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Necklace Express is a product that can be attached to any necklace, and can then be pulled to expand so that it can be easily pulled over the head. The necklace Express attaches to the clasp of a necklace. This jewelry accessory is made of polyester string which is strong and does not break easily. A wonderful accessory for all moms with small kids, this product will help you keep your necklace safe from your kids' manhandling the same.
The cost of Necklace Express is $10.00 plus $4.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Necklace Express by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $19.9. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at buynecklaceexpress.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Necklace Express and has taken down the website. Necklace Express may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
Necklace Express can be attached to the clasp of any necklace.
The string of this product is very strong and is not easily damaged.
It can be pulled to expand, so it is easy to wear the necklace. Once you have pulled the necklace over your head, just release the string and it will go back to its original position. The product has a very elastic string, meaning it can expand a lot when needed.
This device is made of double wrapped polyester fiber which can easily expand and retract.
Necklace Express cannot break easily. Normal necklace clasps can break when pulled, but not this one. Due to its elastic nature, it will simply expand if pulled, instead of breaking.
This accessory is very lightweight. It is easy to wear it as it does not add any weight to your necklace.
The expandable string comes in two colors: silver and gold. These two colors go with every colored necklace and hence they will look good with whatever you pair them with.
This item has been specially designed, with particular weight management, so it stays in place. Your necklace will not twist in the wrong direction and will stay where it is supposed to. Therefore, you do not constantly have to correct the position of your jewelry.
This great device works not only with necklaces but also with bracelets. It is difficult to close the claps of a bracelet with just one hand. With this accessory, you can easily wear any bracelet as it can be slid over the wrist due to the expandable polyester string.
Women who have small kids will particularly benefit from Necklace Express as kids tend to pull at necklaces and other jewelry. While the clasps of a normal necklace would break, any necklace with this item will simply expand when a child pulls at it.
Closing clasps is very difficult if you have long nails but this product makes it simple and free of any hassle. You will not have to fumble to wear or take off your necklace.
This item is quite useful, while at the same time its silver or gold color looks great with any necklace.
Necklace Express works with both necklaces and bracelets so it is the one accessory you need to make wearing all your jewelry easier.
Clasps can open, making you lose your necklace or bracelet. However this product does not come undone so there is no fear of your necklace falling off and getting lost.
Necklace Express is small in size and therefore should be carefully stored as it can get lost easily. Also, for best benefit, keep more than one of these with you so you can attach them to different necklaces and do not have to attach and detach them all the time.
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Great for small chains with little clasps. I can attach both ends of the Necklace Express and then never worry with fastening necklace again.
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