Nobody wants to wear a medical alert bracelet, but many of us have to. Luckily over the years, medical bracelets have become way more fashionable. In fact, they’ve evolved so much that most would not realize you were even wearing one. They will just think you are wearing a cute bracelet.
When selecting a medical bracelet it is important that you include your medical condition or allergy, as well as your name and/or an emergency contact phone number.
Any life-threatening condition calls for serious consideration of wearing some sort of medical id. Example conditions that benefit from using a medical bracelet are
Here are some of our favorite stylish medical alert bracelets.
We love this bracelet available on Etsy in three sizes because of its petite, feminine look. One side of this bangle is permanently clamped onto the ID while the other side is an open hook, allowing easy access for someone to see the engraving on the back of the ID. This gold plated medical alert bracelet is made to stand up to everyday wear, but should not be worn in chlorinated water. Included in the purchase price is customizable engraving. You can include 3 lines of 18 characters per line including spaces.
We love this Urban rose gold alert bracelet by Lauren’s Hope because it is waterproof. Plus, they offer six lines of engraving each up to 20 characters. This will allow you to put quite a bit of information there.
There are two things you should keep in mind before purchasing this one. It only comes in one size, wrists measuring 6 – 8”. It cannot be used by people with pacemakers.
This sterling silver, rose gold tone, and teal beads balance perfectly in the Rhythm & Blues Medical ID Bracelet. The mixed metals provide an on-trend look that works with all of the rose gold and silver in your jewelry wardrobe. Pair this interchangeable medical alert bracelet with your favorite Lauren’s Hope medical ID tag for safety with style. This bracelet is suitable for everyday use including hand washing and bathing.
We like this fashionable rose color style bracelet because it is made entirely of stainless steel which means it can be worn without worry of excessive tarnish or water damage. This is another one that only comes in one size. It fits wrists measuring 7 1/4 inches. The downside to this one is it only offers two lines of engraving up to 22 characters.
This Ziza Mini Cuff by Lauren’s Hope is incredibly discreet and most people will not even realize you are wearing a medical alert cuff. Both ends of the medical id cuff feature the universally recognized medical caduceus symbol, which will alert first responders to your hidden medical information. You can add four lines of engraving up to 22 characters each. Plus, it’s hypoallergenic.
This handmade bracelet is designed to be highly visible to emergency responders, but also with style in mind. This one has three lines for information up to 25 characters.
We like this bracelet because it can be sized to what you need. This one can be engraved up to 2 lines on the front and the back with a maximum or 20-22 characters per line.
This bracelet is made with a combination of durable stainless steel and sweat-proof silicone bands, which means it is built to withstand your most active endeavors. They have four sizes available sizes are 6 1/2″ (S), 7 1/4″ (M), 8″ (L) and 9″ (XL). It can fit up to five lines of text.
This Rose Gold Tone Gardenia Medical ID Tag, Kaye comes in a striking rose gold-tone. It features three strands of chain and beads, adorned with Swarovski crystals, rose gold beads, pearls, and stardust accents. This Lauren’s Hope exclusive design pairs perfectly with any interchangeable medical ID tag and is suitable for everyday wear including hand washing and bathing.
This is an elegant interchangeable medical alert id bracelet with free engraving. It is handcrafted with 100% surgical grade 316L stainless steel, perfectly combined with mixed metals and little lovely stone beads. It is elegant and its unique metal link chains are designed to provide an on-trend look and highly visible to emergency responders, and also with elegance in mind.
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