I NEED to fix it,
Since it's rubber, you can melt it back together as everyone is saying. But it will be messy and difficult and may not work depending on the quality of this bracelet.
You should take it to a mechanics workshop or something, and ask them if they could spare a minute to either super-glue, solder, or fire it back together for you.
They know how their machines work and have been trained in using them. It's safer this way, and you will get a better result than if you were to do it with say, a lighter, at home.
Get some rubber cement or an adhesive that is made to repair rubber.
Apply the adhesive, and firmly press the two ends together holding for a few seconds. Then, put a clothes pin on the broken area to keep the two ends in place while the glue dries.
Wait a few hours up to a day for the adhesive to dry. The adhesive should say about how long it takes to dry.
if its rubber you can heated it... using a blow torch or a flame from a cooker for a few mins and then let the two ends of the melted plastic join... i did it last september as an engineering project and it worked! make sure to wear safety gloves and have a heatproof mat at hand
o ok well then like I said it can be melted together with a sodering iron, lighter, regular iron, stove top (be very careful), and high heat should be enought to melt it then just place the ends together and douse in water to "tempor" the melt it should hold
ok easiest way goto the store and buy elmers rubber cement. put a little on each side and place together then put a clothes pin on thereto hold it together let it sit over night.
a lighter also works but you will end up with burnt marcks it might be better to justbuy a new one because of how cheap they are.
it doesnt matter how much it cost, i need to fix THIS one. i cant just buy another one.
you can use a sodering iron, just put the ends together ans melt them together.
I dont know how to do any of this :'( omg am freaking out :'( :'(
Celotape may the quickest way, might make it look kinda funky to.
I know that was the easiest of the answerS provided
to get rid of marks simply freeze for 24 hours :)
Because everyone owns a sodering iron.
That was my answer. :/
Thank you, bud. :)
any high heat*