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You are purchasing 1 magnetic clasp.
There are no loops to sew your thread to, these clasps have to be glued.
The length of a brick beads fit inside the recess - flush with the outside of of the clasp.
These magnetic clasps have an ingenious T bar that stops the clasp from pulling apart you have to "break" the clasp to release it. Scroll down to see another picture of one in silver matt to show you the T bar. These clasps originated in China, what dosnt these days, I cannot guarantee they are Nickle free. They seem to be made from copper, and then plated/coated. They weigh 15-20g each and have a long magnet so are strong.
Open ended The other slightly different one is the shiny silver, ( top right) this is open ended, this means that your bracelet design can be wider than the clasp.
Magnetic clasps must not be used by people who are pregnant, wearing pacemakers, pacemaker defibulators, insulin pumps, or electric insulin devices.
External Size approx:- 19mm wide x 38mm long x 7mm thick.
Inside Dimensions approx:- 34mm long x 4mm wide x 6mm deep.
Top Row Left to Right:- Black Polished, Matt Silver, Matt Gold, Twisted Silver, Silver Polished open ended.
Bottom Row Left to Right:- Rose Gold Polished, Silver Polished, Gold Polished, Gold Ridged.
The Gold Ridged design (bottom right in the main picture), and the Silver Twist design (top row second one in from the right), have normal pull apart clasps and you can see this in the drop down picture menu. The silver one is also 1mm smaller externally but has the same internal dimentions, and has rounded ends, this is shown in the picture when you choose the colour from the drop down menu.
Dimensions for the twisted silver design
External Size approx:- 19mm wide x 37mm long x 7mm thick.
Dispatch:- if you pay by 9am Mon-Fri your order will be posted the same day. I do not post Saturdays or Sundays.
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