Slava Ukraini Recycled Russian Tank Keychain with Ukrainian Flag


Introducing our Slava Ukraini Recycled Russian Tank Keychain with Ukraine Flag! Show off your love for Ukraine with this unique and eye-catching keychain. Handcrafted from recycled materials, this mini Russian tank design is both eco-friendly and stylish. The vibrant Ukraine flag colors add a patriotic touch to this one-of-a-kind accessory. Perfect for holding your keys or as a statement piece on your bag, this keychain is sure to spark conversations and showcase your pride. Grab one today and carry a piece of Ukrainian history with you wherever you go! Slava Ukraini!

- Design: brutal minimalism (so many people around the world like it)
- Absolutely safe, does not cause allergic reactions.
- In the engraving process, we use a special laser designed exclusively for high-precision engraving on metal. Thus, we are able to get a better picture and make it more pronounced.

Steel Plate: 1.57x0.24x0.24 inch (40x6x6 mm). The thickness of the steel plate may vary, depending on the place where it was cut from (no more than 0.5 mm).


  • material: high quality processed Armored Steel (Hardness 33.2 HRC)
  • thickness: 0.24 inch (6 mm)
  • weight: 10 g / 0.35 oz coins

Made by natives of Bucha

In memory of our brothers and sisters

The main feature of this coin is that it was made directly by the participants of this tragedy. We are the natives of Bucha, two friends who suffered during the occupation of our city. We developed the design of the coin and brought our idea to life. A little later, got very excited about this idea, we decided to make 4 types of coins with different coatings and create unique cases for them. Cases are also designed and created by us, and every coin has a case.


This is the Сoat of Arms of our Bucha. It represents the family tree of Bucha with strong roots, that arose from merging four towns, which were scattered around the railway station the symbol of development and progress. There are oak leaves around the crest, as a symbol of indomitable spirit, wisdom and strength of Ukrainians.
The Сoat of Arms is surmounted by the crown as a symbol of the aristocratic origin of the city. For the first time, the possession of these lands by the Polish nobleman Lyasoti was mentioned in 1630, where people lived and worked for the well-being of the inhabitants of their native city for many years.


This side of the coin contains three main symbols that the inhabitants of Bucha will be remembered for years to come:

  • our church as a symbol of hope that nobody will forget the many victims who were our neighbors and were buried in the backyard of the church;
  • bicycle, as a symbol of a senseless cruelty, when a man was killed while riding his bike home;
  • growing tree, as a symbol of new life, a symbol of hope and faith that everything was not in vain, that life will become better and in the future all people all over the world will live without violence.