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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Lokai Bracelet


When I came across the  Lokai bracelet and read the story behind it I thought it was a really cool idea and definitely wanted to see it. I was lucky enough to have one sent to be for review.
There are two special beads on the bracelet. One is white and has water from Mount Everest and the black bead has mud from the Dead Sea.


The bracelet its self is very basic, clear white and then the one regular white bead and the one black bead. I really like the simplicity of it and it pretty much goes with whatever you are wearing.


My daughter noticed it right away after I put it on and even wanted to wear it for a few days, which I let her.
Meaning of lokai
The name lokai was inspired by the Hawaiian word Lokahi meaning unity and to blend opposites. Lokai is our unique pursuit to find balance.
Each bead has its own meaning:

The Black Bead – Stay Hopeful

Sitting directly opposite its white counterpart, the black bead holds mud from the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, signifying the difficult moments you experience throughout life.
Even through life’s lowest moments, stay hopeful.

The Clear Beads – Keep Moving

The clear silicone beads represent that everyone has their own story. While life has its highs and lows, every point in-between is just as meaningful – these points make up the fabric of your own story. The clear beads remind us that clarity is key in times of joy and sadness. 

The White Bead – Stay Humble

Carrying water from Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth, the white bead represents life’s highest moments. Sourced by Sherpas who are native to the landmark, the water is infused into the silicone mixture and then injected into the silicone ball itself. This ensures water is always in the bead, as the material is porous and would otherwise evaporate. 
It’s those times when you’re feeling on top of the world, that it’s most important to stay humble.


One of the coolest things about the company is that 100% of the proceeds are dedicated to giving back to the community through different charities. How many companies can say that these days?
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One lucky winner will receive their own bracelet. Entries are below for your chance to win. 


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18 comments:

  1. The site has the coolest photo of a split scene of mt Everest and the Dead Sea

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  2. It's a really cool idea to have elements from the lowest and highest places on Earth. I also like that they give back to charity.

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  3. The whole idea behind the bracelet is so neat - it's jewelery that means something! And I didn't realize that the Dead Sea was the lowest point on earth...

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  4. I have too say a great site with cool photos this bracelet pretty cool indeed too own I believe

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  5. love that they give to charity

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  6. the elements from low and high places

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  7. I love the meaning of the beads and how they are brought together.

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  8. I love that they donate proceeds to charity!

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  9. Jewlery with a purpose or real special meaning! I love it!

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  10. I like the bracelet reminds us to stay balanced.

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  11. I love the story about his grandfather and the reminder to stay balanced.

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  12. I love that each bead has a special meaning to it, and it's not just any ordinary bead.

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  13. I love that they give back to charity, and there is a story with the bracelet, instead of just as an adornment.

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  14. i like that The bracelet is infused with elements sourced from the highest and lowest points on Earth

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  15. they have elements from the highest and lowest points on earth

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  16. I like the fact that it has elements that are found from the lowest points and the highest points of the earth...
    It must help the person who wears it to be balanced.

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  17. I love the purpose behind the beads and where they came from plus giving to charity. Everything combined together.

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  18. I love the story of Lokai. The part about the Dead Sea mud and the water from MT Everest. I think it would serve as a visual reminder to strive for balance in our life.

    april yedinak

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