Have you ever discovered something that you wished you had found years ago? I feel that way about Sue's Bracelet Helper! Sue's Bracelet Helper is such a simple yet ingenious bracelet holder that helps you clasp your bracelet independently!
Sue's Bracelet Helper is a bracelet aid that consist of a small alligator type clamp attached to a stick (long & smooth like a chopstick), then wrapped in colorful wire and a charm is attached, if desired. It's offers a helping hand (clamp) for anyone who struggles with being able to independently clamp their bracelet. It would be great for people who simply don't have the hand strength or flexibility, for example those with arthritic hands or struggle with Parkinson's Disease.
The Sue's Bracelet Helper is very easy to use, it works for all types of bracelet clasps and even watches, simply attach the clip onto the end of the bracelet, grip the stick with the same hand where you want the bracelet on the wrist, holding the end over the wrist, flip the bracelet around the wrist and clip the clasp closed (watch her "How To" video, to really see how easy it is), no more fighting to catch both ends and get the clasp to catch.
I hate struggling with clasping bracelets and I admit, if my husband isn't home to help me with those that are more difficult for me, I simply don't wear them, even though I would like too. Sue's Bracelet Helper has changed all that! I use it all the time.
Sue's Bracelet Helpers are available through the Sue's Bracelet Helper website and are available in a variety of wire color and charm options. Also, $1 from the sale of every Sue's Bracelet Helper is donated to the Parkinson's Association of San Diego!
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