For a long time now, I’ve thought it rather strange that I never seem to find magnetic bracelets or bangles on the high street. Occasionally, one sees copper bangles on the high street – usually trashy ones that don’t look very good – but never magnetic bracelets for health or indeed anything using magnets for healing. Also never links magnetic bracelets or expanding ones.
This is indeed a mystery within a puzzle inside an enigma. In short, it makes no sense. What is even worse is that occasionally one does see them in markets, making them look cheap and diminishing the brands. When you consider that magnetic jewellery comes in different quality levels, depending on the creators and suppliers, it is important to understand that not all magnetic bracelets are equal.
That cheap magnetic bangle that you get in a well-known high street chemist chain or on a stall in some flea market is several orders of magnitude lower than the high-quality magnetic bracelets that you get from a supplier like Magnetic Therapy Bracelets, which has some of the best bracelets around, including the Bio 4-elements bracelet (left) which has extra strong magnets and is in the forefront of men’s bracelets.
So, for example, the Thin Jet-Black Gold Edges Magnetic Bracelet shown in the second picture is vastly superior to anything you’ll find in a cheap market or the one high street retailer that stocks a few magnetic bangles.
But I think the time is right for a change. As the economy improves we will now start to see the emergence of the magnetic bracelet from the internet into the high street. The question is will it be the internet vendors who bring it there? Or will existing high street outlets get their first? Or will a new breed of venture capitalists take magnetic bracelets out there into the new markets?
Watch this space…