Undoubtedly, you have seen rubber bracelets being sported on the wrists of all sorts of people. The younger crowds love them, but they are not the only people that are enjoying the fashion trend of wearing their own choice of custom rubber bracelets. The silicone bracelets offered at many fundraisers carry inspirational messages. Other custom rubber bracelets serve as unique forms of advertisement by companies building their business. Custom rubber bracelets are even a favorite for family gatherings as party favors and for raising enthusiasm at sporting events.
Whether silicone wristbands come from fundraising, advertising, or special events, people like to wear them to express their thoughts of support or to make a statements by wearing these new phenomenon custom rubber bracelets.
Figuring out the various silicone wristbands styles.
Debossed silicone wristbands require a custom mold to be created that is manufactured with the desired design. The message is then molded into the silicone rubber of the wristband. Debossed bracelets are the most universally worn custom rubber bracelet. The need for a custom mold causes these to be just a tad more expensive if you are ordering a smaller quantity of the custom rubber bracelets.
Embossed silicone wristbands are not quite as common as debossed bracelets, although they do hold their own charm as a custom rubber bracelet. Embossed bracelets also feature the use of a custom made mold. The difference is that the message is raised up off the silicone bracelet rather than being imprinted down into the rubber. The price and turnaround time of embossed bracelets is comparable to debossed bracelets.
Printed silicone wristbands are created by first making a custom designed template. The template is placed over the rubber bracelet and the message is silk-screen printed with a special dye that penetrates the silicone wristband. A custom-made printed rubber bracelet is durable enough to last quite awhile without chipping or flaking. Since there is no extra expense of using a custom mold, printed rubber bracelets are usually less expensive and have a faster turnaround that debossed and embossed silicone bracelets.
Laser-Engraved silicone wristbands are created by use of a laser-engraving machine. Laser engraving is a form of the debossed style of finish. The exact specifications of the custom message and logo are laser-engraved onto a blank rubber bracelet. Laser-engraved custom rubber bracelets are becoming more widely popular. Without the need of a custom mold, laser-engraved bracelets have the benefit of quicker turnaround times at an affordable price.
Custom debossed silicone wristbands can also be color-filled, which provide an eye-catching contrast of colors. It is a bit more expensive, but will worth the price if you are looking to stand out in the crowd.
Along with the choices of several custom rubber bracelet styles, there are also a wide variety of colors and color combinations that are possible. Color has symbolic meaning, and color meaning often aids in the choice of rubber bracelets.
White is preferred color by most church groups to share their inspirational message. Blue is a favorite for sporting events and pink is used to bring about awareness of women’s health issues. Green is used to symbolize the donation of body organs, while red is used as a sign of AIDS awareness or support. Black is normally worn for formal reasons, such as with funerals.
There are plenty of choices of custom rubber bracelets, and really no way you could go wrong with such a plethora of selections. The best choice of a custom rubber bracelet is in the end, of course, always a matter of personal preference.
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