I bought three, one for me and one for each of my girls. I liked the orange ms ribbon and the silver ring with words. It was a little too big because my wrist is very small. I am hesitant to untie the knots because I'm afraid it will ruin it if I try to make it tighter. All this is is just a little thin orange ponytail holder. I was disappointed. But I guess for the price it's fine.
Merchant Response:Thank you for your review. We are sorry to hear you are disappointed. Hopefully these instructions for adjusting the size of the bracelets will help you enjoy the bracelets: (these are also posted above under the 'Instructions' tab): Part of what makes our Awareness Stretch Charm Bracelets special is that the knots are carefully hand tied. While we try to make them consistent in size and knot tightness, you may find that the bracelet you order may need to be made smaller to fit your wrist or that the knots need to be tightened a bit after having relaxed.
Here is our best advice on how to keep those knots tight and help your bracelet better fit your wrist.
To tighten your knots:
Hold one of the knots between your left thumb and index finger with the short end of the cord pointing to the right.
Gently pull on short end of the chord. You should feel the knot tighten a bit between your thumb and index finger.
*We recommend that you do this before wearing your bracelet for the first time and as needed to ensure that the knots stay tight.
To adjust the size of your bracelet for smaller wrists:
Hold one of the knots between your left thumb and index finger with the short end of the cord pointing to the left.
Gently pull on the cord loop above the knot to tighten the bracelet loop. Pull a little at a time so you don't shorten it too much too quickly.
Repeat with the other side of the cord so you have even sized loops around the charm.
Tighten the knots with the above directions.
If you need to make the bracelet bigger again, reverse these instructions pulling instead on the bracelet loop in step 2.
*We do not recommend untying the knots. Once untied, they can be more difficult to tie back around the charms.