Oh, the night club security would love to see you heading toward the metal detector with this bracelet. You would probably short out the system, but vastly improve cell phone reception for all around you. From Velvet Da Vinci by Michelle Ritter, this "Echo" bracelet sells for $2,400.
You're paying for the concept, remember, not the materials.
Implications - There is no shortage of accessories that will render a normal look "unique." Fashion continues to be about self-expression and these days, the more eccentric, the better. Consumers now, more than ever, are looking for items that will truly set them apart, and items like this wired bracelet do just that.
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Michelle Ritter Echo Bracelet
- By: Going Like SixtyJan 15, 2008 Updated: Apr 7 2011