Pandora Bracelet

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Hi All,
My efforts to convice the wife to have a NAS for christmas have failed, it seems I must purchase a pandora bracelet. DOes anyone have some good advice on this?

Saw some bracelets and charms for £50 and £26, however I found another site with a uk.com domain selling charms at £6-£10, seems too good to be true, is it?

Advice welcomed
 
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There's tons of 'fake' Pandora stuff out there, a lot of people make it themselves. Yes you're looking at anything from £25-300 per charm. Be aware, after Pandora she'll want a Troll Bracelet, on the bright side it makes it easy for you to buy her a gift every birthday/xmas, although it could get quite predictable.
 
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[FnG]magnolia;23170791 said:
What is happening.

Some low cost dress jewellery that appears to be popular at the moment. Another fad like the footprint stuff I expect.
 
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Some low cost dress jewellery that appears to be popular at the moment. Another fad like the footprint stuff I expect.

Harley is that you?

Ahh the working classes, how dare they want to have shiny things.
 
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[FnG]magnolia;23170845 said:
I need pics.

disgunbegud.jpg

e : ^ oh, it gets better! So it's tat, common, cheap rubbish? We need pictures of all of the things!

Expected better from you to be honest.
 
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Lol Pandora.

Overpriced tat that every girl wants.

Buy a NAS for the jokes, then buy her some nice jewellery rather than the ££££ Pandora.
 
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Expected better from you to be honest.

Why should you do that?

Is it tat or not? Google keeps bringing up some NZ stuff for me so I can't really see what we're talking about. Pictures - as already stated - would help a lot.

(I bet it's tat anyway)

e : hang on, I genuinely do not know what this stuff/store is. It sounds terrible but I haven't heard of it before.
 
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Sigh. Imagine a lady wanting a piece of jewellery that she thinks is pretty. How dare she.

It's just a jewellery brand that specialises in charm bracelets and charms for said bracelets.

I think you'd be best buying from a proper, reputable, shop rather than some random online thing as there are lots of fakes around.
 
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Some low cost dress jewellery that appears to be popular at the moment. Another fad like the footprint stuff I expect.

I guess it depends on what you mean by low cost but with charms ranging from £25 - £550 and the gold bracelet costing nearly £1000 Pandora can be pretty expensive. They have also been around for over a decade so not sure they count as a fad either.
 
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[FnG]magnolia;23170928 said:
Why should you do that?

Is it tat or not? Google keeps bringing up some NZ stuff for me so I can't really see what we're talking about. Pictures - as already stated - would help a lot.

(I bet it's tat anyway)

Its basically an expensive charm bracelet.

You buy a silver chain and then other bits and bobs to slide over it.

Its popular because:

A- its tat, but well made tat.
B-its shiny.
C- Your average working woman can add to it every now and again with out breaking the bank.

Women are like just like men in that respect, in that they never grow up.

Its one of the great failings of most men in that they never grasp that.

Buy them stuff to dress up in, buy them stuff to show off to their friends, call them beautiful and pretend they are the most important little girl in the world.

Job done.
 

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[FnG]magnolia;23170928 said:
Why should you do that?

Is it tat or not? Google keeps bringing up some NZ stuff for me so I can't really see what we're talking about. Pictures - as already stated - would help a lot.

(I bet it's tat anyway)

e : hang on, I genuinely do not know what this stuff/store is. It sounds terrible but I haven't heard of it before.

Official Website:

http://www.pandora.net/en-gb/

UK Online Jeweller that sells them:

http://www.joshuajamesjewellery.co.uk/products/pandora.html
 
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