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Offset Printed//Glossy finish As Low as $0.56

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Frequently asked questions

How long can I get my coins?

Normally, we need 7-16 working days for production. 3 days for delivery.

Can you replicate my logo and design exactly?

Yes, we are able to replicate just about any design. For the complicated design with many details and gradient colors, we can choose the printing coins style. Printing coins can 100% replicate your design.

Will I get a sample before production?

Before production, we will send you a digital proof. If you need any change for the design, our design will make an unlimited revision for you.

What is the cost to custom made the coins?

The price depends on quantity, coin size, coin color, coin style and other options you choose. As we have our own factory, you will save 30%+ if you order from us.

Do you have any guaranttee?

If you dislike our design, or there is some issue for the final product, or we can not deliver your order on time. We will 100% refund you.

What is a Challenge Coin?

If you’ve ever attended a military presentation you’ve probably seen soldiers being honored or awarded for their efforts and duties. Oftentimes they’ll be presented with a coin with a unique design on it – this, essentially is a challenge coin.
But, you must have so many questions.

What does it symbolize? And why did the soldier receive it? Are they only reserved for soldiers?

Let’s look into the details further around what it means exactly to receive a challenge coin and what they’re all about.

Who receives Challenge Coins?

Put simply, almost anybody can give or receive a challenge coin. It’s more about the reasoning and meaning behind the desire in giving them, rather than the who.

Challenge coins are small, palm-sized metal coins and do not necessarily always have to be perfectly round. The emblem or logo is embedded into the coin along with the associated colours, textures and design concept of the organisation in which it represents.

Wording, a person’s name and other features; basically, whatever you’d like, can be permanently engraved onto the coin depending on the nature of its representation.

The best things about these is that they are possibly the most highly customisable gift or award you could give someone. They can be constructed into all shapes, sizes and even items like bottle openers, keyrings and endless other options.

They are usually made out of brass, zinc or bronze while others can be made from real gold.

Sometimes these days challenge coins can be given out for corporate recognition or branding purposes. A company may opt to award a member for the efforts in the form of a badge (coin), with the company’s or business’s logo featuring on it as part of a branding strategy.

But why a coin? Why not a certificate or some other type of award?

That’s simple. Because:

1. Coins are a much more personalised gesture of recognising achievement, and
2. They’re more displayable, unique and visually intriguing to an audience or admirers.

A paper-form certificate or membership is extremely boring and is nowhere near as sentimental and personal as you could make a challenge coin.

Also, the main concept of a challenge coin is to create and strengthen team bonds, representing unity and exclusivity among a particular group.

For example, if you’re relatively new to an organisation and you know every member has a coin representing their commitment or loyalty, you’d feel much more respected and appreciated upon receipt of yours, wouldn’t you?

Especially more so than a print form of certification or membership.

But it’s also about pride and feeling a sense of self-establishment within a group dynamic as well.

Modern society and work culture doesn’t necessarily offer that same emotional connection and belongingness as it once did. Which is another beneficial reason to design the perfect challenge coin to mark that special event or milestone.

What do Challenge Coins represent

Although challenge coins generally represent a sense of membership to a particular group, they are also used to honour those who have attained insurmountable achievements.

These are usually military personnel, or a person involved in a heroic act or bravery-related field.

The coins are customised and personalised in design and are tailored to represent a specific event or accomplishment.

That’s why they’re great for special occasions like anniversaries or those one-time achievements and recognition periods. These could include an initiation or introductory event joining a team for the first time.

Traditionally, challenge coins were used strictly in the military. However, today they’re popular among a broad range of professions, groups, hobbyists and many other organisations across international industries.

Certain government agencies would also use them, with politicians offering the coins to people who have achieved a heroic status.

Emergency services and personnel also were once given challenge coins as commendation for their bravery.

Regular businesses are also starting to incorporate them into their everyday operations as an effective way of boosting staff morale and introducing goals and incentives for employees.

So, there you have it! By now you should have a firmer grasp and better understanding on what challenge coins are and what they represent.

The next time you see a challenge coin, or witness someone being presented with a one, you’ll know exactly what it is and the incredibly meaning and purpose behind them.

Whether you’re in the military, part of a team or a regular social club group, challenge coins can be the perfect gift to honour somebody close to you, so get out there and look for a good supplier today!

History and Rules of the Challenge Coin

While the challenge coin was initially introduced in the military, the tradition has lasted several decades now seeping into 21st-century society.

Although many may have received or witnessed them being presented today, our guess is that very few would know the historical background and rules associated with the challenge coin.

Let’s take a look at why they were used, where they originated from, and the etiquette that surrounds them.

Certain government agencies would also use them, with politicians offering the coins to people who have achieved heroic status.

Emergency services and personnel also were once given challenge coins as a commendation for their bravery.

Regular businesses are also starting to incorporate them into their everyday operations as an effective way of boosting staff morale and introducing goals and incentives for employees.

So, there you have it! By now you should have a firmer grasp and better understanding on what challenge coins are and what they represent.

The next time you see a challenge coin, or witness someone being presented with a one, you’ll know exactly what it is and the incredibly meaning and purpose behind them.

Whether you’re in the military, part of a team or a regular social club group, challenge coins can be the perfect gift to honour somebody close to you, so get out there and look for a good supplier today!

What were they used for?

Challenge coins were offered to members of special forces, units and military corps and organisations all around the world as a symbol of elitist military status. These would be recognised internationally although they would vary in achievement levels and criteria.

They were implemented as a professional method of recognition for those in the line of duty, awarded to soldiers who had achieved extraordinary service accomplishments.

Military personnel were known to accumulate quite a collection of challenge coins for all sorts of reasons over many years of service.

Challenge coins are quite versatile and are designed to be utilised and display anywhere including on your person.

Although many decades have passed since the very first idea of the challenge coin was created, the reasons for offering them remain quintessentially the same. There are four primary purposes of designing challenge coins which are:

o A confirmation symbol of permanent membership
o A gesture of recognition and loyalty
o To create and strengthen the bonds within a group dynamic
o To celebrate a milestone or other special event/achievement.

Rules of the Challenge Coin

With the concept of the challenge coin originating back to the Vietnam War, they are still a popular commemorative item today.

And along with this, the traditional ‘coin check’ or as some would call it ‘game’ that derived from these medallions remains an integral part of challenge coin culture.

There are stringent rules that are attached to the challenge coin game and that every coin holder should be familiar with.

Here’s how it works:

Throwing down a Coin Check

While there may be slightly different variations to each depending on the nature of the membership etc. However, there are 12 universally understood rules to the challenge.

1. The rules of the coin check or ‘challenge’ should be explained to all those who have been given a coin in advance of any challenge being initiated.

2. Coin holders must carry their coins at all times. A challenge can be announced anytime and anywhere – Holders are only permitted to take four steps to obtain their coin if it’s not on their person.

3. The challenger must announce how many drinks the challenger is for – whether that be a single drink or an entire round of drinks.

4. If the challenged person is unable to produce their coin immediately (or by taking a maximum of 4 steps to get it), they must purchase the stated numbers of drinks for those producing their coins.

5. If those challenged are able to all display their coins, the challenger must buy the drinks for everyone.

6. Never produce a coin or your own coin on behalf of someone who can’t produce theirs. Anyone in the group is allowed to examine the coin for validity purposes and must return it to the table immediately after.

7. If you’ve lost your coin, your are responsible for its replacement. If you are challenged and have misplaced your coin, you must buy the drinks for the rest of the group.

8. Carry the coin how a coin is supposed to be carried. Never use it as a necklace or other ornament.

9. Keep your coin safe at all times.

10. Never deface the coin.
11. If you are worthy enough to have received a coin, you must comply with these rules at all times.

12. There are no exceptions to any of these rules.

How to Practice Proper Military Challenge Coin Etiquette

Whether or not you have comprehensive knowledge on challenge coins, you’ve likely heard the term before or have seen them displayed or presented to someone unknowingly.

Either way, challenge coin owners possess these for a reason. They’ve been honoured for a remarkable achievement, hold membership in an elite group or are awarded to them for military-related accomplishments.

But having a challenge coin is only part of the ownership obligation.

There are also other important components of responsibility that one must learn in order to maintain integrity amongst other members and holders.

Put simply, these are Rules and Etiquette.

Let’s delve deeper into the proper use and ownership of the modern-day challenge coin.

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