Stand with Ukraine - Blue and Yellow Wellness Bracelet
Finding the perfect fit for your bracelet is crucial for both comfort and style.
Here's a simple guide to help you measure your wrist circumference and determine your ideal bracelet size:
- Using a measuring tape, loosely measure the circumference of your wrist just below the wrist bone.
- Review the measurements and select the closest bracelet size for a comfortable fit.
Note: If you prefer a looser fit, you may want to opt for the larger size.
We recommend selecting our standard 'Gift Size' of approximately 21cm, which includes a re-sizing tool. Detailed instructions for re-sizing are available here.
Please be aware that only the 'Gift Size' option comes with a sizing tool. If you need a sizing tool or are uncertain of the size, we recommend adding the 'Optional Extra Sizing tool' to your order. Bracelets larger than 21cm are considered custom sizes and may incur an additional charge.
Certain bracelets are only offered in 2cm increments due to the approximate 2cm length of the links, and their sizes cannot be adjusted. If you require a size larger or smaller than those listed for other designs, please contact us directly.
Each bracelet is hand-assembled, which might lead to minor variations in length. Sizes may slightly differ by a few millimetres. If in doubt, consider opting for a slightly larger size and adding a sizing tool to your order for a customised fit
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Stand with Ukraine!
For every "Stand with Ukraine" Wellness bracelet sold we will donate 20% to Malteser International (The Order of Malta) to directly help the people of Ukraine.
"Malteser International expects a very high need for help for those fleeing the situation in Ukraine. Hundreds of thousands of people are already on the run, within the country and to neighboring states. We expect the number of people fleeing to increase further in the coming days. “The supply situation in Ukraine itself is becoming increasingly difficult. What is especially needed are everyday medicines, as well as cots, blankets, food, and cash to provide for the many people affected," says Oliver Hochedez, head of Malteser International's emergency relief department.
In close cooperation between Malteser International, Malteser Ukraine, and Malteser Germany, the relief organization provides mental health and psychological support for displaced people, and supports the poor, disadvantaged population with warm meals in their soup kitchens.
On Thursday, February 24th, an aid transport containing mobile soup kitchens and medical material has departed Malteser Germany and is on its way to the affected areas." *