Rasta Braided Medical ID Bracelet
The Rasta braided medical ID bracelet is a cool casual combination of nylon threads of green, red, yellow and black. The Contempo ID offered with the braided medical bracelets come in a variety of colors and are also interchangeable with most of the leather bracelets, all beaded bracelets, as well as the interchangeable medical bracelets.Charms pictured are sold separately and will be attached to the ID tag.
To extend the life of your braided medical identification bracelet, please remove before shower or water activities.
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: $37.00
Sale Price $28.95
- Falls apart
Had it 6 days completely unraveled. Got a second one lasted about the same amt. of time. Not pleased at all!!! (Posted on 7/22/2017)
- Love it!
My 14 year old daughter loves this bracelet and has not taken it off once since it has arrived. Great quality and a great product! (Posted on 3/21/2016)
- Rasta bracelets makes my heart happy
I love reggae music so I love rasta colors red, yellow and green! After searching through so many websites bingo I found the perfect medical bracelet that was simple, adorable and fit my budget. I love it and have gotten many compliments. I even shower with it and its so far durable and looks the same. I already referred this website to others who need a new cool medical bracelet. Thank you all I am very grateful for this website and the efficiency of your website and delivery!!! God bless us all!! <3 (Posted on 8/23/2013)
- Really Nice
My son loves his new bracelet. If he's happy with it and he'll wear it, I'm happy. I hope it won't wear too quickly because it's really nice. (Posted on 7/29/2013)
I was very excited to have received this bracelet. It's very cute and clipped on to my ID perfectly. (Posted on 7/29/2013)
- Great Quality
My daughter loves the bracelet. She said it is what is in style. Great job keeping up with the trends! Will buy again! (Posted on 3/6/2013)
- mostly pleased
The extra /freebie braided bracelet unravelled shortly after receiving it! (Posted on 12/24/2012)