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this is one of those must haves in your findings box

no more soldering of jump rings to make them closed

brush, snap and wiggle and the snapeez jump ring are securely closed!

1. place your chain nose plier on the snapeez with a good grip on either side of the ring about half way down on either side ... the natural opening to the snapeez will be evident at the top.

2. tighten up your dominant arm and let your other arm hold the snapeez in place

3. keep a good grip on the snapeez. hold your hands parallel. don’t move them up and down. while holding your non-dominant hand steady, open the snapeez by pushing the natural opening side of the ring away from your body with your dominant hand.

4. with your dominant arm still tight and your hand steady, pull the snapeez back towards your body and pass the opening go the snapeez a little bit. the sides of the opening of the snapeez should BRUSH against each other.

5. then push the snapeez back toward the opening and BRUSH the sides of the opening together with your dominant hand and you should hear a SNAP!

6. look directly at the spot where you did the BRUSH and SNAP. now WIGGLE the snapeez back and forth at this spot a little bit to get a nice alignment to your closure


* please note: these are not intended to be used with beading wire ... but more for things like connecting charms to bracelets, creating extenders for chain, connecting clasps to chain, etc. these do NOT become a completely closed ring as there is still a slight opening that will have a little "give", but when snapped together, line up very cleanly and are very sturdy. but because of that small gap, they are not suitable for beading wire!

please check out the video on how to use the jump rings at:

i am now one of their authorized reseller of snapeez =D

50 sterling silver snapeez open jump ring 4mm heavy gauge


  • Materials: sterling, silver, jump, rings, open
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