April 1, 2019 – Vernon Hills, IL – Remke Industries, widely known for their superior selection of cord grips, cable connectors and molded cord set solutions has announced it will now be carrying a line of strain relief jewelry and accessories. The new line features strain relief bracelets, earrings, rings and necklaces all designed to reduce stress and dress up any outfit.
Since 1963, Remke Industries has been dedicated to producing the highest quality electrical and data connection solutions. This new addition to their product lineup expands their business from electrical distributors to retail outlets such as Barney’s, Saks 5th Avenue, Tiffany’s and other high-end jewelry outlets. Of course, the new jewelry line will also be available at Remke’s traditional electrical distributors.
Remke’s new line of anxiety relieving strain relief jewelry comes in a variety of styles and materials. The most popular line is the aluminum for its light weight and shiny appearance. Stainless steel is also making a good showing this season due to its polished look and ability to resist chemicals and harsh conditions. Of course, the traditional mainstays are steel and nickel-plated aluminum, with anodized versions coming on fast for wearers who want a little color in their accessories this Spring. For those looking for something a little different, both nylon and Valox are available.
The new strain relief jewelry line is designed to relieve stress from the moment a wearer places it on their wrist or neck. The designers felt that women today have a lot more stress and saw the opportunity to design a line of jewelry and accessories that would help them reduce their anxiety and tension. Many wearers have reported they feel a total transformation, “an almost zen-like” serenity upon adorning themselves with the Remke baubles.
“I felt transformed” remarked one recent wearer. “I feel the stress just wash away the minute I put my bracelet on.”
The new line is taking the runways in New York and Paris by storm as other electrical connector manufacturers try to keep up with demand. It is widely reported that there are plans in the works to incorporate strain relief into everyday wear such as socks and underwear. Manufacturers such as Remke have been relieving strain on electrical connections for years, so why not apply the same technology to wearables.
Strain relief is becoming a trend not only in jewelry, but in shoes as well. It is reported that Nike, in the wake of the tragic Zion Williamson shoe disaster, is considering placing strain relief in their shoes to reduce the chances of another tragic blowout.
Look for Remke strain relief jewelry to arrive on your favorite distributors’ and retailers’ shelves soon. Unfortunately, no advance orders are being taken.