A Review of MyLifeWear Bracelets

A Review of MyLifeWear Bracelets
You’ve just been diagnosed with Diabetes, either Type 1 or Type 2 and your doctor; CDE and others recommends you get a medical I.D. bracelet. So you go to the drugstore and find the I.D. bracelets at the pharmacists counter. However you take one look at the tired, metal jewelry that hasn’t changed in 20 years and groan.

“You’ve got to be kidding!” You scream in your head. You are a busy, active person and the thought of wearing boring medical I.D.’s revolt you. The bracelets have no fashion sense and would clash with all your clothes.

Don’t despair! You will find what your are looking for at MYLIFEWEAR.com. These I.D. bracelets aren’t like your parents. They are hip, tasteful and fit for a more active lifestyle.

The owner, Chris Smith, felt the same way as you did when he was diagnosed. He was looking for something comfortable, long wearing and fashionable. As a Type 1 Diabetic he knows the importance of being able to be treated correctly in case some medical emergency arises.

These bracelets are made of leather with a cool looking medical I.D. strategically placed for easy access and visibility. Each leather bracelet is hand made to your specifications. Every leather band is hand cut, punched and dyed. You can see the craftsmanship in each bracelet. The I.D. plate is made using a lost wax casting method and hand enameled to stand up to the most grueling adventure. These I.D. plates blends into the leather band and makes a statement. These tough leather bands are fashionable, trendy and hip and most people won’t realize it is a medical I.D.

The bracelets range in size from 5.5”to 7” for small, medium is 6.5” to 8.5” and large 9” plus. Mylifewear website offers simple directions to find the correct size for you. These are sturdy leather bands and will hold up to most grueling of exercise or hobby.

These bracelets have sterling silver plates with the medical logo and Mylifewear offers six different colors. They offer red, dark blue, purple, green, pink and yellow. You can pick which color and have the back engraved with any medical information a doctor would need in an emergency.

If you’re an active diabetic these bracelets fits your needs. Cycling, climbing, hiking and any arduous activity these bracelets can withstand the added pressure on them. Plus, you won’t get the added chafing from a traditional metal I.D. bracelet. With wear the leather band will get soft and you won’t even realize you are wearing it. But as a diabetic it’s vital; in an emergency, a doctor or nurse knows of your medical condition

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