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Brewster Black and White Leather Medical Alert ID Bracelet - Personalised

Brewster Black and White Leather Medical Alert ID Bracelet - Personalised

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This modern watch style bracelet has a high quality 10mm wide genuine leather strap.Fully adjustable, the engraving plate can easily be reversed to read your custom text. It is finished with a contrasting synthetic stripe cord that attaches the plate.

- GENUINE LEATHER
- FREE PERSONALISED ENGRAVING -Up to 3 lines of text (Maximum 25 characters per line)
- FREE VELVET TRAVEL POUCH
- FREE UK SHIPPING
- FREE GIFT BOX
- FREE MEDICAL CARD

Can my item be engraved?
Yes – on the reverse of the steel medical alert plate.
Up to 3 lines with maximum of 25 characters per line

The stainless-steel engraving plate can be simply flipped over to show your personalised details. All our tags are engraved in-house and you can choose the wording that best suits your condition. We will engrave your bracelet free of charge with the words that best describe your condition - just let us know what you want it to say when prompted on the website.

Specification

- METAL TYPE: STAINLESS STEEL ALERT TAG
- STYLE: ADJUSTABLE WATCH WRISTBAND
- BRACELET MATERIAL: GENUINE LEATHER
- PLATE ATTACHED WITH SYNTHETIC CORD

Bracelet Size
Adjustable to fit

Wrist Size from 15cm - 21cm

Who is my bracelet named after?

Annie Brewster – Nurse Ophthalmic

Annie Brewster was born in Saint Vincent in the Caribbean in 1858. In the 1860s, she moved to South London with her family. Brewster worked as a nurse at the London Hospital (now the Royal London Hospital), in Whitechapel for twenty years. She was known as ‘Nurse Ophthalmic’ due to her skill in treating patients with eye conditions, and she later became the nurse in charge of the Ophthalmic Wards.

Brewster was one of the first Afro-Caribbean nurses that we know worked in Britain during this period. In 2018 she received public recognition when her photograph was projected onto the side of the old Royal London Hospital building as part of the celebrations for the 70th anniversary of the NHS.

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Heather Haag
I was holding out writing a review until I...

I was holding out writing a review until I'd worn it for some weeks, but it still looks good as new and gives me peace of mind when I'm at work without access to a mobile phone! The strap is much more practical for me than a chain and the design is lovely. Thank you!

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