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My Moving Comfort Maia bras weren't fitting quite right, and I am past the time-frame of returning them. It would appear that my back is now narrower; however, my cup size did not change. My solution? Instead of spending hundreds of dollars to replace "five" Maia bras, I elected to use this bra extender by sewing it into the bra back-strap thus creating additional hooks that I could "tighten" my circumference band with. And, you know what, it worked!! I am sooo happy that I was able to purchase this bra extender and use it to solve my issue. Considering that I only needed to drop down from a 36 to a 34, this worked out. I realize this is not the reason most people buy a bra extender, but I thought it couldn't hurt to share my situation and solution.
Firstly, I purchased the set of three extenders with three rows of three hooks. The description specifies that these hooks have 1/2" spacing. Other quantities or sizes say they are spaced differently.
Other extenders I have tried do not fit the hook spacing on my Victoria's Secret bras, which are pretty much all I wear. The cup size with a 36 band fits me perfectly, but going up a band size is too big, and going up a band size but down a cup size is too small. My strategy thus far has been enduring some discomfort til the band stretches, but I'm getting sick of that, so I started searching for extenders. After several disappointments, I bought these specifically because they were spaced more closely, and they work perfectly. I will be buying more.