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This article covers the recurring armor and Accessory type known as Armlets. For the page that covers Rings as an Accessory, see Rings.

Armlets (腕輪, Udewa?), Bracers (ブレイサー, Bureisā?), and Bangles, are a recurring type of armguards in the series, which also appear as accessories in some titles. They are often used by melee and magical-based jobs that cannot equip their counterpart, the gauntlets, like the Monk, the White Mage, and the Black Mage. Examples of recurring armlets in the series are the Power Armlet, Silver Armlet, and Mythril Armlet.


Final FantasyEdit


Armlets are a type of body armor that can be equipped by classes who cannot equip heavier armor which are lighter and do not reduce Evasion.

List of armlets:

Final Fantasy IIEdit


The Power Armlet and Bracers can be found.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit


Bracers can be equipped by magic-based jobs and provide magical bonuses to the wearer.

List of bracers:

Final Fantasy IVEdit


Armlets and rings can be equipped by most characters, though the melee characters that can only equip a limited number of these. Edge and Yang can also equip some armlets exclusively. Also, in the GBA remake, some new armlets that can be obtained in the bonus dungeon, the Lunar Ruins, can grant some special abilities to the wearer.

List of armlets:

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit


Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit


Final Fantasy VEdit


Armlets are accessories and have a wide range of effects.

List of armlets:

Final Fantasy VIIEdit


All armor appears as a sort of armlet or bangles, with or without Materia slots. In addition, some rings can be also equipped by the party as accessories, usually with effects related to elemental and status ailment resistance or induction. Also, the Power Wrist is the only armlet that is an accessory.

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Final Fantasy IXEdit


FFIX Armlet Icon Armlets are a type of armor used by most party members, with the exclusion of Freya and Steiner, who wear gauntlets instead.

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Final Fantasy XEdit


Lulu, Kimahri, and Auron use bangles, armlets, or bracers as armor.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit


Final Fantasy XIEdit


A subcategory of the "hands" line of equipment.

List of "hands":

  • Assassin's Armlets
  • Hecatomb Mittens
  • Sha'ir Gages
  • Wonder Mitts
  • Gigas Bracelets
  • Palmer's Bangles
  • Enkelado's Bracelets
  • Magus Bazubands
  • Pallas' Bracelets
  • Alkyoneus' Bracelets
  • Mahatma Cuffs
  • Summoner's Bracers
  • Valkyrie's Cuffs

Final Fantasy XIIEdit


Armlets are types of accessories that can be equipped by all characters except guests.

List of armlets:

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

FFXIIRW Penelo can equip different types of armlets/bracelets.

List of armlets:

  • Wayfarer's Bracelet - No support ability.
  • Argyle Armlet - Increases group's Mind by 10%.
  • Corsage Bracelet - Grants group immunity to Silence.
  • Protective Armlet - Gives Regen to the group.
  • Healing Armlet - Increases potency of healing magicks on group by 20%.
  • Rune Armlet - Increases duration of dance abilities by 25%.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit


Armlets appear as accessories, and can be equipped by every job.

List of armlets:

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit


Armlets appear as accessories, and can be equipped by any job.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit


Armlets appear as accessories, and can be equipped by any job. Unlike the previous game, some accessories teach abilities as well.

Bravely DefaultEdit


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