What Is an Infinity Bracelet?
Modern, minimal and seamless - the Infinity Bracelet is a piece of jewelry that is welded directly into your wrist. Without a clasp to interrupt the chain, this bracelet is the perfect way to signify an important relationship or event in your life. An Infinity Bracelet is also a perfect gift for the upcoming holiday season!
How Are Infinity Bracelets Attached?
Infinity bracelets are welded directly onto your wrist at our store in East Windsor, New Jersey. The welding process is quick and painless. If you ever need to remove your bracelet, it can be removed with scissors and reattached at a later date.
We have 14k gold chains and other chains on premises that you can choose. Select styles may also be available in 14k white gold or sterling silver.
What is an Infinity Bracelet?
An Infinity Bracelet is a chain that is welded on your wrist without a clasp. A modern, minimal friendship bracelet, these bracelets are designed to be worn always, or until you decide to snip it off with scissors.
How can I get an Infinity Bracelet? Do I need an appointment?
We weld bracelets by appointment at our jewelry store in East Windsor, New Jersey. Appointments can be made here. Our schedule can get hectic, especially during the holiday season, so we can’t always accommodate walk-ups. Appointments generally open up 30 days in advance.
Do you weld anklets or necklaces?
Yes! We can weld anklets & necklaces. Please note that pricing for anklets and necklaces is higher due to the longer chain lengths required.
Where is my appointment?
We are located inside the Shoprite. Our jewelry store is located to the right of the entrance of Shoprite.
Is there a deposit required?
A $25 deposit is required to secure your appointment and will be credited and used towards the final payment of bracelet. Deposits are refundable if the appointment is cancelled more than 24 hours in advance of the appointment time.
What happens during my appointment?
Appointments are 15-30 minutes long. This allows time for you to select your chain, have it measured to your wrist and welded. Please note that if you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment, we may ask you to reschedule.
Can I bring a friend?
We can accommodate up to 4 bracelets per appointment, so you can definitely bring a friend! If your group is larger than 4 people/4 bracelets, please schedule additional appointments to accommodate your entire group.
The date I want isn’t available! Can you squeeze me in?
If the date you are trying to schedule isn’t available, then it means we are fully booked for that day. You can always check the online scheduler for last minute cancellations or call us at (609-371-1800) on the day you want to come in to see if any appointments have opened up.
How much does it cost?
Cost will vary depending on if you want a silver or gold chain. We also have charms and gemstone add-ons starting, which is an additional charge.
I *really* want a specific chain. Will it be in stock?
If you have a specific request for your chain such as metal or style or want a specific gemstone add-on, please purchase the chain in advance or call to ensure availability. We typically keep several sterling silver and 14k yellow gold chains in stock, but don’t always have white gold and rose gold available.
What happens if I need to remove my infinity bracelet?
You can remove your bracelet by snipping it off with scissors at the jump ring we used to connect it. Bracelets can be re-welded, or a clasp added for an additional charge.
What if my infinity bracelet breaks?
Unfortunately, bracelets do break sometimes! If this happens in the first 7 days after purchase, we will re-weld or replace the bracelet at no charge. After 7 days, re-welds are an additional cost. If the chain is lost after 7 days, you will need to purchase a new bracelet. Schedule your Infinity Bracelet repair appointment here.
Are these bracelets durable?
Infinity bracelets can be very durable! But, like any piece of fine jewelry, you need to treat it with care. If your infinity bracelet gets snagged or pulled hard, it could snap, just like a bracelet with a clasp. 14k gold chains are more durable than the sterling silver chains.