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BRACED-LETS are fun, durable and wearable bracelets for all ages, crafted entirely out of real orthodontic materials. Colorful, stretchy power chains are accented with metal brackets and contrasting elastic rubber bands and are designed to be mixed and matched, creating countless individual fashion statements.

Collect, trade and share – hop on the power chain and BRACE YOURSELF!

My Review
When I first heard of Braced-lets I thought it was a little creepy. I never wore braces when I was a kid, so I don’t have that feeling of pride when one relates to a product. I imagined the braced-lets looking weird on my wrist. It was a different story once I received them in the mail.

Once I got over the fact that this type of material goes in someone’s mouth, I started to see them for what they really are… totally cool and funky to wear. Even my four year old got in on the fun and grabbed a couple for himself. I should note, they are not intended for children under the age of 6. However, my kid is not the type to stick his accessories in his mouth so I’m pretty certain that he won’t be ripping them apart and choking on the small pieces.

Braced-lets product review

The braced-lets are offered in many, many different colors individually or in groups. They retail for $4.95 and can be purchased online at They’re a hit all over the world, including Japan and the UK, and I’m sure they’ll be the next-big-thing here in the U.S.

By the way, my favorite mag, Harper’s Bazaar, gave them the thumbs up last year. Why do you care? Because it means that you can wear them without feeling like they’re meant just for teens!

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Oops, I almost forgot. They take the whole ortho-style a little bit further by offering these cute cases where you can store your braced-lets. Wouldn’t it be a cute Easter basket stuffer?

Photo Credit: Courtesy Brace-Lets

About the Creators of BRACED-LETS
BRACED-LETS is the brainchild of Drs. Marc Lemchen and Jennifer Salzer, top New York City orthodontists, who enlisted the creative talent of Lulu Frost jewelry designer (and Jen’s sister) Lisa Salzer.

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