Forever Fused - Permanent Jewelry ⚡️ By HITCH
Don't be scared-not permanent like a tattoo! What this means is a dainty bracelet of your choosing is simply cold welded shut on your wrist for longevity and to avoid the use of a clasp!
Come celebrate Valentine’s Day with us!
This package will included any 14k gold FILLED or Sterling sliver option.
1 box of chocolates and crystals
*this is an in store event
(images are 14k gold filled)
14k solid Gold needs to be ordered please email for for a quote.
DEPOSIT are nonrefundable, once arrived you will have time to pick the bracelet option! If you want 14k Gold please call or email to book appointment.
Some Things You Should Know
• Each Appointment is for 2 peple you can get up two bracelts.
• Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Credit cards and cash accepted
• We don't recommend this process if you have/had an allergic reaction to 14k gold.
• All sales are final.
What is permanent jewelry—and exactly how permanent is it?
The concept of permanent jewelry is just as it sounds—well, kind of! Not permanent like “tattoo” permanent, but it’s jewelry that is meant to last forever! (Or until you’re ready to take it off!) One of our specialists will weld a bracelet closed onto your wrist, eliminating the need for a clasp entirely, making it permanently on your wrist until you decide to take it off.
What if commitment isn’t my thing, and I don’t want it forever? How can I remove it?
Simple! You can use a pair of scissors or pliers and snip it off at any point.
What if my bracelet breaks or somehow comes off?
No need to worry—here at HITCH, we stand behind our products. Should anything happen to your bracelet, store it safely and call us ASAP to schedule a repair! You will not be charged for your first repair.
What are the bracelets made of, and how much do they cost?
Our bracelets are made of sterling silver or are gold-filled. We have 14K white and yellow gold available upon request. Bracelets start at $48, and price depends upon the type of metal.
Will my bracelet be an issue with airport security when I travel?
Not at all! TSA does not require jewelry to be removed upon check-in/security checkpoints.