Traditional Stainless Steel Curb Link Medical ID Bracelets
- Stainless Steel Traditional Curb Link Bracelet. Ideally suited for a man’s size wrist.
- Extremely durable 316L surgical grade stainless steel
- Includes custom engraving of up to 7 lines and 22 characters per line
- Acid etched and blue color filled medical alert symbol
- Available from 7.0″ – 9.0″ sizes
- Includes manual or online medical registry for your Emergency Medical Card
Nothing says “medical ID bracelet” better than the stand out style of our curb link, stainless steel traditional medical ID bracelets with a lobster claw closure. The traditional engraved medical ID bracelet boasts a simple yet sophisticated style with a machine-polished, stainless steel finish to achieve a mirror-like appearance. Made to be extremely durable with its .43 inch curb link, we recommend this bracelet to be purchased for a man’s sized wrist. This medical ID bracelet is available to fit wrists from 7.0 inches to 9.0 inches. Of course, we offer many similar, low profile alternatives for women.
Know with confidence that your engraved message will be attention-getting in any emergency with the use of our bold, high contrast black lettering. The engraving surface measures 1” L x .3” H (25.4mm x 7.6mm) allowing for up to 4 lines of custom engraving on the front (22 characters each) and three lines of custom engraving on the back (22 characters). The acid etched, blue color filled, medical alert emblem is easily recognized worldwide, as it advises of an existing medical condition.
Each purchase 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 utilize our optional, no obligation online medical registry.
- Secure, easy to use, online registry to complete your medical information
- Update your information as frequently as you want!
- Clear and concise printed information saved on a credit card sized form
- Includes a highly visible medical alert “Star of Life” Tyvek sleeve for protection and too easily carry all of 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, consider this curb link stainless steel traditional medical ID bracelet designed for men. We also offer a variety of medical ID dog tags, necklaces, and a wide assortment of bracelets for the peace of mind you and your loved ones deserve.
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2.6" (66mm) W x .48" (12mm) H x .11" (2.9mm) D
Front and Back
Black Laser (front) LaserLIGHT Label (back)
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9.0" (22.9cm), 7.0" (17.8cm), 7.5" (19cm), 8.0" (20.3cm), 8.5" (21.6cm)
1" W (26mm) x 0.3" H (8mm)
Curb Link – .43" (11mm)
7.0 in., 7.5 in., 8.0 in., 8.5 in., 9.0 in.
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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.