J27585 - Lisa Jenks Stainless Steel Average Medical I.D.UtilityBracelet
Poor design and quality
I ordered this as a gift for my special needs sister. She wore it for four days before the flimsy, spring-loaded pin hinge came out and was lost. The design is also poor, as the storage area is too small to hold anything but the tiny papers that come with the bracelet. The papers do not have enough space to record any meaningful information about meds, special conditions, etc. As regards eye appeal, the bracelet is much better looking than those traditionally available, and the deployant clasp is nice for someone with limited dexterity. The bracelet is substantial, but the med storage area was flimsy and poorly made - they actually seemed mismatched for each other. I sent it back. She is heartbroken. This product was vastly overpriced for the quality it exhibited.
Not worth the money
I received this yesterday and I am sending it back today. It is way to big and heavy for what you are going to use it far. It to expensive also. Not worth the money. I couldn't even find out how to open it and place the information. No instructions.
VERY HIGH END!!!!!
I ordered this on 5 easy pays, what a way to go!!! I work in a hospital, we do not sell anything like this in our gift shop, and should. I was absolutely thrilled with the weight of it. The style of the band is like a panther link which to me just adds to it. Most importantly, what inside is going to save your life someday -----so meaningful to me. Since I do work in a hospital, I see the daily things that can happen on a dime. I'm going to add that I like the fact that she gave us 2 strips instead 1 because things change as we get older. Today you might not be a diabetic, but next year that might be different. I wear between a 71/4 and 71/2 inch bracelet so that is why I got the average and it fits great with some play.