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A Solid Piece
The bracelet is well made and good looking. I think it is a little thin for a man’s wrist, so I usually wear it paired with another bracelet. The thing to be cautious of is fitting it over your hand. I have an 8.25” wrist, and it is a *very* tight fit over my hand. As long as it fits, it is a fine piece.
William, thank you for your detailed review. This information will be super helpful for customers purchasing in the future! You're right - this bracelet does look great stacked with other items, and we're glad you're enjoying it. Thanks, again!
This is my second purchase of this mala.
Kevin, thank you for your feedback! We're so excited to hear that you loved this mala enough to purchase it another time. We appreciate you taking the time to write a review and thank you for supporting Himalayan artisans!
great products. great service. arrived on schedule. will make future purchases. thank yioi
Brendan, thank you for your feedback! We're so happy to hear that you love your wrist mala. We do our best to get the products shipped as fast as possible and always strive to provide the best shopping experience for all of our customers. We appreciate you taking the time to write a review and thank you for supporting The DharmaShop!
Would like to know, can be slightly enlarged?
David, thank you for your feedback! This mala can be expanded on a larger string. Please email email@example.com for resizing inquires.
Impermanence never looked so good.
I got this skull and bead wrist mala (27 counts for beads and skulls) to replace a bone one on a stretchy cord that I've had to have restrung a couple times when the cord broke. (Fortunately, I was able to recover all of the skulls both times.) This one has the slide-knot device that opens and closes to take it off and put it back on, so I don't worry about losing something so precious. I like the well-wrought brass skulls (yes, brass-colored, not silver as in the website photo), although they and the black wooden beads are too small for my fingers to use for counting mantras, which is what I sometimes used the other one with the much larger bone skulls for. Since I now carry a 108-bead mala daily, I don't miss using the wrist one. I like the look and feel of this one, though.