06 May 2010

Glow in the Dark Silicone Wristbands

Glow in the dark wristbands are HERE! It has taken us some time to bring these back out to you but here they are!

Wristbands.net has always carried these types of bracelets, but since they did not meet our standards, we removed them from our inventory until we were certain they would be good enough for our clients. Our chief issue was the glow factor. We seemed to have had a problem with the longevity and intensity of the wristband glow and were simply not happy with the product. As you know, we quality control all of our items to ensure you are nothing but happy with your product and provide only the best!

Our glow in the dark wristbands is offered in 3 colors. Glow blue, glow green and white. Glow blue is the image you see in this blog. Glow green glows a lime green color while white glow will the traditional glow in the dark color. If you are familiar with the pantone color chart, the color number associated with these is as follows:

Glow Blue 638C
Glow Green 376C
Traditional white* 331C

We know you are wondering how we came across the resolution to our little problem. It was simple. We added more glow powder to our wristbands to intensify the glow and longevity. The wristbands begin with 100% latex free silicone. The glow powder used to achieve the glow in the dark effect is derived from a natural mineral called Sphalerite. This mineral is crushed into a powder form and mixed into the silicone prior to customizing. Wristbands.net uses only natural minerals in all of our products.

To get the “glow” effect, these bracelets must be “charged” with light. Similar to our ultraviolet sensitive wristbands, you must expose these wristbands to a light source. These can be any of the following:

White LED Light
Incandescent Light (your standard light bulb)
Black Light

Glow in the dark wristbands may be debossed, embossed, color filled and screen printed and are PEFRECT for spooky Halloween evenst and celebrations! For more information, please contact us! We’re here to help!
*Traditional white glow bands appear opaque. The color indicated above is the glow color.

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