I will wear this 24/7. It looks beautiful and I hope will last many years. It's a little hard to close the clasp when trying to put it on. Otherwise it's worth the money. I gave it 4 stars only because of the difficulty clasping it while it's on my wrist.
Linda, Long Island gal
Long Island, NY
It made feel like I was giving my wife a gift instead of a medical need.
Very stylish and easy to put on and take off.
As stated above, the "charm" needs a coating as it turns my skin black. I will try putting a coat of clear nail polish on it. A 7-1/2" bracelet would be nice as well. Had to take it to a jeweler to have it shortened. Other wise it looks nice
I like the apearance but felt the limit of how much could be inscribed on it. I have a lot of allergies and don't think any one would look inside my purse to find the emergency medical info. The solution might be to have a bi-fold which can open up to allow for more infor. It's a bit thicker but not too much.
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Wear & Care
To keep your medical ID looking it’s best, we recommend removing your jewelry when washing your hands, exercising, swimming, bathing, and cleaning. Direct contact with agents such as soaps, lotions, perfume, makeup, hair and cleaning products, along with other harsh chemicals can tarnish and permanently damage the coloring and shine of your bracelet. For added protection, store your medical ID in our soft microfiber bags.
|Age Group||Teen / Adult|
|ID Size||Engraved ID is 1 3/8" x 3/4" and slightly curved for a comfortable fit|
|Additional Info||Available in two sizes - when paired with the Mingle ID, measures 7" and 8" in total length (includes ID, chain and clasps.) Double claw clasps in metal selected. Handmade, length may vary slightly.|
In the event you cannot speak or communicate to emergency personnel, your engraving should include information that will help responders treat your specific medical needs.
• Your Name/Caregiver's Name
• Medical Conditions
• Emergency Contact
Line 1: JOHN SMITH
Line 2: DIABETES TYPE I
Line 3: TAKING INSULIN
Line 4: ICE: 555-555-5555