Small rosaries, usually with one decade of Hail Mary beads, are often called "pocket rosaries" because they are easy to slip into a pocket or purse to keep a rosary close by. They are useful for shorter prayer times, and some can be used in place of a full rosary by going around the loop 5 or 7 times. "Tenners" are single decade rosaries laid out in a straight line, usually with a cross or crucifix at one end and a medal at the other. Some tenners have special meaning, such as the Irish Penal rosary. Small saints chaplets can be found here.