Notch supporting PTSD UK

We’re excited to announce that NOTCH are supporting PTSD UK and have created a line of bespoke bracelets and ‘notches’ where 10% of all PTSD UK NOTCH sales are donated to PTSD UK!

NOTCH is an achievement bracelet designed for Notches (like charms, but different!). NOTCH Bracelets are made from durable sports cord or luxury napa leather and come in 170 different colour and clasp combinations. Integral to every bracelet is a unique stainless-steel clasp featuring two neodymium magnets, locking together with a super-strong snap. Once open, Notches slide smoothly over the clasp, and are held snugly in place by rubber spacers. Notches are made from brass, aluminium or stainless steel and are specially engraved with words or icons, representing a goal, milestone, or anything important in life – they can be really useful to remind yourself that ‘you’ve got this’ and you’re not alone.
You can choose notches in a choice of 12 colours featuring our PTSD UK phrases, or even fundraising events you may have take part in such as:
⚡️ Tomorrow CAN be a New Day
⚡️ Stronger than PTSD
⚡️ PTSD Warrior
⚡️ PTSD Survivor
⚡️ Dip a Day December Challenge
⚡️ Great North Run Finisher
⚡️ LLHM Finisher
⚡️ and many more!
Notches can be personalised too, with any words and over 350 icons. In fact, the only limit is your imagination and 25 characters of space! Engraved with your own words, Notches fit your NOTCH bracelet perfectly, telling your own unique story.
See the PTSD UK x NOTCH collection here:
PLUS their Black Friday sale (20% off site wide with code BLACKFRIDAY22 at checkout) runs until Monday night (28th November 2022) so now’s the perfect time to pick up your notches and support PTSD UK and tell your story!

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