4 ways to transfer fabric festival wristbands that event organizers need to be aware of

 

 

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In the article, we describe 4 transfer techniques and how they work. At the end of the article we will explain how to use the bracelets properly and avoid cheating.

 

Festival bracelets are made of a fabric material and a locking mechanism. When the tape is pushed through the lock, the pieces coming out of the lock on the other side will be referred to as "ends" or "tails".

 

1. Textile bracelet or fabric bracelet with plastic clasp - Twist Method:

 

First, place the bracelets on the guest's wrist. Then pull the plastic latch down towards the wrist. The ends are cut from the ribbon with scissors. If the ends are not cut to a minimum, ie close to the clasp, it is possible to transfer the bracelets.

 

The method: The ends are twisted to create a narrow cylinder. By rotating the lock around this cylinder, the teeth that grasp the strap are released. It is thus possible to pull the lock away from the wrist, as the lock can now not grasp the fabric. When the clasp is pulled away from the wrist, it is possible to remove the bracelet and transfer it.

 

2. Textile bracelet or fabric bracelet with metal or plastic clasp - Plastic bag Method:

 

This method is very simple and most effective without any visible damage to the strap or lock. The bracelet is applied to the wrist and tightened, but still not completely tight. Then the end pieces are cut off. A plastic bag is used as "a sliding surface" and makes it possible to transfer the bracelets due to the smooth plastic.

 

Method: A plastic bag is forced between the bracelet and the wrist while the palm is inside the bag. Then fold the bag over the bracelet and pull in the direction away from the arm. With a little effort and effort, it is possible to pull the bracelet out of the wrist. By doing the reverse in the process, it is possible to reapply the bracelet and transfer it to another person.

 

3. Textile bracelet or fabric bracelet with plastic clasp - straws Method:

 

Wristbands are applied and attached to the wrist. Some guests may complain that they do not want the bracelets applied too tight because it is uncomfortable. This actually allows for the transfer of the bracelets.

 

Method: You take a piece from a search tube approx. 1 cm long, and then cut the cylinder vertically so that there is an opening. The cut-out straw is placed around the band under the lock and then you can force the straw into the lock by sliding the lock on top of the straw. So you tighten the bracelet more, but the lock is instead put on top of a smooth piece of plastic. This means that you block your teeth from getting hold of the fabric, and it is thus possible to loosen the bracelet and transfer it to another person.

 

4. Textile bracelet or fabric bracelet with metal clasp - Side press method:

 

The wristband is applied to the wrist and the metal shrink is clamped with a normal flat pliers. Then the end pieces are cut off and the bracelet appears to be secured. The flattened ring can allow a side press to be applied with another plain pair of pliers, and the bracelet can be transferred to another person.

 

Method: By applying a pressure on the side of the metal lock with another normal pliers, the ring is opened again, which thus loosens the bracelet, and makes it possible to remove the wristband and transfer it.

 

The right way to use textile bracelets and fabric bracelets.

It is very important to use the bracelets properly to avoid transfer.

 

Textile bracelet or fabric bracelet with plastic clasp:

Apply the bracelet to the wrist and pull the plastic clasp against the wrist, tight enough. We recommend a space that corresponds to one index finger, so that the bracelets are still comfortable to wear. Cut off the ends as close as possible to the plastic latch using scissors.

 

Textile bracelet or fabric bracelet with metal clasp:

Apply the bracelet to the wrist and push the metal clasp against the wrist, tight enough. We recommend a space that corresponds to one index finger, so that the bracelets are still comfortable to wear. Use special crimping pliers to shrink the ring. Cut off the ends as close as possible to the metal lock using scissors.