TUBINO

Linkable Jewelry

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Design your jewelry to suit your personal style. TUBINO makes it easy to create contemporary pieces that can morph from bracelets to necklaces to belts. There’s no limit to the combinations of these sleek tubes and elegant beads.

Crafted from soft, satiny rubber, TUBINO Linkable Jewelry has striking metal beads that serve as clasps. Join the beads together in a snap, mixing the wide range of colors to suit your mood or outfit. For more customization, resize the tubes with scissors and remove kinks with hot water.
Designed for everyone, even those with sensitive skin, TUBINO tubes are hypoallergenic and the clasps are nickel-free.

Makers Diane and Mauro Gennaretti are an Italian/American husband and wife team who bring affordable Italian design, quality, and craftsmanship to a discerning American audience. "Tubino" is Italian for “little black dress” and – like the LBD -- this versatile, change-as-you-go jewelry has what it takes to become a wardrobe essential.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Diane and Mauro
    Diane and Mauro

    Ciao!

    We are the founders of Italianissimo® and the creators of TUBINO, a colorful, modern, and versatile collection of linkable jewelry; and we are thrilled that The Grommet is sharing our story and best-selling TUBINO bracelets with you. We hope you enjoy our TUBINO bracelets and welcome any questions you may have.

  • Cheryl
    Cheryl
    11/6/2014 12:43 PM

    Interested in this product for gifts as too large for my 6 1/2 inches as says 8 1/2 inches, but wondering, "Crafted from soft, satiny rubber, " but description states non rubber? And hypoallergenic?

  • Kay
    Kay
    11/6/2014 12:46 PM

    @Cheryl You can cut it Cheryl!

  • kristan
    kristan – Grommet Team
    11/6/2014 1:07 PM

    Hi Cheryl, Kristan from The Grommet here.

    Thanks for your great questions. The TUBINO is latex-free and nickel-free, but it does contain synthetic rubber. Also, you can simply cut the TUBINO to the length that works for your wrist and snap it into place.

  • Karen
    Karen
    11/6/2014 12:43 PM

    I am so excited to find your product! I have a daughter that is very sensitive to nickel, and this will be perfect for her! She will love this for Christmas! Thank you!

    Quick question, as I haven't placed the order yet....how many pieces come in an order, and how many pieces do you suggest, to take it from a bracelet to a necklace?

  • Marcia
    Marcia
    11/6/2014 12:51 PM

    @Karen Hi Karen, Thanks for your question. We are offering one bracelet for $14 or 3 or more bracelets for $11 each. We think they look best stacked with 3 or more on a wrist. You can use 2 pieces for a shorter necklace and 3 for a longer necklace. There are a lot of great color combinations to choose from.

    Marcia @the grommet

  • Marcia
    Marcia
    11/6/2014 2:16 PM

    Looks like they may come off easily if caught in something and therefore lost?

  • kristan
    kristan – Grommet Team
    11/6/2014 2:30 PM

    Hi Marica,

    Thank you for bringing up this important point, for with any piece of jewelry, there is always the concern of "will I lose it?" But fear not. The TUBINO or "little tube" that the bracelet is comprised of firmly fits around the central bead's pin and requires both hands - and a reassuring amount of tension - to pull apart.

  • elizabeth
    elizabeth
    11/6/2014 4:01 PM

    @kristan So once I have the size i like for my tiny wrist, can I just push it over my hand and take it off without having to unhook it? Seems like if it takes two hands to attach it, how would you do that once it's on your wrist?

  • Marcia
    Marcia
    11/6/2014 4:43 PM

    @elizabeth Hi Elizabeth, I have small wrists as well and I like to just roll the TUBINO off my wrist BUT I like to wear my bracelets a little big rather than hugging my wrist. I have also taken the TUBINO apart and I have found them easy to put back on. It's really a personal preference.

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