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#1385879 - 01/20/15 10:15 PM Jelly bracelets
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Like most suggie owners I try to keep the gliders entertained. It seems like a lot of times they don't care for the things I put in their cage. frown But I was playing with one of my gliders today, and she went crazy over this jelly bracelet I was wearing. Has anyone used these for toys? Do you think they could be used if they are non toxic?

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#1385882 - 01/21/15 07:48 AM Re: Jelly bracelets [Re: Coconut]
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I have used them before and use some on the toys I make.
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#1385889 - 01/21/15 09:16 AM Re: Jelly bracelets [Re: Srlb]
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Can someone post a picture of these jelly bracelets so I know what to look for next time I go shopping. My gliders are picky about their bracelets, so far there is only one kind I have found in their pouch on a few occasions (one of those times it was two bracelets cool). So I know at least one of my babies is a tail carrier. The kind of bracelet that I did find in their pouch, I only have four of and the vendor I got them from is no longer in business and I haven't seen them around anywhere. They're very thin, and bumpy. I'm wondering if it was because they're lighter weight and thinking the jelly bracelet may be a hit.
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#1385918 - 01/21/15 08:31 PM Re: Jelly bracelets [Re: Coconut]
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Here's a link to them-
http://www.amazon.com/Neon-Jelly-Bracelets-144-pcs/dp/B001YHX45G

Did you ever have any problems with them chewing them or breaking the bracelets? I probably could find some made out of something non toxic, but I'm worried about a choking hazard? Like if they managed to nibble a piece off.

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#1385921 - 01/21/15 09:27 PM Re: Jelly bracelets [Re: Coconut]
Terry Offline
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Great, thanks.
I've not used those before. Maybe try them one day.


Edited by Terry (01/21/15 09:28 PM)
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#1385970 - 01/22/15 08:53 PM Re: Jelly bracelets [Re: Coconut]
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Be careful. I'm not ready to use them unsupervised. I'm not sure how safe they are.

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#1386375 - 02/03/15 07:45 PM Re: Jelly bracelets [Re: Coconut]
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Registered: 08/08/09
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I would suggest only using these supervised and not with sugs that like to chew. The plastic is more then likely toxic and could be a chocking hazard.
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#1386383 - 02/04/15 08:17 AM Re: Jelly bracelets [Re: TheLittleLadyBug]
Terry Offline
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Good to know, I'll stick with the hard plastics just in case them.
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