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What is permanent jewelry?

Our Lock'd specialist will custom fit and personalize a chain bracelet to your wrist using the welding method to securely link the bracelet into permannt jewelry. It will not have a clasp for removal. This process is quick, seamless and painless.

Is this welding method safe? Can it burn or shock me?

This process is completely safe! The spark is not harmful to your wrist or skin in any way.

How long does it take?

Each appointment should last 15-30 minutes. This includes your check-in, time to select chains and charms, custom fit, sanitize and zap. Please be advised if you do not have an appointment, we will accommodate you as fast as we can although we are not able to predict wait times or how many people will be in front of you in line when you arrive.

How many pieces can I get with one appointment?

We can weld up to 3 bracelets on the same person under 1 appointment slot. If you would like to get more than 3 pieces a second appointment is required.

What material do you use?

We use 14k solid gold and 14k gold filled chains and charms.

How long will my bracelet lats?

Bracelets typically last a long time. Your lifestyle will also determine the longevity of your jewelry. She to get wet, does not tarnish.

What happens if it breaks or gets lost?

Bracelets are securely welded on you and here are no issues with the chain on the day of your appointment. If enough pressure is applied to the chain or of it gets caught in something, the chain can break.

We offer repairs if bracelet has been inspected and determined repairable by a Lock'd specialist. Most repairs may require a small fee. If the integrity for the chain has been compromised then you will need to purchase a new chain. We do not offer replacements on broken or lost pieces. You will have to purchase a replacement.

What If I want to remove the bracelet?

Removing the bracelet does not require our assistance. You can cut the jump ring used to weld the cain together with a pair of scissors.

Is there anyone who should not undergo the permanent jewelry process?

Yes, if you have a pacemaker you should not undergo the welding procedure.

Do you host private events?

Yes! Plan your next event with us. Bachelorettes, Birthdays, Bridal showers, Pop-ups etc. Send us an email at with your desired date, location, time and number of participants.

Is permanent jewelry performed for minors?

Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian present and sign our minor consent waiver. Children must be at least 10 years old and be able to sit completely still during the process