Finding an Electronic Medical Alert Bracelet for Your Lifestyle

Electronic medical alert bracelets are a very popular option among alert system users. Perfect for those who don’t like the classic pendant, they inject some style and comfort into these essential devices. If you’re on the hunt for an alternative wearing option for your device, this might be what you’ve been looking for.

Not all of our medical alert systems include a medical alert bracelet option. That said, most will have an alternative wearing option – whether as a necklace, as a bracelet, or on a belt loop. What’s important is that you are able to find a system that meets your needs. You deserve an alert system that feels comfortable, provides support, and looks great.

Which Alert1 Products Have an Electronic Medical Alert Bracelet Option?

Many Alert1 medical alert systems can be worn as a bracelet, but not all. We’ll walk you through the range of options and point out which systems might be better for specific lifestyles.

·         In-the-Home: Our in-the-home medical alert system includes a pendant button for ease of use. Those who would prefer to wear their buttons as an electronic medical alert bracelet should consider investing in any of the Alert1 silicone bracelets in either gray, blue, or purple. They need only slide the button off the included lanyard and pop it into the bracelet. Additionally, users should also consider the separate Emergency Alarm Wristband if they want the option of both a pendant and a bracelet.

·         Kelsi and Kelsi Pro: While these on-the-go options do not have a bracelet option, we do provide an alternative wearing method: a belt loop adapter. This allows users to wear their devices on the hip while also keeping the Kelsi or Kelsi Pro safe inside a protective case. 

Alert1 is Compassionate and Reliable

Though our range of medical alert systems is great for many users, our service features are what make us stand out. Our devices are among some of the most affordable on the market. In fact, our in-the-home unit costs are around three times lower than comparable devices with more brand recognition. We try to keep our rates low and fair because we know that budgeting can be a challenge for many seniors. We also never require long-term contracts – use us for a few months or a few years.

Perhaps most importantly, the care we provide is knowledgeable and compassionate. Most medical alert system providers, upon receiving a distress call from a member, simply contact emergency services and hang up. We don’t do that. Instead, our call center operators are guaranteed to stay on the line with you until help arrives. We think this injects a bit of comfort and security into experiencing an emergency.

Whether you’re a senior who’s recently suffered a fall or an elderly person aging in place, the systems from Alert1 – everything from electronic medical alert bracelets to our fall alert pendants – can help you remain safe and confident in your home.