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Re: [IPk] Comment on emergency cases.



The Medic Alert sports bracelet is much more
comfortable than a regular necklace or bracelet and
doesn't get in the way during exercise. You just wrap
it round your wrist and forget about it. 
Jenny



--- John Neale <email @ redacted> wrote: >
>Sorry for my stupid question but what is a medical
> alert bracelet and where
> >can I get it?
> 
> http://www.medicalert.org.uk
> 
> There are various organisations, but Medic Alert
> seems to be the most popular.
> 
> I notice on their website they have started to
> produce a "sports" version
> of their ubiquitous bracelet and necklace. I
> remember someone complaining
> that their bracelet was too weak and kept breaking.
> Apparently if the
> bracelet is too strong, it could potentially rip
> your hand off if you
> caught it on something.
> 
> I asked my wife today if she thought I should be
> wearing a Medic Alert
> bracelet in case I was involved in an accident. She
> felt that increasing my
> life assurance would be better from her point of
> view. Ha-bloody-ha.
> 
> John
> 
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