Japan released titanium bracelets with the Nissan GT-R logoApril 3, 2020
The Japanese company Waki Print Pier, specializing in the creation of souvenir jewelry and various paraphernalia with automotive themes, has released titanium bracelets in honor of the Nissan GT-R.
Titanium was chosen as the material of the product, since it has high strength and is practically not subject to corrosion. It also makes parts for engines, exhaust systems and various components for the interior of the car. In addition, this metal is hypoallergenic, which will allow owners of a souvenir bracelet not to feel discomfort.
You can purchase bracelets with the Skyline GT-R or GT-R logos. The cost of a titanium souvenir is 9900 yen. In addition, the name of the owner or his car number can be engraved on the bracelet. You will have to pay another 3,300 yen for the inscription.
This is not the first Waki Print Pier product to be released in honor of the Nissan GT-R. Last year, the Japanese company developed a kitchen gadget that allows you to create the logo of the legendary sports car on toasts. And in February this year, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Nissan Skyline GT-R, the Japanese postal service released a set of commemorative stamps depicting the models and engines of the iconic car.
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