James and I went to London at the weekend. After accidentally going to a bridal show first, we were directed towards the design exhibition that we were supposed to be at. Got 25% off for Confetti.co.uk though!
Over to 100% Design. After looking at copper taps and mega-secure doors (retailing between £50k-£100k), we took a look at marble, veneer wood and new leathers, all with a view to incorporating some of these materials into Carbon in the future. The future of Carbon is on its way.
Meanwhile, on the internet, we stumbled across this excellent Tumblr account. The work being done on fluid simulations is amazing.
I'm sure a lot of you are now thinking this:
Get the best fit for your wrist, using the size guides below for our bracelets.
|Size||Metric Bracelet Size||Tight fit on a wrist size of||Good fit on a wrist size of||Loose fit on a wrist size of|
|X Small||14.5 cm||15 cm||14 cm||13 cm|
|Small||16.5 cm||17 cm||16 cm||15 cm|
|Medium||20.3 cm||18 cm||17.5 cm||16 cm|
|Large||22.8 cm||22 cm||21.5 cm||20 cm|
Imperial Equivalent Sizes:
|Size||Imperial Bracelet Size||Tight fit on a wrist size of||Good fit on a wrist size of||Loose fit on a wrist size of|
You can measure you wrist size like in the image below. If you do not have a flexible tape measure you can wrap a piece of string around your wrist and measure the length.
If you have any questions we are happy to help just send us an email.