Our shackle bracelets have an rectangle shaped bar that makes the bracelet adjustable by either 0.5 cm (in the case of all the Recycled, Waves, Captain and Trogir 4mm bracelets ) or 1 cm (in the case of all Adriatica, Seaman and the 5mm Trogir bracelets). So basically each of our shackle bracelets have two sizes.
That is why, when you look at our product pages you will see, for instance, size M (16.5-17 cm) - that means the bracelet is made with a smaller(4mm) shackle (and with 4mm rope) that is adjustable by 0.5 cm. Or you can see size M (18-19 cm) - in which case the bracelet is made with the bigger shackle (and with the 5mm rope) and it is adjustable by 1 cm.
We can also make on special order bracelets for sizes smaller than 15 cm or larger than 20 cm - and you can contact us on email for such custom orders, but please double check and make sure you have the right measurements (measure the WRIST and not the length of a watch or another bracelet you own, please see the explanations above!!!), because we do not accept returns for these custom made sizes!
Would you like to make your bracelet unique or would you like to buy one bracelet as a gift and make it special? You can now choose to engrave a short message (up to 10 characters, including emoji like heart, anchor etc.) on the top side of the metal adjust bar of the Recycled, Waves, Captain and Adriatica nautical bracelets.
IMPORTANT!!! Please make sure you choose the correct size (check the Size Guide page and follow the instructions!) when you order a custom engraved bracelet, because they are non returnable and non refundable!
HOW TO DO IT
When you are selecting the bracelet model and size, you now have an additional "Custom Engraving" option. Write the text that you want to be engraved, up to 10 characters long. The additional cost for this option is 7 Euros for Trogir, Istria and Adriatica shackle bracelets.
SAVE MARINE LIFE! Engrave your favourite marine animal (dolphin, sea turtle, shark, sea ray, whale) and we will donate the engraving price to the Blue World Institute in Croatia, to help preserve marine life in the Adriatic Sea. Read more here.