Bering - Old Skipper
Bering - Old Skipper
Bering - Old Skipper
Bering - Old Skipper
Bering - Old Skipper
Bering - Old Skipper

Bering

NRBK-3013A
Regular price
$ 49.00 USD
Sale price
$ 40.99 USD


Story

If you haven't heard of anything named by Vitus Bering, we probably don't live on the same planet. Vitus Bering was born in mid 17th century in Denmark and he was a captain in the Russian Navy.

Famous for his northern expeditions, he influenced very much in the field of cartography. He sailed through space between today's USA and Russia which is now called Bering Strait where borders of these two countries are just 35km (22.7 miles) apart.

Today we have Bering Glacier, Bering Land Bridge and Bering Island, a place where Vitus Bering passed away on 19th December 1741.

Imagine Bering holding onto the ropes and enjoying the new scenery. Well, you can have a bracelet made with that type of ropes around your wrist...but only if you're strong, disciplined person like he was.

Will get you compliments for sure!

Product Details

    • Made of genuine nautical rope + stainless steel
    • Can be easily attached to the wrist
    • Unisex (but pick your correct size)
    • Weight: 1-1.4 oz/ 30-40 grams
    • Handmade
    • Manufactured in Europe
    • 25-year warranty

Sizing

You want this bracelet to fit you perfectly, right? You don't want it to be too loose or too tight. You don't want to return it and wait for a replacement. Neither do we!

So please, PLEASE measure your wrist (not your watch, not your cuff) as explained here (click here) and pick your correct size the first time so you can have a PERFECT fit! 

 Size Wrist size (inch) Wrist size (cm)
XS 5.9 15
S 6.3 16
M 6.7 17
L 7 18
XL 7.5 19
2XL 7.9 20
3XL 8.2 21
4XL 8.7

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Shipping

Please bear in mind that our products are manufactured and sent from our workshop in Europe and it may take 10 to 20 days to get to you!

Shipping times:
Europe: 3 to 12 business days (depending on the country)
USA & Canada: 10 to 20 business days
Rest of the World: 10 to 30 business days