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Old 12-23-2009, 01:01 PM
 
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Hi I am considering getting a charm bracelet or Pandora bracelet for my sis for Christmas. If anyone owns a Pandora one, how do you like it? Worth the $$$ or should I just go for the traditional charm bracelet? I think she would like either so I am torn on which to buy traditional or Pandora??? hmmmm..
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Old 12-24-2009, 12:44 AM
 
Location: Winter Springs, FL
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Hi I am considering getting a charm bracelet or Pandora bracelet for my sis for Christmas. If anyone owns a Pandora one, how do you like it? Worth the $$$ or should I just go for the traditional charm bracelet? I think she would like either so I am torn on which to buy traditional or Pandora??? hmmmm..
I bought my wife one (Pandora bracelet) last year. It is much better than a regular charm bracelet. There are tons of charms to choose from. They are not cheap, but part of the fun is people can give charms as gifts to fill it in. It makes a great personal keepsake.
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Old 12-31-2009, 03:24 AM
 
Location: Colorado
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Well, it's beyond Christmas and you're already bought what you bought, but I thought I'd contribute my 2 cents: I have trollbeads.....it's the same concept....and I love mine! These bracelets basically look like costume jewelry until you learn about them.....the charms are really cute and very detailed....many, many of the beads are one-of-a-kind and they are hand made..... My charms are representative of events that have taken place in my life...very special, very personal.... Many charms are eventually discontinued, which makes them even more valuable. In the end, these bracelets are very expensive, (especially if you buy gold), but inheritance-worthy. My beads are blues and greens and lilacs, but the bracelet can be dismantled, other colors of beads can be bought and then it will take on a whole new life.....you can not do this kind of thing with a regular charm bracelet.... You can even buy different clasps....mine is a hibiscus because I like Hawaii....

And like 68vette wrote: it doesn't have to be purchased all at once, (so then it's not so expensive if you give it as a gift....a charm here and there......birthday, graduation, Christmas, etc.)....
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