Morse code was one of the first forms of long distant communication invented by Samuel Morse in 1836. Morse code was vital during World War II, especially in carrying messages between the warships and the naval bases of the belligerents.
Morse code is longer than the alphabet. There is a 16 character limit in morse code on the front and back. There is a 14 character limit in morse code on the sides with holes. Each dot counts as a single character, each dash counts as a single character. Spaces count as a character.
★ Check out the Morse Code Chart before ordering.
1.5 inch pendant - 24 inch stainless box chain
Matte stainless steel bar
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Priority Shipping - 3 to 4 business days.
- UPS Ground - 3 to 10 business day
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Standard Shipping - 1 to 6 weeks - depending on your location.
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NECKLACES - Here is a chain size chart of an average built male so you can better judge the length of the necklace and where it will be placed on the body. All necklaces will have the length in the products description. You may request a custom length anywhere from 18 to 30 inches if available. Custom length items cannot be retuned/exchanged.
BRACELETS - The best way to measure your wrist is with a fabric tape measure. The measurement should be taken at the smallest part of the wrist between the hand and wrist bone. If you don't have a fabric tape measure, you can use string and a ruler. You will need to wrap the string around your wrist and measure it. After you measure it, cut it to the length you measured. Wrap it around again and make sure that it is a perfect (not loose) fit. If it is loose and overlaps, cut again and double check, then that is your final measurement.