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This is a pricey bit of jewelry, it cost me (well my boyfriend) £75. But when you've spent so much money on your pandora bracelet already this is well worth it. Its a safety chain for your bracelet. So just in case it came loose (which mine has never done) it wont come off so easily. Its a really good idea and looks great on the bracelet. If you dont want to spend so much you can get it all in silver which makes it quite a lot cheaper. I bought this one because I've got a bit of a gold and silver theme going on. You can buy this from John Greed. Just type it in on google and you'll see the website. Its great and has loads of pandora stuff on it. Also it comes in a really nice little pandora box which is lovely. And looks like its really good quality. This is a really nice touch to the bracelet and a great present for someone who has a bracelet. Great safety.
Anyone who has a Pandora bracelet will at some point need a Pandora safety chain. However it is personal preference, some people choose to put them on straight away and others as I did wait until they have filled their bracelet to put one on.
Pandora is good quality jewellery and I suppose you pay the price for what you get. After running etc in my bracelet I have been lucky the clasp has never just opened by itself. The reason you will benefit from the Pandora Safety Chain is because should your clasp become faulty and open you don't have to worry about loosing any of your memorable charms.
The safety chain comes in various lengths of 4, 5 and 6 cm and not only does it come in silver and gold like the image provided ( this one costing £75), it also comes in plain silver £30 and solid 14ct gold costing £235. So depending of what time of bracelet you are going for you can get a safety chain to match.
The safety chain is threaded onto the bracelet as the charms are. In order to put the safety chain on you need to make sure, you firstly take off any charms you have on the bracelet. Then you thread one part of the safety chain on, leaving the other part free and put all your charms back on to the bracelet. Once all your charms are on the bracelet you then pop the other side of the safety chain on and this can then be put over your hand and the clasp fastened. This is why there are different sizes of chain to suit individual sizes and preferences.
It is a secure chain and unless severely caught on something will not break. I would suggest however you retain any receipt for any Pandora items whether online or via a shop. They only give you a years warranty and now request all receipts to go with any fault when sending it back to them. If you are out of warranty there is often a charge for fixing the item or in some cases completely replacing the item.