Recycled Bicycle Chain Menorah

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You’ve never seen an eco-friendly menorah quite like this one. Through innovative recycling, artisans of Noah’s Ark, an artisan group in Moradabad, India, fashion this unique menorah from recycled bicycle chain. The cost of metals has skyrocketed in recent years, which has had a devastating effect on the local economy and on the lives of metalworkers in Moradabad. Noah’s Ark has worked hard to train artisans in using alternative metals and materials.

  • Recycled bicycle chain
  • 8" L x 1.5" H
  • Handmade in India

Do not leave any lit menorahs unattended.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Captain C.
Cool and Practical gift

In the past, I’ve actually been away from home at Hanukkah and had to celebrate with a cheesy little Menorah that used birthday candles. This is a practical, meaningful and charming menorah for anyone who wants to celebrate and has limited space.

One of a kind wonderful menorah

Amazing, beautiful, unique menorah—wonderful for travel as well!!

outstanding--creative, upcycled, and well-made

My sons the cyclists loved this. I do too.

Sue F.
Bicycle chain menorah

It’s sometimes hard to find something for a teenage boy for Hanukkah . I gave this to my 16 year old grandson and he loves it . It would be perfect for any bike lover .

Meredith M.
Lovely menorahs!

I bought two of these, one for each of my kids (13 and 9). They loved these menorahs! They loved making all kinds of shapes with the brackets, and we all love that they are made from recycled materials.
My *only* complaint is that some Hanukah candles were too wide to fit into the holders.
Otherwise, an excellent product.