March 02, 2020

Magnetic Clasp Bracelets

We LOVE a magnetic clasp on a bracelet - mostly because we don’t like to dance around the room putting on a bracelet with one hand. The magnetic clasp solves that problem. The clasp magically snaps into place every time. The magnet is so strong you don’t have to worry about it slipping off.  


Fun fact - some people say wearing a magnetic bracelet improves circulation. People have been wearing magnetic bracelets for centuries (since the Renaissance period) to ward off all kinds of ailments including arthritis and other chronic pain.  

Check out our favorite magnetic clasp styles below.

Happy Shopping!
-Your friends at Kris Nations


Mama Bracelet
Love Bracelet
Badass Bracelet



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