All What You Need To Know About Bracelets

All what you need to know about bracelets

Bracelets are probably the most easily worn jewellery on the wrist, and there is a wide variety, from the most simple to the most daring: each one can find their style. Because the choice is quite impressive, you will for sure find the style that you need. There are for all types, classics and trendy.

Different types of bracelets


We can define two main categories of bracelets: soft, and rigid. In the family of rigid bracelets, there are bangles and cuffs.

Bangles bracelets are thin bracelets, with or without clasp, open or not. The cuffs, meanwhile, are wider and take up more space on the wrist.

As for soft bracelets, we will find charms, bracelets cords, and a number of small models easy to wear, more or less simple. The traditional chain bracelet, with a small tag to write your name by engraving, are suitable bracelets.

Strap bracelets have, as their name indicates, a cord (fabric, cotton or leather) as a base. There are a small models that are nice and light to wear.


There are also semi-rigid semi-flexible bracelets, composed for example of a part of a rush style and a part of strips of leather. These models are generally very trendy, and the materials blend perfectly.

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Different types of clasps

The carabiner Clasp

The carabiner clasp, as its name implies, has the same shape and function as a carabiner.

The Ring spring Clasp

The spring clasp is composed of a round part (ring) and a small pusher that, when moved, allows a part of the ring to open.

These two types of clasps are the most common and known and are found on most bracelets, and even chains and necklaces.

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The CLIP Clasp

The clip clasp is a clip-on clasp. It can take different forms, but its principle is always the same. Once clipped, it holds well in place and guarantees you a good safety.

The CLIP Clasp

The magnetic clasp

The magnetic clasp is a clasp in which a magnet is concealed: As soon as you approach the two ends of the bracelet, they automatically attract each other. So it’s a very simple clasp to use.

The magnetic clasp

The buckle clasp

A buckle clasp is identical to the buckle of a belt: a buckle and a barb that hangs in the hole of the waist corresponding to the person wearing the jewel. The advantage of this type of clasp is that it is often adjustable, because several small holes are provided to slide the barb.

The buckle clasp

The adjustable-link clasp

An adjustable clasp is a clever clasp, which often allows the cord to slide to fit its waist to that of the wrist that will wear the bracelet. It is a very practical and easy to use system.

The adjustable-link clasp

A BRACELET that fits you well

Some have an adjustable size, thanks to an extension chain or a sliding and adjustable clasp, others not. So take good care to check out the “bracelet size” line to make sure it fits perfectly. For most of the jewellery.

To measure your wrist circumference, it’s very simple. You just have to take a string or if you don’t have one, the wire from your phone charger. Then you surround your wrist without over tightening, just by doing the trick with it. You then measure using a ruler to know your wrist circumference. And the trick is done.

This trick is helpful , especially if you have a very tiny wrist.

In addition, to wear a stiff bracelet you have to make your hand as thin as possible, because some models do not open and are not ‘ extensible ‘.

In this case, if you have a small wrist but a strong hand, it will be relatively difficult or impossible to pass the bracelet to your wrist. This will require an open model, which is normally slightly extensible, or a model that opens, to be easily passed through the wrist.

Bracelets for the whole family

Whether you are looking for a model for man, woman or child, all choices are possible on Viking Bracelet So let yourself be guided, and say yes to all your favorites…

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