Allergy bracelet with multiple charm. Medic alert for kids

NEW Multi-Charm Kit: Bracelet + 6 Allergy Charms (now including EpiPen charm)

SKU: BR-10551
Barcode: 819556010551
Availability: Available
  • AllerMates New Multi-Charm allergy bracelets are now made of soft silicone allowing for a softer feel and easier use.
  • Designed with a new adjustable snap feature with 3 slots allows this AllerMates allergy bracelet to fit the wrist size of most kids ages 3+.
  • Measures 7"......

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  • AllerMates New Multi-Charm allergy bracelets are now made of soft silicone allowing for a softer feel and easier use.
  • Designed with a new adjustable snap feature with 3 slots allows this AllerMates allergy bracelet to fit the wrist size of most kids ages 3+.
  • Measures 7" in length.
  • Made to fit up to six different AllerMates medical alert charms, each measuring 7/8" high and 1.2" wide.
  • These allergy bracelets are 100% latex free..
  • Medical alert charms included in this package are for the common food allergies of peanut, nut, dairy, egg, and wheat, as well as our popular EpiPen charm. 

Does your child have multiple food allergies or health concerns? Alert caretakers of his or her's special needs with just one bracelet! Adorn this bright, fun bracelet with various medical alert charms depending on your child's health concerns or food allergies. Charms can be added, rearranged or removed so change the bracelet as his or her needs change!  

To insert charm, position the charm/s horizontally and pull on the soft silicone. Enter the charm rivet into the keyhole.  Once inserted, turn the charm so that it is in it's vertical position.  The key hole feature will keep the charm secure.

 

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