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A challenge coin is a wonderful method to immortalize an event or a meaningful link, whether it's a symbol of memory or a signal of comradeship. The size of a challenge coin is often influenced by language, image, budget, and purpose.
Challenge coins are normally larger than monetary coins, yet they are small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and comfortably into a pocket or wallet. A 1.5 to 1.75-inch diameter is typical, with some services reaching up to 3.5 inches and beyond.
While designing a challenge coin, the first thing to consider is what purpose it will serve and what sort of design it will have. After these two parameters are in place, we may think about the size and other variables.
It all starts with a goal. What do you aim to celebrate with a challenge coin, and why do you desire one? Once you've determined this, consider the design you want to develop, such as a unit's logo or another significant emblem.
The design's complexity will influence the size options available to you. The more intricate the design, with finer features, the more difficult it will be to put onto a little coin. It will also make it more difficult for people to see what the coin commemorates. If your design is pretty simple, you will have access to all size possibilities.
This is a continuation of the preceding point. While an insignia can be easily recognized, even little, tiny lettering can make the challenge coin truly difficult to read. Ideally, you want your writing to be small enough to be visible without requiring a magnifying glass.
We recommend keeping the writing to a minimum, but if you require more, a slightly larger coin could be a good option. The good news is that our qualified professionals always do this, and they will be available to you for design and size advice.