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Candy Braided Bracelet
The Candy braided bracelet is a cool casual combination of nylon threads of lime, pink, purple and orange. This interchageable bracelet may be worn with the Wave, Max Contempo or Contempo medical ID tags.
Availability: In stock
Customer Reviews (11)
- Falls apart too quickly
This is the second one I have had to purchase within 6 months. They fall apart way too quickly. (Posted on 6/17/2016)
- Perfect for Camp
This durable bracelet will be perfect for camp. It is interchangeable, which was VERY appealing to my 10-year-old. We just discovered a new allergy, so this is her first experience wearing a med. bracelet, and she is actually excited to wear it! (Posted on 4/15/2016)
- great option for casual wear
Great company and product. Everything ships quickly and it is well made. Love that it does not look medical but still serves the purpose of getting info to medical teams (Posted on 3/12/2016)
Very colorful. Really like the options of changing the bracelets. Awesome product. (Posted on 3/1/2016)
- Love the colors!
My daughter wears this when she wants to be "fancy". Its sturdy and brightly colored. Perfect for a girl! (Posted on 11/3/2015)
- great bracelet
I really love the bracelet. I love the bright colors and and the fact that it goes with every outfit and doesn't look like a "medical" item. I just think it is so pretty (Posted on 8/3/2015)
- Cute colors
This is a fun bracelet. My daughter loves the bright colors and she can wear it with most of her outfits. Great quality. (Posted on 4/30/2015)
- like it
I like my braceley, but sad that colors of bracelet are not complete. Looks almost like 2 bracelets spliced together. (Posted on 3/9/2015)
- Bright Idea
Love the bright colors woven together in this bracelet. My granddaughters are jealous. (Posted on 7/21/2014)
- Love this one
So bright and colorful. Love it. (Posted on 4/28/2014)
- Awesome Bracelet!
My daughter just loves this bracelet! She wears it everyday - great, quality product!! (Posted on 4/15/2014)