$6.99 Dad Invented Interactive Magnetic Bands Form Chains From Hair Bands To Ankles Bracelets To Express Mood Of The Moment
Silicone wrist bands have been a craze for over a decade, starting with the yellow “Livestrong” bracelet inspired by cyclist Lance Armstrong. The newest twist to this concept, Mungi (pronounced moon-gee) Bands, has a magnetic appeal that’s becoming the new social networks for girls and boys. With designs and themes from rock star to butterflies, a magnetic click on the band connects it to another and another to allow kids to express their mood of the moment. Parents adore the $6.99 price tag that includes three colorful bands to design, collect and trade. The whimsical name, Mungi, is just meant to be fun. And fun is what kids have when they showcase their personality in the form of a headband, necklace, bracelet or anklet by connecting any or all of the three bands sold together in a themed pack.
Between my five kids, we have at least a hundred silicone bracelets in our home! They are always wearing 3-5 at a time and switch them our depending on their mood. When I showed them the Mungi Bands, they thought it was the coolest idea ever! My four youngest each picked out two designs, and then every couple of days they trade. They have worn the Mungi Bands almost everyday but they are still in great shape and none of them have broken! The magnets are just the right strength. They stay put when needed, but come apart easily when you pull directly apart. The unique designs make the bands stand out and can tell a lot about your child’s personality! My oldest love the guitar set, my girls loved the pink and black bow, and my youngest son loved the shark set! Besides just being bracelets, my kids have worn them as a necklace, around their ankles, and even in their hair around my girl’s ponytails! My kids are excited for their friends to get Mungi Bands so they can see new styles and trade bands! These would be great stocking stuffers, or birthday presents and I would recommend them to any kid who loves to show off their unique personality!
Mungi Bands can be purchased on here. They retail for $6.99 for a set of three bands. They are recommended for ages 8 and up, come in several different styles and are available in two sizes.
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