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Necklaces share an ancillary law of physics: when two or more necklaces co-exist inside the same container, they must tangle. Whether you store your necklaces hooked or unhooked or put them as far apart as you can inside said container, they will, upon opening it, be wrapped around each other. Sometimes, for fun, they even form knots.
Anna Kazanchan, the inventor, tired of dealing with this natural phenomenon, created her own solution: the Necklace Saver.
In hand, the invention looks so simple that you wish you had thought of that. (Most good inventions have that effect.) All you need do is slip your necklace through the cloth and the clasp it – it’s excellent for travel especially. You also live free of necklace entanglements! Cost runs $9-10 each, with a choice of a 22 inch or 30 inch fit for your necklace. You can order online at Bead City.