family member for help. With the Bracelet Valet, you can put on all your arm candy single-handedly.

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