Trollbeads Bracelet Helper Debuts

This Trollbeads blog alerts readers to the launch of the new Trollbeads Bracelet Helper.

Back in December Trollbeads launched their branded bead stringer. It’s a cute little device that allows the transfer of multiple beads to a bracelet very quickly.

Trollbeads Bead Stringer

Image Courtesy of Trollbeads – Please Do Not Reproduce Without Crediting

Yesterday the new Trollbeads Bracelet Helper made it’s debut and I foresee the popularity of this one being a little larger.

Trollbeads Bracelet Helper

The new bracelet helper is a tool designed to help with the fastening of a chain. There have been numerous other tools on the market to accomplish this of course but this is the first branded version and it’s retailing at just $7.50.

Trollbeads Bracelet Helper

Image Courtesy of Trollbeads – Please Do Not Reproduce Without Crediting

Trollbeads Bracelet Helper

Image Courtesy of Trollbeads – Please Do Not Reproduce Without Crediting

Trollbeads Bracelet Helper Ordering Details

For now the only place I can find the bracelet helper is via Trollbeads USA (and please note this link is affiliate) but I think it’s safe to assume it will slowly see a global roll out much like the bead stringer did.

Trollbeads Bracelet Helper Summary

Battling with bracelets is definitely a common problem for Trollbeads collectors. Indeed I’ve repeatedly recommended the “big” lock style (the Big Fish Lock or Big Flower Lock for those who have particular difficulties as the jointed style allows for more flexion. This should hopefully alleviate the issue entirely.

As always I love to hear from my readers. What are your thoughts on the Trollbeads Bracelet Helper? Hit the comments and let me know!

  1. Angela

    Nice, way better than the Alligator Clip I have been using.

    • endangeredtrolls

      Yeah.. I mean I know that there are alternatives out there – both the type actually designed for this and then DIY fixes but for this price? I think it’s a really cute little thing to have around. I hope it features as some kind of gift with purchase promotion in the future too.

      I’d still like to see Trollbeads revert back to the original pale wooden collector’s case too. Then the bracelet stringer, bracelet helper and the boxes would all match 😛


  2. Elizabeth (Lizzie )

    IMO, no bracelet should be without a safety chain! They are ridiculously overpriced, but necessary. As an added bonus, they make fastening a bracelet much easier. End of story.
    Again, IMO.

    • Agi

      I agree absolutely. I never wear my bracelets without a safety chain and don’t have any problems with fastening the bracelets.

  3. Paula, Gravesend

    I use a large paper clip opened to a roughly S shape. Cheap and easy.

  4. Gene

    This is something I could really use. I tried the paper clip but I just don’t have the dexterity any more. I have such difficulty with the lock sometimes that my son has to put the bracelet on me.

    • endangeredtrolls

      And it’s a cheap device too! 😀 Hopefully it should solve problems for a lot of people 🙂


      • Elizabeth (Lizzie )

        Right? I WISH the safeties were that cheap. They’re up to $30 now! This is worth getting just as a pretty, branded accessory.

        • endangeredtrolls

          Now what they should do is make a jewellery case.. large enough to house a collection at home but with some kind of travel component that can be removed. THEN incorporate all these little tools and gizmos somehow. I want to see the equivalent of those bead stringers replacing rods, so you can keep beads organised by bracelet, on a rod and then transfer super fast and easy to a chain. Include the bracelet helper… add in all of these little bits and tools and keep the pricing reasonable.

          Am I asking too much?

          I don’t think so because I bet anything they’d sell…


  5. Elise

    For some of us who live with only fuzzy friends, and such residents that care quite little for beads or assisting with locks, this will ne especially helpful! 😆

    • endangeredtrolls

      I know the feeling 😉


  6. Marisa

    Must admit I wouldn’t be able to manage to put my bracelets on without a safety chain, so this will be very handy. And I agree with the other comments that the safety chain is overpriced for what it is…

  7. Joanne B

    Overpriced and also cumbersome to use! The tiny lobster claw clasp is hard to open and difficult to thread through the links of the bracelet.

Post A Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *