Sport Medical Alert ID Bracelets – Free Custom Engraving


Carrying a custom medical alert bracelet is extremely important for those with medical conditions, allergies, or those who take certain medications. This medical ID comes with the following:

  • Sport Medical Alert ID Bracelet
  • Waterproof, Hypoallergenic Silicone
  • Choose from 9 vibrant colors!
  • Cut to Size. Fits Wrists Sizes 5 3/4” to 9 1/4”
  • Includes 6 lines of Custom Engraving
  • Hand Written or Online Emergency Medical Card
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed!
  • Free Shipping!

We recommend carrying an emergency wallet card, included with this product, in addition to your medical ID. The wallet card can include more information than your bracelet, allowing EMS access to a more detailed medical history.

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Warranty: 180 Days


Our best-selling Sport medical ID bracelets are made from hypoallergenic silicone to ensure a comfortable fit without compromising style. Choose from any of our nine popular colors! Have confidence that your custom message will be attention-grabbing in any emergency with the use of our bold, high contrast black lettering. The embossed Star of Life medical alert symbol is easily recognized worldwide and advises of an existing medical condition. Our Sport medical ID bracelets are fully waterproof and designed to be cut to sizes between 5.75 and 9.25 inches. Click here to watch our short video and see how incredibly easy the size adjustment is made.

The Sport medical information bracelet comes with our most popular stainless steel matte finish and a double-lock accordion style security clasp to comfortably wear and remove the bracelet. The stainless steel matte finish engraving plate measures 1.8” x .78” (45mm x 20mm) and allows for six lines of custom engraving with each line capable of 36 characters.

Each purchase of our engraved medical ID includes our exclusive Emergency Medical Card and protective Tyvek sleeve for you to add your medications, medical conditions, allergies, and other emergency information to carry with you. You can also take advantage of our optional, no obligation online medical registry to enjoy the following benefits:

  • Secure, easy-to-use online registry to complete your medical information
  • Update your information as frequently as you want
  • Clear and concise printed data saved on a credit card sized form
  • Includes a highly visible medical alert “Star of Life” Tyvek protective sleeve to securely carry your medical information!

The American College of Emergency Physicians advises people to “carry an emergency medical ID card or wear medical ID jewelry if they have a health condition, allergy, implanted device or if they are taking medications that might be life-threatening.”

If you or a loved one has a chronic health condition, then shop now for your Sport medical ID bracelets, dog tags or necklaces for the peace of mind you deserve.

Additional information

SKU 973001001
Weight 3 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in
Engr. Lines Frt.


Engr. Char. / Line Frt.



Men, Women


Silicone Rubber


1.8 oz

Plate Dimensions

1.8" (45mm) W x 0.78" (20mm) H

Engravable Option

Front Only

Engraving Type

Black Laser

Clasp Type

Double Lock expandable


180 days

Stainless Steel Finish


Bracelet Length

9.0" (22.8cm)

Bracelet Width

.71" (18mm)

Plate Thickness

.078" (2mm)

Band Thickness

.098" (2.5mm)

Engravable Surface

1.4" (35mm) W x .6" (15mm) H

Clasp Composition

Stainless Steel

Satisfaction Returns

30 days

Fits Wrist From

5.75 in.

Fits Wrist To

9.25 in.

Details about the EMC can be found here:

EMC Information

Anything may be engraved on your medical jewelry provided that space allows. The order of our suggested engraving format would be:

1) First and Last Name

2) Date of Birth (DOB)

3) Medical Conditions

4) Life Threatening Medications (i.e. blood thinners)

5) Allergic to: _____________

6) Emergency Contacts (ICE: name, phone)

When placing your order our Engraving Preview tool will show you how your engraved message will appear on your medical jewelry.

Engraving your name on your medical ID is a personal preference but we recommend that at least your first name is included. In an emergency, emergency responders will say a person’s name to get their attention and check for responsiveness. We recommend that all Alzheimer’s, Dementia and other mentally compromised patients engrave their name and address or contact information of a friend, caregiver or family member.

List only those medical conditions that would be important in an emergency. For example, a minor surgery that took place several years ago may no longer be relevant to your current medical care.

List only medicines you wish to be engraved. Generally, this would be prescription medicine, taken on a long-term daily basis which are unlikely to change. You may wish to list the most important medicines first.

List only those allergies which are severe and can cause a life threatening event.

Space is limited, so summarize your information with short, descriptive words. We provide Emergency Medical Cards with every purchase that can include as much detail as you would like.


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2 reviews with a 2-star rating

  1. James T.

    Two Stars

    James T.

    It marked my wrist

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  2. Carol Y.

    Prepare to break out your toolbox

    Carol Y.

    We got this bracelet today. It came with a set of instruction alright! The pictures were the sixe of a postage stamp, and the last picture showing how to put the whole thing back together again was blocked by the person’s finger.

    So off I went to Kaiser Permanente with this bracelet in hand. First I went to the Health Education office. Two different women tried to shove the silicone band through the clasp mechanism. No luck. So I went to the pharmacy next. They might know. No. They didn’t. As we were leaving Kaiser an elderly woman manning the information desk said she wanted to try. No luck there either.

    So we went back home determined to make this work. About an hour, two different screwdrivers, a tiny nail puller, a really sharp pair of scissors and a mallet later, I got the strap to go in. I had to beat this thing half to death to make it work, but my husband is wearing it now. I guess it’s all good, after all.

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