Follow the below 4 steps, you can ensure that your charms bracelet does not feel too tight or too loose.
Measure your wrist at the widest point.
Use a fabric tape measure or alternatively a leash, newspaper etc. as you so can subsequently measure the length of a ruler.
Example: you are measuring 160 mm.
Once you have measured your wrist, Appendix so the diameter of the charms you use – typically 12-14 mm. However, some measuring up to 20 mm.
NB.: If you only want your bracelets filled halfway with charms you only need to attach one half of the diameter.
Example: you are measuring 160 mm and 13 mm. to attach, which then is equal to 173 mm.
Depending on how tight you want your charms bracelet should be, we often recommend that conferred between 15-25 mm.
As a starting point you can input 20 mm. If you are in doubt.
Example: You attach to now 20 mm. clearances and your measured length is now equal to 193 mm.
Then choose your favorite bracelet in the length that comes closest.
Example: you choose now a bracelet of length 19 cm or 7.5 “(1 inch equals 2.54 cm)
HOW TO CALCULATE THE DIAMETER OF YOUR BRACELET
In order to get the diameter of your bracelet, you must take the length and dividing by 3.14.
If the length of your bracelet is:
18 cm. so is the diameter: 18/3.14 = 5.73 cm.
19 cm. so is the diameter: 19/3.14 = 6.05 cm.
20 cm. so is the diameter: 20/3.14 = 6.34 cm.
So immediately the difference is not as great as it might seem when you look at the bracelet length.