Ghost Net Bracelet

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Ghost Net Bracelet

Ghost Net Bracelet

4.9
Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars
629 Reviews
Purchasing this product pulls 5 pounds of trash from the ocean
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$29 USD

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  • 100% 4ocean-recovered ghost net inside bezel
  • 100% plant-based epoxy resin inside bezel
  • 100% recycled 4ocean Plastic cord
  • 100% recycled stainless steel bezel and charm
  • Handcrafted on the tropical island of Bali by local artisans
  • Unisex, waterproof, adjustable from 7 to 13 in. (18 to 33 cm)
  • Recycled material content verified by GreenCircle Certified
  • Guilt-free shipping is carbon neutral and plastic free
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    KILLERS TO COLLECTORS:

    Repurposing Abandoned Fishing Nets

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    2/27/24 Update:

    As our Ocean Team conducted a routine cleanup, they saw a dolphin about 3 and a half feet in size struggling on the water's surface. They approached and discovered that the dolphin's snout was entangled in an abandoned fishing net.

    Every year, over 300,00 dolphins, whales, and porpoises get killed by ghost nets and plastic pollution. Drifting fishing gear left in the ocean creates a labyrinth that drowns and injures marine mammals. This disturbance reportedly affects the behavior and reproduction of cetaceans, causing long-term negative impacts on their population's survival.

    As bycatch continues to endanger the lives of sea animals in East Java, 4ocean's Bali team came up with a brilliant idea to repurpose ghost nets into a trash collector. Our team retrieved discarded fishing nets, repaired them, and added buoys so they could install them in the water.

    The repurposed buoys extend in a line across rivers, stopping floating plastic debris on its way to the ocean. 

    Learn more → 

    Ghost Nets: The Silent Killers in Our Oceans

    Abandoned, lost, and discarded fishing gear, called ALDFG or “ghost gear” for short, is the deadliest type of plastic pollution in our oceans today—and human intervention is the only way to get them out. 

    Made with actual pieces of ghost net recovered by our professional, full-time captains and crews, the 4ocean Ghost Net Awareness Bracelet funds the removal of ghost gear from our oceans and helps raise awareness about its impacts on marine life.

    Learn more → 

    Handcrafted in Guatemala by local artisans

    By purchasing this bracelet, you’re doing more than cleaning the ocean. You’re also helping to empower women and children who are living in communities impacted by plastic pollution and poverty.

    4.9
    Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars
    Based on 629 reviews
    629 reviews
    • ST
      Shannon T.
      Verified Buyer
      2 days ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      Might be my favorites

      I love them. I gifted two to my grandkids and they loved them too.

      Thanks for the good work you do❣️

    • PM
      Peggy M.
      Verified Buyer
      2 days ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      nice looking bracelet

      nice looking bracelet

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      Joyce W.
      Verified Buyer
      3 days ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      Wonderful reminder of the great work 4Ocean has done & has continued to do ! Please help them & Our World !

      Lovely and a simple reminder of ongoing work being done by this organization!

    • SK
      Sandy K.
      Verified Buyer
      3 days ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      Beautiful quality and design.

      I bought two, one for my daughter and one for myself to wear on our cruise in October.

    • CB
      christopher b.
      Verified Buyer
      3 days ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      Love the products

      Love the bracelets. I wear three at a time. They are attractive and a constant reminder of the need to address care of the oceans. I'm proud to wear them!

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