Special Offer! Abrams Thunderbolt Tank Magnetic Bracelet: Helps Pair Veterans With A Service Dog or Shelter Dog
There’s a quiet rumble as the ground begins to shake. In the distance, the horizon erupts in clouds of dust, announcing the arrival of rolling thunder. A puff of smoke. A flash. Incoming special telegram from Uncle Sam. It’s 120mm of birth certificate revoking high explosives – care of the M1A2 Abrams. We’ve created the Abrams Thunderbolt Tank Magnetic Bracelet in honor of this main battle tank beast. First seeing combat during the Iraq War, the Abrams tank traces its origins to the battlefields of WWII where its namesake, General Creighton Abrams, served as Commander of the 37th Tank Battalion – spearhead for General George S. Patton and the 4th Armored Division. The Abrams Thunderbolt Tank Magnetic Bracelet is fashioned after the tracks of the Abrams and features a thunderbolt on the clasp in honor of General Creighton’s WWII Sherman tank, which he named Thunderbolt.
Positioned on the back of the Abrams Thunderbolt Tank Magnetic Bracelet are 54 magnetic inserts in reference to the 54-ton weight of the original M1 Abrams. These therapeutic magnetic inserts help to promote circulation and overall well-being for a healthier life. But the Abrams Tank Magnetic Bracelet isn’t just good for the wearer, the sale of each bracelet also helps fund service and companion dogs for Veterans suffering from PTSD.
More important than what this item can do for you is what it does for veterans. For some vets, survival is an everyday struggle, whether they are struggling with physical injuries or PTSD. Getting a service dog can literally save their life, offering them a loving bond, lifesaving hope and assistance. This item helps fund service and companion dogs for veterans in need.
- Bonded Titanium 304 Stainless Steel
-54 magnets (on back of bracelet), 3000 gauss each magnet
Size & Measurements:
- Bracelet: 8 3/4" L x 7/8" W
- Removable links allow for sizing from smallest wrist size to 8 1/2”
- Size adjustment tool included: for instructions on how to remove bracelet links, see the instruction card included with bracelet or watch our video