Chocolate Knot Rubber Medic Bracelets
The Knots" rubber medic bracelets are super simple and LATEX FREE! They come in one size fits most. Size is determined by where you place the knot. We like to use a square knot which gives the bracelet a more finished look and is ultra secure. Simply ask someone to tie the knot while on your wrist or you may tie it yourself. Pull the knot tight and slip the bracelet on. Once the bracelet is on and you are comfortable with the knots tightness you may cut the ends or leave them. This medic bracelet will be your custom fit! The universal medical ID bracelet is sold with the Contempo ID. CLICK HERE Bracelets Sold Separately TO ORDER MORE ATTACHABLE BRACELETS TO GO WITH YOUR COLLECTION.
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- Awesome bracelet
I love this bracelet! I got the one just as pictured. It has enough room for all of my important medical information. It's very comfortable and I usually forget I'm wearing it. (Posted on 6/20/2016)
Just received the above bracelet....as pictured, chocolate band and gold medical symbol. Great quality and value! Many thanks! (Posted on 10/9/2015)
- My Fave!
I think this has been one of my favorite products because the rubber band is adjustable. I love that it can get wet because I don't really have the time to take it off to shower/wash dishes/workout, etc. I pull it a little to take it on and off. The bracelet is firm with just a little bit of give. My ID is perfect. It is the second ID I have ordered from n-style. (Posted on 7/8/2015)
- Like the bracelet, but not knotting it each day
This bracelet is cute and fashionable, and the color is a little darker than the picture shows. I really like the bracelet, but I did not realize how difficult it is to knot it with a single hand. I wish there was an alternate clasp that came with it or the band was more stretchy so I could slip it on and off easily. Due to the difficulty in knotting it, I have not worn it as much as I should, which defeats the purpose of having it! My bracelet lays flat and does not flip around like others have stated. (Posted on 11/30/2012)
- another thumbs up
I purchased the chocolate knot rubber and am really happy with it. Like torc, I had a problem with the bracelet flipping around at first, but it's been 3 weeks and it now lays properly. The brown rubber looks nice, almost like thin leather bracelet from a distance. I have a small wrist, so I appreciate that I could make this to the exact size I wanted and then snip off the extra rubber. Easy to take off, but I also wore it on a camping trip and never had to worry about taking it off while swimming, or having it unhook/fall off. Still looks good, with both the medic logo on the front and the medical info engraving on the back clear and unworn. (Posted on 7/20/2012)
- Love it!
I got this as a bracelet I can wear and not worry about what happens to it. I really like it more than I expected and I am glad I got the gold emblem to go with it. Lays on my wrist well without rotating and I love being able to slip in on and off my wrist easily. (Posted on 7/7/2012)
- thumbs up
- I purchased this bracelet in black and have been wearing it almost daily for about five months. So far, it's been very durable. When first purchased and put on, the bracelet would constantly flip around where you could only see the reverse of the ID tag. I was not happy about this and vowed to never purchase another. However, after wearing it for about six weeks and continual pulling and putting it back the way it is supposed to be, it now lays nicely and no longer flips around. This is a rubber bracelet and is completely waterproof. But the rubber is not stretchy, so if you believe you’ll be able to stretch this over your hand to get it on and off, you can’t. Once tied, the knot stays in place and is secure. The actual thickness (diameter) of the band is 2mm and since I’m a guy, I wish they offered this in a larger, 4mm size. It’s comfortable and does not pinch the skin or pull the hair. I should also note the engraving on the back of the ID tag is easily readable and so far, durable. (Posted on 5/25/2010)