Kurt Chrisler

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  • 8 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Hip Hop Jewelry: From Rap Culture To Mainstream
  •   Iced out jewelry has officially come to the mainstream with the advent of hip hop replica jewelry. What was once only for the rich is now attainable for people of all incomes and location. Don’t be surprised if the next time you are walking through the grocery store you notice someone wearing iced out jewelry. To purchase your own hip hop jewelry visit: http://www.MyHipHopBling.com
  • 8 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Hip Hop Jewelry: From Rap Culture To Mainstream
  •   Iced out pendants and necklaces are also among the list of vastly popular hip hop jewelry. Pendants are items that hang from a necklace and come in a variety of shapes and sized. The most popular iced out pendant is the spinner which was made famous by members of the rap group G-Unit, more specifically rapper 50 Cent. A spinner pendant is worn around the neck and had a piece of metal on it that can be spun in a circle and continues to spin for several minutes. The spinner pendant also has numerous replicas that can be bought from under $25.
  • 8 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Hip Hop Jewelry: From Rap Culture To Mainstream
  •   Another popular iced out jewelry item is the hip hop watch. Watches have always been a status symbol of the rich and famous but now almost anyone can have their own version of a hip hop watch for under $30, albeit with fake diamonds and no platinum. Either way, almost anyone can show off their bling with a realistic looking iced out watch.
  • 8 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Hip Hop Jewelry: From Rap Culture To Mainstream
  •   One of the most popular pieces of hip hop jewelry is the teeth grills. Grills, or grillz, are caps or fittings worn over ones teeth. Recently, pop star Brooke Hogan wore a pair of grillz in her music video for her song “About Us”. A set of gold grillz is also a favorite jewelry item of the Cincinnati Bengal football player Chad Johnson. Johnson can often be seen with his gold removable grill while on the football field.
  • 10 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Tips on Buying Custom Silicone Wristband Bracelets
  •   Take all these factors into account before you purchase personalized wristbands. By getting the answers to these question before you order you can assure yourself that you are indeed getting a good deal on you purchase. If you are looking for a company that sells high quality custom silicone wristbands check out http://www.mycustomwristbands.com.
  • 10 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Tips on Buying Custom Silicone Wristband Bracelets
  •   3. Quality - Make sure you order custom silicone wristbands that are made with high quality silicone and not cheap alternatives. The best way to check this is to ask for a sample before you place any large order. If they will not send a sample this should raise a red flag.

      4. Customization Options - Make sure you find a company that gives you all the options you are looking for. Whether it is different colored wristbands, different styles on printing or different sizes of bands to fit children and adults.
  • 10 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Tips on Buying Custom Silicone Wristband Bracelets
  •   2. Shipping Fees - Look for a company with low shipping fees. This will most likely be a company in the country in which you reside due to high international shipping fees. Many companies simply resell wristbands from overseas. Make sure your orders are being shipped from your country in order to avoid high shipping charges.
  • 10 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Tips on Buying Custom Silicone Wristband Bracelets
  •   1. Set up fee / Mold Charge- Many companies will charge a set up fee to your first order and this is standard in the industry. However, look for a company that will waive that fee if you order a second batch of custom bracelets. This setup fee is also commonly referred to as a mold charge fee. This can run anywhere from $200-$500. There are companies that have no mold charge but instead raise their prices. If placing smaller orders it may be cheaper to go with a company that has no mold charge but higher prices. However, with large orders it is usually cheaper to go with a company that has a mold charge because your overall cost will be lower.
  • 10 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Support Our Troops Bracelets, Where Does the Money Go?
  •   Once you narrow your choice of material and color just make sure that part of your purchase price is going to charity. Also, get others involved and tell them where they can purchase their own wristbands. It is the least we can do to show our support for the men and women who are fighting for our freedom!

      If you want to skip the research and go right to a site that donates part of your purchase to charity you can visit http://www.supportusa.org. This site will donate part of your purchase price to the Armed Forces Relief Trust, a well know and respected charity that helps support the men and women of the Armed Forces.
  • 10 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Kurt Chrisler › Support Our Troops Bracelets, Where Does the Money Go?
  •   You certainly will not have a lack of options when you go to purchase these wristbands. When they were first released they were mainly produced in yellow but now they come in about every color imaginable. You can find them in green, brown, camouflage, rainbow and of course a red, white and blue combination. You will also have a choice of what they are made of. Most will be made of 100% silicone, but others will be only partly silicone and others will be made of rubber.
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