179,00 kr inkl. mva
«Every year, millions of pounds of plastic and trash enter the ocean creating a dangerous and even deadly environment for some of the world’s largest and most endangered creatures; the whales. At 4Ocean, we are on a mission to help stop this from happening. That is why we are on the water 7 days a week removing plastic, trash and debris from the ocean and coastlines.
Ocean plastic is a huge danger to whales because they can easily become entangled in it causing bodily harm or they may even eat it, mistaking it for food. In both cases, it can become fatal. So, for the month of May, we have partnered with Whale and Dolphin Conservation to raise global awareness of this growing problem and to help combat the issue first hand through our cleanups.
Every Whale bracelet sold removes one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines with the hope being that we can remove these dangerous items before they ever make it into whale habitat. This in turn helps to further the WDC’s mission of campaigning, conservation and education efforts around the world to keep whales safe and free.
Purchase and proudly wear your Limited Edition Whale Bracelet and spread the word so that we can all take responsibility toward a more sustainable future for the planet and for whales! You can help make even more of a difference by thinking about your lifestyle and taking the opportunity to reduce, reuse and recycle wherever you can.
This bracelet represents your support.»
«By purchasing this Whales blue and purple bracelet, you will remove one pound (half a kilo) of trash from the ocean and coastlines, as well as supports whales in partnership with Whale and Dolphin Conservation.»
* Unisex design – blue and purple
* Adjustable from 2-5” (approx. 5cm – 13cm) in diameter
* Stainless steel 4Ocean charm
* 1 pound of trash will be removed from the ocean and coastlines
* Made from 100% recycled materials and is 100% waterproof
** Ekstra i tillegg til støtten til 4Ocean: all overskudd (ca 45,-) fra salget blir gitt til Greenpeace Norge (135,- opptjent – 0,- sendt per 11.11.2018)