A CLASP BY ANY OTHER NAME IS A PAIN IN THE NECK
Yes, you have a new bracelet but
you always have to have help putting it on. Really? In this day and age isn't there a better answer?
Q: Is there any clasp that's easy to use?
A: They are all about the same when you tally the three factors of
1) security and 2) workmanship and 3( design. The clasp should, within
reason, be proportionate in size to the bracelet. Remember that there's
no getting away from gravity; if the clasp is larger and heavier than
the bracelet, then the clasp will always rotate to the lowest point.
Q: So, what would be easiest to use?
A: As I was saying, they're all about the same. It's a matter of
what suits you. You see, some people who want a larger clasp find
toggles heaven-sent while other people fiddle with them endlessly. Some
people love box clasps, others can't see the small mechanism, some
people love the marquis shaped filigree clasps traditionally used with
pearls while others can't seem to master the squeeze and pull open trick
of it. Some people love lobster claw clasps, others can't seem to work
the little opening lever. The best I can suggest is to try on a
variety of bracelets with different clasps. Which one can you work the