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Angelflutter
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Bolo Rings

Post by Angelflutter » 1 year ago

Why ? I can just picture trying to write while wearing one. Eat while wearing one. Cook while wearing one. I can see the chains getting caught in file drawer cabinets. Typing while wearing one. Just why and where would you wear one????
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Post by Blossom » 1 year ago

Angelflutter wrote:
1 year ago
Why ? I can just picture trying to write while wearing one. Eat while wearing one. Cook while wearing one. I can see the chains getting caught in file drawer cabinets. Typing while wearing one. Just why and where would you wear one????
I agree!! There's no place in my life for a BOLO anything!

Well, chains are the exception.
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Post by Gypsy » 1 year ago

Blossom wrote:
1 year ago
Angelflutter wrote:
1 year ago
Why ? I can just picture trying to write while wearing one. Eat while wearing one. Cook while wearing one. I can see the chains getting caught in file drawer cabinets. Typing while wearing one. Just why and where would you wear one????
I agree!! There's no place in my life for a BOLO anything!

Well, chains are the exception.
I completely agree . Bolo chains - Yes. Rings or bracelets.....big fat NO
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Post by Kittycat » 1 year ago

Once while I was driving mine got stuck in the steering wheel I almost panicked. But I still wear them.
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Post by Jo » 1 year ago

Kittycat wrote:
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Once while I was driving mine got stuck in the steering wheel I almost panicked. But I still wear them.
Same thing happened to me! I still wear them,too, 'cause I like them.
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Post by Kat » 1 year ago

I have a lot of bolo bracelets but I would never buy a bolo ring.
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Post by geminigirl » 1 year ago

It would drive me nuts. I won one on auction a while back and I guess I didn't pay attention - didn't realize it was a BOLO ring. I ended up not purchasing it and I felt bad about it.
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Post by CC » 1 year ago

Seems like they would be good for people who have arthritis in their fingers. Easy to go on over knuckles. I just don't understand the need for so much chain drop to put them on. Seems like they could use a little less and it would still work. What I would like better would be stretch rings in stainless steel or sterling silver.I would definitely buy that style of ring to get over these arthritic fingers.
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Post by Blossom » 1 year ago

CC wrote:
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Seems like they would be good for people who have arthritis in their fingers. Easy to go on over knuckles. I just don't understand the need for so much chain drop to put them on. Seems like they could use a little less and it would still work. What I would like better would be stretch rings in stainless steel or sterling silver.I would definitely buy that style of ring to get over these arthritic fingers.
Stretch rings would be better than BOLO rings in my opinion too. Seems like the ones they occasionally do have are unfortunately made of tone.
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Post by Amy » 1 year ago

I’ve tried to get used to “bolo “ anything but for me, it is just aggravating. I have very tiny wrists so the chains hang down a lot & get in the way. I almost bought a bolo ring, that would have been a total waste. Gotta keep alert before we order or bid. Bolo is everywhere. 😖😖😖
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