Black Dyneema Stirling Bracelet

STIRLING Black Dyneema Bracelet

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Material

Color

Size

17 centimetres, 19 centimetres, 21 centimetres

Description

Composite plates, personnel & vehicular armour. Our Stirling Collection bracelets are manufactured from the same synthetic fibres, providing an echo of strength and purpose wherever you venture.

Stirling bracelets include our insignia charm and hallmark clasp, and are complemented by a 2-inch sterling silver safety chain, providing a subtle touch of contrast to suit all occasions.

About the Name: Stirling

Stirling Collection bracelets receive their name from the inspiration of Stirling Lines, the home of the Special Air Service (SAS) which in turn takes its name from the founder of the SAS – Colonel David Stirling.

Renowned worldwide following the hostage rescue during the 1980 Iranian Embassy siege, the SAS are Britain’s Special Forces unit whose soldiers are tasked to the highest level to operate in the most difficult circumstances the world has to offer.

Care Instructions

To prevent your jewellery scratching and tarnishing, keep each piece in individual boxes or pouches and store them in a cool, dry place.

Most metals apart from titanium will see surface damage when they come into contact with chlorinated water. Therefore, it is important to remove jewellery before entering a swimming pool.

Keep all metals and gemstones away from harmful chemicals such as cleaning products and beauty products. The chemicals will dull the appearance of your jewellery.

 

Sterling silver

All sterling silver tarnishes (oxidises) over time but the process of oxidisation will happen faster when sterling silver is exposed to chemical compounds in the air, in liquids and on skin. Exposure to salty air and sea water will increase the rate of tarnishing as well as exposure to hot or humid conditions. Dry your item quickly if it comes into contact with liquids. Perfume, skin care products, chlorine and an acidic skin ph will have a similar impact on tarnishing.

To clean tarnish, gently scrub your sterling silver with a soft cloth or toothbrush and use diluted soapy water. Dry your jewellery thoroughly and them buff the sterling silver with a polishing cloth. Cleaning your items twice a year will help keep them in good condition.

Wearing silver/sterling silver jewellery is the best way of preventing tarnishing as it reduces the rate of oxidation, as long as the jewellery isn’t exposed to harmful compounds.

 

Leather cord

Leather bracelets can get worn over time depending on how often you wear them. They can also pick up dirt and liquids that stain. It is important to clean leather cord occasionally with a warm damp cloth. Avoid immersing the leather in water or using any chemicals when cleaning. Lastly dry the item thoroughly without using heat as this will damage the material. Leather creams are recommended for keeping your bracelet in the best condition.

 

Dyneema and Aramid

Dyneema and Aramid are strong, lightweight synthetic materials commonly used for military and aerospace projects. These materials will be significantly more resistant to wear and tear than other jewellery materials but remember they are not indestructible. If cleaning is required, use a warm damp cloth and diluted soapy water. Do not use detergent as soap particles will get trapped in the materials fibres.

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