Butler & Grace Jewellery Review

For a very long time, Michael & Myself have been looking for the perfect medical bracelet for Michael to wear.

I am a very anxious person, and Michael works as a recycling man so is never in one spot for too long. I always worry that he will have a fit at work, or an asthma attack. We wanted a nice supported band, as well as it being suitable for work and obviously, for him, it to look good too. So when Butler and Grace offered to help us out we jumped at the chance.

I have always worried about what would happen to him, if he was to have a fit at work. and travels long distance for his work. Sometimes he can get separated for a tiny amount of time to collect a bin, but what would happen if he did fall and fit in that time? The bracelet has certainly put my mind at ease knowing fully that he was alone, and no one knew him; they would see the medical and know who to call and what conditions he does have.

Here is what Michael himself has to say about it, giving his own little review:

I’m not really a fan of men’s jewellery, the only things I wear is my necklace and my granddads wedding ring, I rarely wear watches as they feel too uncomfortable for me, but Becca and I decided to get myself a medical bracelet in case the worst was to happen, so I said lets give it a go and here we are.


It came packaged in a professional jewellery box, you wouldn’t have been able to tell the difference between a normal jewellery box, and came surprisingly quick. I had no idea what it was going to look like as the lady said she has a new design that she was working on and was more ‘manly’ than the others on the website, and no one can resist a mystery box, so you can guess what I went for.


I immediately put it on, and it was weird for me but over time I had gotten used to it and it turned out to be a comfortable piece to wear but the ball weights on the end are a little off putting, you think that there is something on your hand and try to brush it off but then you realise its the balls. If you got it wet bathing the kids or bin juice (a.k.a my job picking bins up lol) then it dries really quickly (after a wash if you somehow got bin juice on it), to be honest I haven’t had a problem with it getting dirty but it cleans really well.

If i didn’t get this to review then I would have still brought it not just because I need one but it is aesthetically pleasing to everyone, easy to wear and its good for the kids if you do get it dirty.

You can find this medical bracelet here: G & B Medical Bracelet.

See you later





9 Comments Add yours

  1. Kelly—Anne says:

    I have seen a couple of reviews and I really think they look so good.

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  2. Mummy Cat says:

    medic alert bracelets are so important to have! and its wonderful that they can be stylish and also perfect for every day use too

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  3. Alice Fairweather says:

    What a great idea! It looks very masculine too.

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  4. What a great idea. I love the style of this one

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  5. Oh wow, this is such a great product!

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  6. It is such a lovely idea to have this made as opposed to the boring ones!

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  7. Britt | Alternatively Speaking says:

    I like the style of that one, far more practical than a lot of the medical jewelry that’s out there. Also, the fact it’s quick drying is a huge plus!
    Britt | http://alternativelyspeaking.ca

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  8. Rosie says:

    I knew small children who had to wear medical jewellery and hated how obvious and clomp they were! So this looks so good for a more discreet item of jewellery that’s needed!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. viewfromthebeachchair says:

    What a lovely take on medical jewelry. #lgrtstumble

    Liked by 1 person

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