I would have thought helpful jewelry was an oxymoron. How could jewelry be helpful?
In my experience jewelry has always been annoying. I used to wear rings and I even tried a necklace (in my more adventurous days) but I kept losing them. They may look pretty, but you’re out how much ever you paid for it when you lose it.
Well, I’m a little older than I once was. I should be able to keep up with jewelry now…especially if it may save my life.
In a medical emergency, it isn’t not uncommon to be unconscious. Now imagine that you could tell the first response team exactly what you are alergic to and that you have diabetes, with a necklace or bracelet that can connect easily to the ambulances computer.