Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Canale Originals introduces Bracelet-Mate, The Purseless Purse and Wrist-Bling [Review and Giveaway]

Think if this piece as an all in one keychain. The Bracelet Mate is a fantastic wallet for Holiday parties, nights out on the town, holiday shopping.. So many activities!

I chose and receive one in black. I asked for a small, but I think a medium would have worked better for me. The Wallet itself conforms to your wrist after wearing it only a couple of time. Like a new shoe that perfectly fits your foot.

The beads do not pinch or bother my skin in any way.

Official Description:
Bracelet Mate(R) combines beautiful beaded bracelets with a mini wrist wallet that is capable of carrying your ID, credit cards, cash, lipstick and a key. When worn, the wallet sits discreetly on the inside of your wrist no one knows you have it on, but you always know where your belongings are! Bracelet Mate(R) is great for evening activities, the beach, shopping, traveling, sport activities and anytime you don't want to carry around your purse!


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  1. I would use this when we go to amusement parks! It would be so much easier than carrying a purse around and you wouldn't have to worry about anyone steeling it!

  2. I would use this when I go shopping sheshult@hotmail.com

  3. I'd use it for quick shopping trips

  4. I would use it on vacations--much easier than carrying a bulky bag!

  5. I'd use it as a gift for a friend who lives overseas and frequently goes out for dinner/drinks with friends and has lost her purse in the past.

    melacan at hotmail dot com

  6. I would give it to my mom. I know she would probably like to use it when out shopping.

  7. It would be perfect for carrying my ID card so when I go on base I don't have to search my purse to find it.
    laura dot hopelessromantic dot emerson at gmail dot com


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