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The double wrap fine leather eight-strand bracelets contain negative ions and a stainless steel magnet clasp. You now can “dress it up” and continue to receive the natural IonLoop technology we are known for.
We are surrounded each day with high levels of positive ions from UV rays, cell phones, mp3 players, laptops, and in fact all electronic devices. The NEW IonLoop eight strand braided leather wristband helps you fight back with negative ions which are absorbed into your body—which is why many of the top amateur and professional athletes around the world choose to wear this fatigue fighting sport wristband. The negative ion properties are manufactured right into the leather braided band and will not lose effectiveness over time. The stylish leather eight-strand appearance allows this bracelet to be worn in a more formal setting…office, dress, or business casual.
NOTE: DO NOT GET YOUR LEATHER BRACELET WET!
Q. How do I use the new clasp?
A. To prevent losing your new bracelet this clasp has been designed not to come apart easily while in
use. This is a simpler design and easy to clasp. Visit the bottom of the product description page for complete instructions.
Q. Can I swim and shower with the leather bracelet on my wrist?
A. No, we recommend that you do not shower or swim with your bracelet, keep it away from water if possible…especially salt water.
Q. What should I do if my leather bracelet does happen to get soaked?
A. Stuff happens! First air dry your bracelet but do not lay it in the sun to dry. Once dry rub a little leather conditioner into the braid with a soft cloth to add back in the natural oils that are found in the premium leather. If the bracelet has been submerged in salt water the first step should be to rinse it off with fresh cold water and then follow the steps listed above.
Q. Will sun cream, hand cream, or cologne damage my leather bracelet?
A. Yes…over time they will discolor your IonLoop, alcohol is found in all these products and leather does not mix well with alcohol.
Q. I see that the stainless steel clasp has a strong magnet but where are the negative ions found?
A. The negative ions are manufactured inside the 8 strand leather braid and will discharge their beneficial negative ions for about 4-5 years.
Q. Are these leather bracelets unisex?
A. Yes they are meant to worn by fashionable men & women all over the globe. The sizes range from small to large, and mirror the IonLoop bracelet sizes. So if you are a small in an IonLoop you are a small in a leather bracelet. Remember not too tight!
Q. What do I do if dirt/ oxidation accumulate in the clasp and the magnets don’t hold as well as before?
A. Spray a small amount of WD-40 on the end of a Q-Tip and clean both ends of the clasp. The WD-40 will also coat the metal and serve as a protectant. Be careful not to get the WD-40 on the bracelet …just the metal.
Q. How long is the warranty on the leather bracelets?
A. We offer a One year warranty against manufacture defects, which would of course exclude normal wear & tear.
I love the way the double loop bracelet looks, but it took me a while to figure out how to open it to take it off. I had to watch the video on the web site to do it. Sometimes I can do it in a few seconds and other times it seems like I could use a third hand. But like I said ...I know it won't just open by itself and fall of my wrist and I'd end up losing it.
So I give it 5 stars for that reason and for the appearance and quality of the bracelet. Frank on 6/14/2016
love the double bracelet, but it takes a few times to get it open and closed with one hand.
after a few tries you get it.
also a little thinner than the single bracelet. Robert on 12/14/2015
Great bracelet. Love the double wrap. Definitely will be purchasing these Shan. Unknown on 12/5/2015
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