You know someone with an Alzheimer's challenge, show your support with this purple rubber wristband for the cause.
Buy the youth size "Alzheimer's Awareness" Purple Rubber Bracelet. Our Alzheimer's Awareness Wristband is made from 100% silicone rubber, in an individual polybag.
We also carry Alzheimer's Awareness Ribbon Magnets.
- Debossed (indented) message that gives a 3d effect and lasts for the life of the rubber wristband
- Band is a stretchy but sturdy 2 mm thick and 12 mm wide
- Seamless 100% Silicone Rubber
- Packaged in a reclosable individual clear polybag
- Wear on your wrist
- Attach to a key ring
- Stretch around a water bottle or beverage container
- Wear two or three at the same time
Made from 100% quality Silicone Rubber for years of enjoyment and promotion of your cause.
You may wear this item 24 hours a day including in the shower, at the health club, work, school or even while standing on your head.
To clean simply wash with soap and water, our durable inks will not fade easily.
How to select the correct size
Most adults find the "Adult 8"
size is best. The "Youth 7"
size is best for children up to about age 13 or adults with very small wrists.
An adult with very large wrists may find the Adult 8" is still too small, they will have to find another way to express their support of this cause - or use the wristband in a keychain or around a beverage container.
Adult Size 8" in circumference or exactly 202 mm
Youth Size 7" in circumference or exactly 180 mm
If you're the type that likes to make absolutely sure about things, download our printable
sizing guide, and "try one on."
Open this sizing guide PDF, print the page at 100% scale, follow the instructions and you will have a paper version you can try out in minutes.
"Alzheimer's Awareness" Purple Rubber Bracelet Wristband - Youth 7"
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May 19, 2014
I was very happy when I found this site. I have very small wrist and always is hard to find any bands that fit. I wear purple proudly because I lost my grandma to Alzheimer's and now my mom has it.