Medical Bracelets

Product: Medical ID Bracelets from
Between $20 to $40

Medical BraceletsIntroducing, the web store dedicated to your medical identification needs. Established in 2005, Idtagsonline LLC is located in Midwest USA and has served tens of thousands of customers worldwide.

We offer a modern collection of stainless-steel Medical ID Bracelets and Medical ID Dog Tags for adults and children.

Bracelets with chains are sized from 5.5” (14 cm) to 10” (25 cm). Bracelets with adjustable wristbands measure 8.0” (20 cm) at maximum for adults and 6.5” (16 cm) for children.

Depending on the type of bracelet you order, we can engrave 4-6 lines of text on both sides of the plates. For example:

Line 1 (12 char max.): FIRST NAME
Line 2 (12 char max.): LAST NAME
Line 3 (16 char max.): MEDICAL CONDITION
Line 4 (16 char max.): EMERGENCY PHONE 1
Line 5 (16 char max.): EMERGENCY PHONE 2

The use of the traditional Deep Groove engraving technique on top of the mirror-finished stainless-steel plates gives the letters exceptional contrast with the background, which makes them easy to read by a medical team.

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Wear-resistant Deep Groove engraving is the most durable engraving method, guaranteeing peace of mind and extra protection for many years to come.

All products are affordably priced between $20 and $40 USD.

Every bracelet comes with a Free Medical Emergency wallet card. Medical ID jewelry in combination with an emergency card will provide healthcare personnel with clear information about your medical condition, making it easier for them to rapidly provide you with quality treatment.

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Amy KD Tobik

Amy KD Tobik

Amy KD Tobik, A former Editor of Autism Parenting Magazine, an award-winning monthly international publication. She coordinates and manages an extensive group of doctors, autism specialists, and writers to create the most up-to-date news and professional guidance for families affected by autism. Magazine readers are from 30 countries, with the majority coming from the US and other English-speaking countries. A graduate of Sweet Briar College in Virginia, Amy's experience includes more than 30 years writing/editing newspapers, monthly magazines, technical documents/manuals, books, and websites. She and her husband have two adult daughters and live in the Carolinas.