We offer free economy shipping on all orders!
Need it fast? We also offer expedited shipping for an additional fee. Just select the option you are interested in at the time of checkout to see the cost of expedited shipping for your country.
Our handling time is very fast; in fact, so far, we have shipped ALL of our orders by the next business day, and many times on the same day we receive an order.
Delivery time depends on where you live and the method of shipping you select at checkout. We offer economy shipping for free and expedited shipping at a cost. We cannot guarantee a certain delivery date, but can give an average time by which you can expect to receive your order based on our previous shipments.
Within the 48 contiguous US, most orders that use free shipping (USPS first class) reach our customers within 3-5 business days. With expedited shipping (USPS Priority mail), it usually arrives in 2-3 business days. For international orders, free shipping (USPS first class) can take as few as 6 business days for Canada, and up to 24 business days to Australia. Expedited shipping (DHL Express) usually delivers in as few as 3 days for countries in Europe and as much as 6 days for Australia (including weekends!).
Please note that one of the reasons international orders take so much longer via economy shipping is that your product can by significantly delayed as it goes through customs at its point of entry to your country. This is something that we cannot control, but we have noticed that using expedited shipping via DHL Express usually prevents delays in customs.
Yes! Please read our Sizing Guide to ensure you order the right size for your wrist and also learn how to adjust the cuff to have a perfect, custom fit.
We offer a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you’re not happy with your cuff, just send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to give us a heads up and then mail your product using the protective pouch/box it came in to:
807 Sumner St
Longmont, CO 80501
We will process your refund within 5 business days after we receive the cuff to the payment method used when you purchased it.
A cuff bracelet is a rigid bracelet that has an opening, making it the shape of a “C”. This allows you to wear the cuff by sliding it onto your wrist without the need for it to pass through your hand. This is unlike a bangle, which is a rigid, round bracelet in the shape of an “O”, which forces you to fit your hand through the opening in order for you to get it on your wrist.
A cuff bracelet is rigid, meaning that it does not change shape (unless you physically force it do).
Copper and Sterling Silver may tarnish/darken over time, although the rate of its darkening depends on many factors, including your wrist perspiration as well as contact with various materials. There are many ways to polish these materials using common household materials. Here are a couple methods that work well:
For Copper: Simply pour some lemon juice and add some salt to a bowl and place your cuff in the solution for about 30 seconds. Vinegar also works well.
For Silver: Line the bottom of a bowl with aluminum foil, shiny side up, then place your cuff on top of the aluminum foil in the bowl. Sprinkle a tablespoon of baking soda over your cuff. Slowly pour boiling water into the bowl. It will bubble and make noise. It's kind of scary, but you'll get over your fear when you see what happens! In less than a second your silver will look brand new...no tarnish. Take them out with some tongs, rinse, and dry.
Niobium is the most common material in our designs. It is a silver-gray metal of the transition series of the periodic table of elements with symbol Nb and atomic number 41. It is pronounced nahy-oh-bee-uh m, like the words “eye”, “oh”, and “ium” from stadium.
We like to use it because it looks cool and is resistant to corrosion. It’s much harder to work with compared to Copper, but that gives Davis a good workout with his hammer! One interesting fact is that it is a hypo-allergenic material, so it is very compatible with different skin types and especially popular among people with sensitive skin. Niobium is actually not commonly used for jewelry, but we like to offer unique designs to our awesome customers!
All of our cuffs are rigid; as in, they don’t change form unless physically forced to. Please read our Sizing Guide to learn how to adjust the shape of the cuff bracelet by using your hands. Our cuffs are made with strong metal wires (most are made with Silver, Niobium, and Copper). Excessive bending may cause them to deform, but unless you are somehow related to the Incredible Hulk, it is very unlikely that they will break simply by the force of your hands from adjusting the size! Note that you should try not to adjust the size often- regular bending may eventually ruin the cuff.
All of our pieces are handmade; hence, no two are created alike. Your product will look very similar to the one in the picture, but since they are all hand-pounded with a hammer, it is impossible to make them all the exact same.
First, Davis (the creative genius!) creates a rod of metal wires that are twisted in certain patterns using his custom-built tools in his workshop. He then forges the rod by pounding on it with a hammer on an anvil. He cuts the forged rod to one of our standard sizes and then forms it to sit comfortably on a wrist.
The material(s) used depends on the design of the cuff. We include the materials in the product description of each design. The most common materials used are Sterling Silver, Niobium, and Copper. All of our products are made with wires of various gauge (thickness).
First relax your forearm; then, with the cuff in your opposite hand, anchor one end of the cuff into the soft underside of your wrist (a couple inches higher than where you would take your pulse) while gently pivoting the other end over the top of your forearm. Ideally, the cuff is sized so that it will just barely be able to slide over your wrist bone. Then simply slide the cuff down to where your wrist meets your hand. See our Sizing Guide for a more detailed explanation on how to wear a cuff.
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Although our brand’s image and marketing is geared toward men, our designs are unisex. Many of our customers are women and we have received very positive feedback from our female customers.
Custom orders are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us here or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org describing your custom order and we will respond with a price and lead time if we can accept your request.
All of our pieces are made in Davis’s workshop in Boulder, Colorado. Be sure to hit us up if you're ever in the area!
We are careful to make sure our designs do not have sharp edges, and the ends of each cuff is finished in a way that ensures they won’t scratch you. We have never experienced any complaints about our products scratching skin or or pulling arm hair.
So far we have not experienced any issues with water. Copper naturally tarnishes over time, but the tarnish can be easily removed using common household items such as vinegar, or a lemon and salt solution.
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