Medical alert jewelry has come a long way from the days of the chunky stainless drugstore bracelets that itched and never seemed to match anything. Today’s medical ID jewelry is different. It’s cool. It’s fun. It’s so much better.
At Lauren’s Hope, we believe you can be safe and still be stylish. That’s why we’re constantly coming out with new, on-trend designs of beaded and stainless steel strands for our interchangeable medical alert bracelets. But we’re doing so much more than interchangeable medical ID bracelets these days. And one of our favorite products is the cuff bracelet.
Our stainless steel medical ID cuffs are a fantastic option for people who don’t necessarily want to switch out their strands regularly and simply want something that truly goes with everything. They’re also fantastic for people with dexterity issues for whom clasps can pose a problem. We also hear from people who type all day that they love how the cuffs fit flush to the skin so they don’t click against desks and keyboards in quiet offices or lecture halls.
Waterproof, sweatproof, easy to take on and off, adjustable for weight changes, and offering plenty of engraving space, all of our medical alert cuffs have two caduceus symbols to alert medical personnel to your information while also bearing delicate, masculine, and unisex designs and finishes that ensure there’s really a cuff for every wrist.
Which one of our cuffs is your favorite? What would you like to see us make next?
As Director of Sales, Marketing, and Business Development for Lauren’s Hope, Tara Cohen is often the voice of Lauren’s Hope. Whether she’s writing the Lauren’s Hope blog, crafting a marketing email, or describing a new product, Cohen brings a little personal touch to everything she creates.
Part of the LH team since 2012, Cohen has spent years learning about various medical conditions and what engravings are most helpful for each.
In addition to her years of experience at Lauren’s Hope and all of the research she puts into writing for LH, Cohen draws on her own life experiences to bring a human touch to the LH blog.