Rose Tone Open Heart Medical Alert Bracelet

Item: C359

Rose Tone Open Heart Medical Alert Bracelet
Rose Tone Open Heart Medical Alert Bracelet
From $49.95
  • Description
  • Specifications
  • How to measure

Our Rose Gold Tone Open Heart medical ID bracelet is a stylish, stainless steel medical alert bracelet featuring heart-shaped links with rose gold tone plating. This medical ID bracelet bears an affixed medical ID tag with the internationally recognized medical caduceus symbol on the front to alert first responders to your medical information, engraved inside.

ITEM DETAILS

  • Engraving on inside: 3 lines, 20 characters each, spaces included
  • Links measure 1/2” x 3/8”
  • Stainless steel with rose gold tone plating
  • Water resistant
  • Affixed tag (non-interchangeable)
  • Single strand

MEASURING GUIDE

  • To measure for your Lauren’s Hope medical ID bracelet, take a snug measurement of your wrist, leaving no room between your skin and the measuring tape, and add one inch.
  • Snug Measurement + 1 Inch = Your Bracelet Size
 
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Engraving
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Engraving Method

Traditional engraving comes standard with your medical ID tag. This method etches your information into the stainless steel tag.

The color-filled engraving method uses newer technology to produce engraving that appears dark.

We recommend you engrave...

  • First and Last Name
  • Medical Condition(s)
  • Food or Drug Allergies
  • Emergency Contact #1
  • Emergency Contact #2

Tips and Hints

  • Be sure to indicate if you are on a medication or allergic to the medication.
  • Unless you are listing several numbers for the same person you do not need to indicate that it is a cell or work number.
  • The shorter the line, the larger the font will appear on the tag.
  • The tag will be easier to read if the lines are evenly spaced.
  • When listing allergies say "peanut allergy" instead of "allergy to peanuts" because it takes up less space.

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