SkyMall Tuesday: Bracelet Assistant

by  Mike Barish | Oct 9, 2012
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Living alone is tough. You have to cook for one, do all of the household chores by yourself, and put on all of your own jewelry. That last one is the toughest. Clasping jewelry is humbling, and it always helps to use the buddy system in case things get too intense. When it's time to get dressed at SkyMall Tuesday headquarters, we always pair up. But what do you do when you haven't yet found a buddy? Or when your buddy is stuck at the office again? Or if your buddy is on another one of those business trips with that girl from Accounting again? Sure, earrings and necklaces are a breeze. And, if you progressed out of the 1990s along with the rest of us, you don't need to worry about anklets or belly chains anymore (why were belly chains ever a thing?). That leaves, of course, bracelets. Those dreaded baubles that keep perverts from seeing too much of your wrists. Putting on your own bracelets can waste precious time and bring on unnecessary stress. Thankfully, SkyMall knows that sometimes you need an inanimate buddy to fill those voids in your life. That's why they off the Bracelet Assistant.

Accessorizing doesn't have to be so daunting. Putting on jewelry should not be dreaded. And since robot butlers/assistants are still months decades away from viability, we need a simpler solution.

Think that putting on a bracelet is not actually that difficult? Believe that you could do it yourself or simply wait until you are at your destination to ask someone to assist you? Well, while you limit yourself to bangles, we'll be reading the product description:

If you need to put bracelet on, our Bracelet Assistant is the perfect solution. It's like having an extra hand! No need to ask anyone for help. Bracelets are tricky pieces of jewelry, since you can use only one hand to deal with many different types of clasps, fastenings and ties. However, all these can be managed with our hand bracelet aid - Bracelet Assistant. It also makes a great jewelry box gift. You can store your jewelry for traveling.

Asking for help is a sign of weakness! You're not weak, are you? Are you crying? Geez, get yourself together.

No need to take my word for it, though. Check out this video that shows just how simple and logical the Bracelet Assistant truly is. Then get yourself dolled up, because tonight could be the night that you finally find your buddy.

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