As for my experience with your bracelet... I love mine and wear it all the time! Even when it's the weekend, even when I'm on vacation, even when I am in the shower, and even while I'm sleeping. At my age, I really worry about losing it, so I just keep it on me all the time! I tell people about this often when I'm talking to them about your bracelet option.
I think the thing I like most is how elegant of a solution it is. Maybe this is less of an issue for some people but I typically wear an assortment of dresses, skirts, pants, etc which means I don't really have the ability to clip a pass to clothes everyday (no pockets, no waistband, etc). Because of this, I always wore my pass as a lanyard but even that is an inelegant solution - I had to knot it to the right height so that it didn't fall in to everything, when I would walk from the train stop to the building it would fly around in my face and it always looked a little strange to see the top part of it on the many video calls I am on. Additionally, these solutions often require an auto-retracting leash to make the RFID at the right height for sensors and they aren't the most robust - my colleague has had to replace the auto-retracting leash on his pass twice already and it's only been 6 months!
I actually went in with a couple of concerns - I don't typically wear bracelets/watches on my right wrist because I was afraid of it impeding my writing/typing/etc. However, the smooth, low-profile design has made it virtually unnoticeable and the few configurations where it feels in the way, a simple 180 flip so the opening is on the opposite side and it's back to being unnoticeable. I am also generally rough on my belongings - I am the person who watch screen protectors were designed for as I bump into everything and I store my bracelet in a small pocket on my backpack when I am not wearing it (so I can't forget it at home). Despite the abuse, I haven't seen any scratches, cracks or bends. The fact that I can go about my day without worrying about scuffing it (which I can't say about some of my shoes) is amazing.
When you think about the number of hours you want your work pass attached to you, it's clear you need a low-maintenance, elegant, out-of-the-way solution.
Now if only you made these work with house locks so I couldn't forget my keys :)
Let me know if you figure out how to make one that holds hair ties - would be happy to beta test it and be your first customer!
Thank you for my bracelet key, I've really been enjoying it, far more than I thought I would. At first, as you may recall, I said, "I'm just not a person who wears jewelry" but you convinced me to give it a try and I'm glad I did. It's extremely convenient, compared to fishing a card out of my pocket.