Middy (6-7mm) / Climbing Rope / Matt Stainless Steel / Polished Black PVD / 999 Silver on 925 Silver



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(All bracelets are built with extra slack)

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Product Description


  • Bright azure blue
  • 7mm diameter Middy bracelet made with genuine professional European climbing rope
  • All bracelets are shipped in a round embossed tin
  • Tough and durable and guaranteed for 2 years, (see terms)


  • Designed and made in the UK
  • Clasp is high-grade 316L stainless steel and precision laser etched
  • Neodymium magnet, 10x stronger than conventional magnets
  • Rope texture is smooth and comfortable but hard wearing
  • Simple unfussy strong clasp
  • Easy to put on and remove, sleek and tactile to handle
  • Perfect for active outdoor lifestyles


  • Your own little piece of extreme sport inspiration
  • A league above traditional wrist bands
  • Perfect gift to yourself or someone special and gift card available

KEY PRODUCT CARE (see terms):

  • Always rinse clasp thoroughly if in seawater and leave open to dry
  • Clean rope with soap and warm water or washing machine at 30 degrees

Customer Reviews


    Better than expected very high quality will buy again

    By Neil Phelps on July 30, 2017

    Sky Bracelet Silver

    Me Again... The sizes fit as they are said on the site, Use a shoe lace to measure then the tape measure, Boing does the rest Again Boing really do meet the expectations before and after sales

    By Paul Hardman on May 29, 2017

    Sky Bracelet Silver

    Decided to spend a bit more on a wrist band for his and hers as a special gift to us both with a personnel touch message scribed on. Very happy and very Happy with Boing

    By Paul Hardman on May 29, 2017

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