How much does Kandi beads cost?

What are the beads used in Kandi called?

Kandi is the small bracelets made of pony beads or stones that people trade at different music festivals and events.

What are Kandi beads?

What exactly is Kandi? Kandi are bracelets people trade at EDM shows and festivals. It is most common in the U.S.A. and the practice has been around for decades. The bracelets are commonly made out of plastic Pony beads on a stretchy elastic band, usually with a phrase added with letter beads.

What is the standard size of pony beads?

The most common size of pony beads is 6x9mm size and has a hole that is about 4mm. These large hole craft beads will work with many types of cording and string such elastic cording, Stretch Magic stretch cord, leather, suede, gossamer stretch cord, flexible beading wire, and monofilament.

Why is it called Kandi?

Kandi bracelets were first made and worn by drug dealers in the early 1990s. Drug dealers would go to raves hiding drugs like ecstasy and LSD on them and wear an arm-full of these bright bracelets so that other ravers could identify them and buy some of their product.

What Kandi means?

Also known as kandi, these bracelets that we trade at festivals with friends or with strangers we cross paths with at events, symbolizes the moment that we connected with someone else.

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