Kameleon jewelry is flexible and versatile. It can be dressed up or dressed down depending on what you need it to be. I was first introduced to the Kameleon line of jewelry a few weeks ago while out shopping with my daughter. She found it in a quaint little shop near our home. She immediately wanted a necklace so she could start her collection. I went ahead and purchased a very simple necklace and one charm or jewel pop to go with it. It will be something we can build on as she gets older. I now want to start my own collection and have asked for a necklace for my birthday.
Kameleon is a line of interchangeable sterling silver jewelry that reflects your individualism and sense of style. Take a look at what Kameleon has to offer.
What is Kameleon Jewelry?
The Kameleon system is very simple. The base of the jewelry includes either a sterling silver necklace, ring, earrings, bracelet, pendant, sunglasses, or pin. The small interchangeable piece is called a jewel pop. One can be popped out and a new one popped in. The system is designed so that you can wear any piece of Kameleon jewelry with any jewel pop.
This system is great as it allows you to mix and match many different jewel pops with two or three different bases.
Large Selection and Reasonable Prices
There are over 350 different jewel pops to choose from. Not all retailers will have all 350 but most will have a large variety. Amazon also has a very large selection to choose from. New designs are released twice a year in January and in July. Prices range from $21 - $350 for the jewelry base and jewel pops range from $29 - $54 depending on the type of stone.
How Does the Kameleon System Work?
The jewel pops seem as though they are magnetic but they are not. They system uses a rubber seal to secure the jewel pop in place. If the rubber seal were to ever wear out, you can get a new one from a Kameleon retailer or online.
Most people can use their fingers to change out the jewel pop. If not, there is a tool called a jewel cap that can be used to pop out the jewel pop. One will be given to you at the time of your purchase.
The jewel pops fit very snug in the base and will not come out.
Kameleon Jewelry and How It Works
Caring for Your Kameleon Jewelry
- Remove while doing housework or gardening.
- Keep away from makeup and hairspray.
- Take off before swimming in a pool since chlorine can damage many of the gemstones.
- Avoid direct sunlight.
- Do not use an ultra sonic cleaner. Buff clean with a silver cleaning cloth.