If you struggle to put on your jewelry, you may be interested in this “As Seen on TV” test. The Clever Clasp promises to connect your necklace with ease, but would it connect with us or simply be a pain in the neck?
The trouble with putting on a necklace, or so I’m told, is that the little clasp is hard to open and connect to the other side while it is on the backside of your neck. So I’m going to see if I can do it; I might be a novice at it but I was able to get a necklace on and off, but it was not easy. That is where the Clever Clasp comes in.
With the Clever Clasp you get four sets: two silver and two gold. Essentially, they are pairs of magnets that connect to your necklace.
So you take one end of the Clever Clasp, the eyelet piece, and hook it onto your necklace. Then you take the other end, which has the lobster handle on the other side and you just click it around the eyelet. If the manufacturer is correct, it should be a lot easier to work the Clever Clasp than to struggle behind your back with the necklace.
The Clever Clasp is a lot easier to use and it is pretty easy to take off as well.
You can also use the Clever Clasp for bracelets. I tried it on a bracelet that would not quite fit my wrist, but the Clever Clasp also comes with two extenders, one gold and one silver.
So if you want to spend less time getting ready for that big night out, I might suggest the Clever Clasp. It’s a “clasp” act it gets the thumbs up.
The Clever Clasp also has a built-in safety lock. Once you connect the magnets, simply twist the barrel of the clasp three or four times and it locks so that you will not lose your jewelry.
The Clever Clasp cost ten dollars and CVS and is also available online. Simply click on the link listed below.