Official love bracelets reviews

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Rated with 1 star
David of Thousand Oaks, CA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 12,

A few years ago I bought my wife a Cartier bracelet and spent $6, on it. That bracelets lock in bracket recently broke off completely out of the blue. I went back to the store to explain and was hoping they would fix it. After many store visits and calls. They were no help whatsoever. The only solution they gave me was to spend an additional $4, to get it melted down and redone!! What kind of service is that? Total scam!! I will NEVER ever buy Cartier again and I am letting everyone know to never buy again. If you're considering Cartier, let this be a lesson to you. You would think that for the price you pay, you would get exceptional service - but sadly that is not the case.

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Julie of Glendale, CA Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: July 5,

I purchased a watch from South Coast Cartier and since I've had it, it has given me rashes. Even if I take it off every night. I suspect nickel, which is surprising for a luxury brand. Buyer beware. I've never had any issues with any other watches even when worn for months without removing.

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L of Houston, TX Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: June 27,

I wish I could give them negative stars for ruining my love of the Cartier brand! In a sentence, most degrading experience EVER! Now I understand why people of color should shop where they are appreciated, and not just tolerated. Let me start off by saying, I had a great sales experience with Kerry ** on 6/26/21 when I visited the River Oaks Houston location to purchase a love bracelet to add to my collection which I was going to stack with an existing Juste un Clou bracelet. She suggested a size up from my Juste un Clou because otherwise they would cross one other. Ok, she’s the professional. I went with her recommendation, completed the purchase, and left a happy camper. After wearing for about an hour, I noticed the screw on the side was cutting into my skin.

I returned today, 6/27/21 (less than 24 hours from the purchase), and was shocked to learn how rude and unhelpful the staff would be to a great customer! Customer service starts at the top….the director Kari **, refused to exchange for the correct size (which they did let me try on and it fit perfectly!) because my bracelet was “worn & had skin on it”. Yes, my ** skin was on it!! I asked her how I would know the size didn’t work without wearing it and showed her the proof of purchase from the day before. Despite the 30 day return/exchange policy noted on the receipt, she flat out refused to help me in any way.

I asked for a higher manager, and she gave me a sticky note with a customer service number on it, excused herself, and called HPD to have them escort us out of the store because she will not do anything further. Lesson learned to never do business with such a dishonest bigoted group of people again. All I wanted was the correct size, now I want my money back! If anyone reading this knows how to escalate further, please help! Beware of shopping at Cartier River Oaks Houston if you are a person of color.

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Nish of Saint Louis, MO Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: June 15,

I bought a surprise gift (a Cartier love bracelet) for my wife online through but accidentally ordered the wrong size. When bracelet arrived we opened the pack and could see that the bracelet was smaller than expected. We gently put the bracelet back in its original packing, got an RMA from customer service and immediately shipped it back. Later when we enquired about the exchange they said the bracelet had scratches and is being rebuffed and if we want an exchange we need to pay additional $ (60%)!!! My wife only tried it for 5 seconds and they are saying we scratched it!

I read another review here where someone received a scratched love bracelet! Which means Cartier’s quality check is questionable. I think they either sent me a scratched piece or scratched it when they received it or are just lying about it to make money. I thought Cartier is a reputed brand and they won’t do anything like this while buying online but I was terribly mistaken. I will never buy from Cartier online again.

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Alexander of Phoenix, AZ Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Feb. 15,

Ordered Trinity jewelry for Valentine's on February 3rd. Still hasn't arrived with nobody bothering to give me an update. This company does not understand online shopping or customer service. You'd think the CEO would make it a priority given it's Really sad because they make a great product. Word of advice, go to the store if you want to purchase from them. Do not buy online!

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Judit of Pasadena, CA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 13,

I made an appointment for a battery change of my watch that is working fine except for the dead battery. I was there 5 minutes before the appointment, but I had to wait 15 minutes in the scorching sun and another 15 minutes inside the store. The first employee was rude and unhelpful. The so called manager promised that they repair person will look at the watch, and the manager will call back within an hour with the results. She did not, so I went back to the store 2 minutes after closing. I had to ask security to find the person. I waited another 15 minutes front of the store when the manager called, pretending she did not know I was waiting there. Naturally the assessment was that my watch needed a $ service.

I called Cartier's HQ, and they referred me back to the store. Another manager called, and sent me a service estimate for the same amount, but did not address any of the issues that the previous manager mentioned. I told her that I don't want to get charged extra for the issues that were not mentioned in her estimate. Her response was that I won't be charged any extra over the estimate. I asked her to put it writing and send it to me in an email, but she refused to do so. I called Customer Service again where I got the runaround again. This is a so called luxury company that treats its customers like dirt. As for the watch; don't buy any of their watches because over the lifetime of the watch you'll re-buy the piece at least once or twice with their ridiculously expensive service.

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Massimiliano of Miami, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 9,

I bought a Cartier watch for my husband's 40th birthday: the Santos Dumont Blue LARGE for $ 3, through a Chicago dealer, whom has been extremely professional and provided great service. My husband opened the gift on July 30th , and although he was very happy with it, he could not wear it because the leather band was too small. I tried it on, I could close it but my blood would not circulate. I bought the large size, so I was surprised but thought it was a problem with an easy solution. I want to point out that we are both in good shape, fit and have an average wrist size, never had this issue before, I actually had to reduce my Rolex band because it was too big. The blue color of the leather was also different from the picture, more like a dark grey-blue-ish rather than the color in the website, but that's not what really matters.

I immediately contacted the dealer, who told me he would have requested a larger band. As of September 9th, not only we haven't received the larger band, but Cartier informed the dealer that it would take 5 more weeks. What is the point of spending almost $ for a watch you cannot wear? I'm honestly shocked that a brand such as Cartier doesn't have a stock of leather bands for watches here in the US where they have a pretty large distribution. They are blaming it on COVID, which is what lots of companies are doing to justify their poor service, like we don't know.

I'm in business too and I also import lots of products from all over the world, and not even if they would have had a man in Paris handcrafting the leather band it would have taken so long. I cannot return the watch because it's engraved so we are stuck with a brand new $ watch that is resting in a drawer and hasn't been used in over a month. Thank you Cartier for making my husband 40th birthday so special.

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Kate of Toronto, ON Verified Reviewer
Original review: Feb. 20,

I have had my Cartier watch for over 20 years. I usually go to Cartier to replace the battery with no problems. This time, when I went the bill came to $ for all these other items that needed attention. Ok, like I said it is an older watch, so maybe some things needed replacing. However, when I went to pick it up, the face was a shade darker and a little spotty. I immediately mentioned something as I noticed it right away.

So instead of recognizing that the customer was not happy, the assistant right away had to verify what the watch looked like prior to the work being done. Fair enough, but the abruptness and determination of her actions made me feel like a criminal. There was no trusting me on her part that I was making this up. Right away she had to pull up photos. It did not show this botching and dark spots. They did nothing about it and now every time I look at my watch, I think that I got scammed. But a high end retailer. Terrible service and no attempt to satisfy the customer.

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Vadim of Miami Beach, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 26,

Cartier ring "Love Wedding Band" for $+ gives me skin rashes/irritations on my fingers every time I wear it. Already had skin rashes about 8 times from this ring and they only go away after 5 days. I suspect that Cartier tries to save on costs and blends gold with cheap nickel because nickel is known to give skin irritations and allergic reactions.

I have purchased it in the Fall at Aventura Mall official Cartier store. After complaining and showing my skin, the staff working at Cartier did not agree to refund my money. They just promised to test it for other metals, but they have never contacted me back about the results!!! They said that they will email me the results in several days, but it has been more than 3 weeks already. I keep on changing the ring to wear it on different fingers, but this problem keeps on happening and I'm not the first one with it. I've read complains from people online as well. Hopefully, this review makes Cartier rethink about their reputation, but I'm never buying anything from this company AGAIN!

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Andrew of Other, Other Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 29,

Disgusting service from a so-called luxury brand. There was a problem with my £6k watch due to no fault of mine. The crown was loose and meant it failed to start once it hadn’t been warned for a while. Cartier refuses to accept responsibility for a watch that never worked properly despite it being under warranty. Disgraceful and avoid at all costs. I’ve now got a broken watch for £6k. There are so much better watch brands.



I’ve purchased bracelets for myself in the past, telling myself that I don’t need a heavy gold bangle like the Cartier Love Bracelet (which is marked up because of the name and icon status). And for awhile I was really happy with an antique art deco bracelet (pictured above) purchased from one of my favorite Etsy shops. Unfortunately I lost that one somewhere in Tahoe last year when the clasp failed (wah!).

So after a grueling month of grief cleaning and with some of my inheritance money, I impulsively purchased the Love Bracelet I wanted in Hawaii (not cheaper in Hawaii but at least sales tax is only 4%). And TBH I don’t regret it one bit. First of all, I got the small Love bracelet (the thinner one) because it’s not only cheaper but also easier to put on and remove by myself. The traditional (thicker) love bracelet has to be screwed in on both sides. And so you really are handcuffed-in since you need someone (ie your significant other) to unscrew it for you. But the small bracelet is hinged so you only need to unscrew one side, which can easily be done by yourself. I also love that the smaller bracelet is light and unobtrusive.

I also bought it because it’s something I know I can pass down to my daughter (whether she wants to keep it or hawk it, is of course up to her). But this will be something that’ll be part of my daily jewelry, something she’ll see me wearing as she grows up. And hopefully it will be meaningful for her. Also I bought it as a reminder to myself that life is short so you have to enjoy it while you can. I saw that my dad had saved all his money to enjoy at a later time (he planned to do a bunch of traveling), but sadly that never day came. He got hit by a car as a pedestrian two years ago (right when he was ready to travel), and it was a grueling recovery process that he never fully recovered from. Of course I’m not advocating spending all the money that you have just because life is short, but if you have a bit of an emergency fund, some investments, and no debt I think it’s fully ok to treat yourself once in awhile.

And lastly partially funded this purchase by selling my stainless steel Cartier tank watch (in the picture above) to Fashionphile. I hardly wore this silver watch anymore since I wear more gold jewelry these days. And I had already sold a Cartier Love Necklace I had earlier this year (the chain kept pinching and pulling out the hair on the back of my neck— that one wasn’t worth it IMO). So one Cartier in, two Cartier pieces out. That seems fair right? Also a bracelet I wear 24/7 is just a better value to me than a watch and necklace I wear once in awhile. And in case of fire, having something on me that I can evacuate with beats something I have to remember to pack and carry out with me.

Also if anyone is going to (symbolically) handcuff me, you better believe it’s going to be myself and not anyone else lol.

P.S. I also considered buying this used over at Fashionphile for the longest time (current selection here), but when I went into the store to determine which size I should get, I decided to let myself purchase it new. For reference, I’m a size 15 (which is the smallest available) and I comfortably wear bracelets with a circumference of inches. I still think the Cartier bracelets on Fashionphile are a great deal, especially if you can find one that has the certificate, case, and screwdriver. But there is something special about getting the red carpet treatment at Cartier’s and purchasing it brand new.

P.P.S. As a blogger/consumer concerned with ethics, I naturally was curious about the ethics behind Cartier. I’m glad to have found some good news about their sourcing of their gold and diamonds.

{December Update: So it’s been over a year since I’ve gotten this bracelet and I’ve only taken it off once (for surgery). But other than that I’ve been wearing it all day every day and I think it still looks great! Of course it has minor scratches due to normal wear and tear but I view that as more of a “patina” on the bracelet. So do I think it’s still worth it one year later? You betcha lol. So much so that I’ve recommended it to close friends (as a push present) and blog readers alike. I still think it’s a great “investment” that you can look at daily. Here is what the bracelet looks like now:

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Cartier LOVE bracelet review.

I am sure there are a lot of reviews on the Cartier Love bracelet. So I will just keep this short and sweet. This really is my personal take on the classic piece. 

The LOVE bangle wascreated by Italian jewellery designer, Aldo Cipullo in He was inspired by the idea of men locking up their wives in chastity belts to ensure they would remain faithful. I am not sure if the whole charity belt story was romantic but that is another topic for discussion.

So, this bracelet is really Cipullo’s metaphorical interpretation of loyalty for your loved one. The locking mechanism using a miniature screwdriver makes this bracelet unique, and many think it makes a perfect present for their other half.

My LOVE bracelet is in size 17 and yellow gold. Size 16 would fit my nicely too, but I wanted a more feminine look so I much prefer the bracelet to sit lower on my wrist. When I visited Cartier, the SA did try to persuade me to go for the smaller size, as the bangle is designed to fit quite snug, and you should not be able to turn the bangle around your wrist. Just like everything else, I think you should go for what feels right for you. SA are there to provide information, but only you know what works best for you. I am glad I went for the bigger size, it feels really comfortable.

Back to the locking mechanism, it simply doesn&#;t work for me. With my job, I can’t wear any jewellery apart from my wedding band. I did consider this before making the purchase, but I just stubbornly convinced myself that I would somehow make it work. Personally, I feel you really do need someone to give you a hand to tighten the bracelet (I guess that’s the whole point). While my husband is happy to help, it really can become quite a chore. Imagine wearing the bracelet every Friday night, and removing it for Monday morning. The amount of manoeuvre can really add to the scratches. I am usually not someone who worries about scratches on jewellery. Scratches tell a story about your jewellery and they do add to the character of the piece. However, I am more concerned about the wear and tear of the little screws within the bracelet.

My second issue is miniature screwdriver. If I wear the bracelet on a long holiday, I will make sure I bring the screwdriver. What if I need to remove the bracelet? What if the bracelet is loose on one end and not the other? What if I lose the screwdriver on holiday? Cartier does chargefor a replacement screw driver. The little thing is gold plated so a charge is not to be surprised at.

Please don’t get me wrong, I do love my Love bracelet. It looks stunning and would really compliment any outfits. If your lifestyles allow you to leave the bracelet on everyday, then it might be a perfect piece for you. I never really regret having one, that’s why it’s still in my collection. 



Cartier introduced the thinner band LOVE bracelets in This collection is designed with the aim to celebrate self-love and independence, it allows the bracelet to be fastened with no help from others. Instead of having to connect two separate parts of the bracelet together, the new Love is an one-piece bracelet. It basically features a hinge on one side, and and a turn lock on the other. You will still need a screwdriver to lock the bracelet, but overall, it’s supposed to be a friendlier mechanism. 

For folks who adore the classic LOVE but hesitate due to the closure design, the new LOVE might be just the solution. I managed to try the gorgeous new LOVE with 10 diamonds in Harrods. The thinner band has a more minimal yet elegant allure to it. Personally, I feel the dainty design makes them perfect for stacking. The new LOVE bracelets also come in full diamond pave, which really is a piece of ultimate luxury anyone will dream to have one day. 


Which is your favourite LOVE?

Thank you for reading. Have a nice day! xx

Cartier Love Bracelet after 5 years of use - Honest review

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