As Seen On TV: EZ Clasp Review


    The Product: EZ Clasp

    The Promise: “The magnetic jewelry clasp that attaches to any necklace instantly!”

    The Total Price: 2 Silver EZ Clasps, 2 Gold EZ Clasp, 1 Silver EZ Clasp Extender, 1 Gold EZ Clasp Extender, and a bonus jewelry bag for a grand total of $25.90.



EZ Clasp Review


EZ Clasps are a new take on the classic magnetic jewelry clasps that have been around for several years. I initially wrote this product off until I realized that the EZ Clasp has a very handy point of difference from similar products.

Not only does it magnetically attach, making putting on and taking jewelry off easier; it also TWISTS TOGETHER after linking! So you get the benefit of easy to wear jewelry AND the peace of mind knowing that it won’t easily come apart while you go about your day!

The bonus offer of the silver and gold magnetic extenders were a nice touch, and the jewelry bag rounds things out quite nice to make this a good price value for the money.

All in all, I was satisfied with EZ Clasp and believe it will be useful for anyone who wants to make putting on and taking off jewelry a snap. If that happens to be you, be sure to do yourself a favor and click that big yellow box below to order YOUR EZ Clasp now!

EZ Clasp Commercial Review


The EZ Clasp TV ad was funny and entertaining to watch. (Be sure to listen real close every time they are showing the frustration shots of putting on jewelry. I swear it sounds like Napoleon Dynamite grunting and groaning in the background!) This had me cracking up each time they showed it! I’m not sure if it was intentional to make the noises so loud, but it was quite humorous just the same!

Apart from the funny noises, the EZ Clasp TV commercial did a good job explaining the product and it’s uses. The EZ clasp itself was the star, and they portrayed the simplicity of using it quite well.



2 comments

  1. Shane Trusty

    Just got done with my review for the EZ Clasp. Not sure if this was the intention or not, but the whiny groaning noise that comes on each time one of the ladies tries to put on a necklace is very reminiscent of Jon Heder as Napoleon Dynamite!

  2. Coco Moon

    sounded like sex noises at the beginning, sorry, had to say it

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