When a loved one needs to wear a medic alert, why not make sure it’s one they would proudly wear?
Handcrafted in silver, bespoke to them, with all the information needed yet gorgeous to look at and comfortable to wear everyday.
Medical emergencies can happen at anytime and anywhere, and you may not be with people who know you. Our Black Leather and Silver Medic Alert Bracelet can be a vital source of information for first response and paramedics if you are unable to communicate, allowing them to treat your situation quickly and effectively.
The price includes the bracelet and one silver medic band, but more can be added now or over time.
We can deep engrave up to 25 characters (including spaces) on each Silver Medic Band, allowing full details to be available to caregivers and first responders.
Please note the more words you choose, the smaller the writing will need to be, but it will always be very clear, concise and readable.
Your leather bracelet is made in one size (fitting a 17cm wrist), and you can choose in the dropdown box whether you would like one, two or three Silver Medic Bands (as pictured).
You can add your name, medical conditions, food or drug allergies, and emergency contact details. We recommend that you consult your GP to establish what they feel is important to include on the Medic Alert Bracelet.
The button clasp makes the bracelet easy to put on and remove in a one-handed operation.
The leather bracelet is made to one size - 17cm wrist.
Sterling silver medic band(s).
Clean silver regularly with a good quality jeweller's silver cloth.
The leather is approximately 1cm wide and 0.4cm thick and the sterling silver medic bands are 5mm wide.
The bracelets are made to a 17cm wrist, so please ensure you order the correct size to your wrist. The bracelet is not adjustable. Please measure your wristbone and add a little for comfort (1.5-2cm is about right, depending on whether you like a snug or looser fit). You can use a piece of string or strip of paper to wrap around your wrist, and then measure that string with a ruler, or use a cloth tape measure.