A lot of you have been asking us to give some tips and ideas on how you could play around with the DIY aspect of Bond Touch. The default black lather band can be removed and replaced with any other band of the fitting size. You can create different straps to match different outfits, or even make a personal Bond Touch band for your beloved one! We are currently experimenting with different bracelets that are quite easy to make, and will be sharing our best designs with you on our blog.
We decided to start off with these easy to make silicon bracelets with clasps.
The silicon bracelets are some of us Bond Touch crews’ favorite - they've got a super simple and sleek style, are very low budgeted and there's a great variety of colors to choose from. Best of all - they are extremely easy to make!
Here is what you'll need:
Time: < 5 min
Total cost: $2.31
Step 1: Cut the bracelet.
Cut your bracelet anywhere you’d like. If you have a smaller wrist or want a tighter fit, fit it around your wrist and cut some more out. Shape the ends to your liking (you can round them, for example, or just keep them square as we did).
Step 2: Trim the ends
Without trimming the ends, it is difficult to fit the silicon into the clasp. So cut just a little bit of the side of the bracelet off so that it goes into the clasp.
Step 3: Slide your Bond Touch module in
Make sure you slide your Bond Touch module into the Silicon before putting on both of the clasps - once they’re both in place, the module won’t fit through!
Step 4: Apply super glue
Apply the super glue on the trimmed ends - then stuck it into the clasps. Put one clasp on each end.
And you’re done! You have a simple style, easy on-and-off bracelet. Customize it any way to fit your style - single color, neon, swirls, glow-in-the-dark bracelets - and brass, copper, or your choice of closure clasps!
If you decide to make one, share the photos with us - we are learning with you, and it would be great to exchange results.