No Engraving
Addison Disease
Blood Thinner
Diabetes On Insulin
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)
Pacemaker
Penicillin
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
No Engraving
Addison Disease
Blood Thinner
Diabetes On Insulin
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)
Pacemaker
Penicillin
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
No Engraving
Addison Disease
Blood Thinner
Diabetes On Insulin
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)
Pacemaker
Penicillin
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
No Engraving
Addison Disease
Blood Thinner
Diabetes On Insulin
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)
Pacemaker
Penicillin
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)

Personalized Medical Alert ID U Link Bracelet Stainless 8 Inch

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Personalized custom engraved If you have been searching for a simple, no frills medical ID bracelet for men that is still sleek and beautiful, look no further that our newest stainless steel mens bracelet. Made up of a combination of shiny, polished rectangular links in the center of the band, with thin, matte rectangular links on both edges for a nice contrast, our engravable stainless steel ID bracelet for him is quite handsome. This personalized jewelry is designed to fit up to an 8.5 inch wrist size, with the engravable ID bar measuring 1.90 inches long and .45 inches wide. The fold over clasp ensures that this medical id tag jewelry will stay securely on his wrist, no matter how active his lifestyle. Hypoallergenic metal means any man who wears medical jewelry can wear this engravable bracelet with peace of mind. And because the medical alert id bracelet for men bears the internationally recognized medical caduceus symbol on the front, it means he can leave all of his worries at home. SKU: SGD-XKS152-DNR-E
Measure: Fits up to 8in Wrist, Tag Measures 1.60in L x .50in W, Weight: 40.2 Grams, Material: Stainless Steel, Enamel
WEAR A MEDICAL ID JEWELRY For Following Conditions: Alzheimer's, Autism/Special Needs Children, Blood Disorders, Blood Thinners, Diabetes, Dementia, Drug Allergies (i.e. Penicillin, morphine, sulfa), Emphysema/Breathing Disorders, Epilepsy/Seizures, Food Allergies, Hearing, vision, or mentally impaired, Heart Disease, Insect Allergies, Kidney Disease, Pulmonary Conditions, Sickle Cell Anemia, Surgery, transplant, cancer patients