I dont see why not however I would tell you my purchase fell apart when the back rubber holding the magnet disintigrated. I wasnt entirely happy with it obviously as I only bought it fairly recently. I dont know if I have any recourse with Amazon.
By John Gow on 28 June 2017
You would be better off getting the ex large size which I have just done for a friend of mine and it fits him great if you need the site let me know cost £25 hope this has been helpful
By B. Haward on 06 March 2016
Check the magnet is still strong by holding something like a paper-clip against the back. If the magnet is still strong then it is working as designed. I have had one for around 9 months and as far as I can tell it still functions well.
By Derek McWilliam on 29 September 2014
I was wondering that myself before I bought my one. However, whether it's in my head out not, this band has taken the pain of my wrist away and I would recommend it everyday
By Lee Doherty on 26 September 2014
The bioflow advert has a size dropdown chart which says that 17.5 cm is small, 19cm is a medium and 20.5cm is large . I would guess that the medium size might flop about a bit on you. Now that I've had one for 9 months (it broke after 6 months) I would say they are a waste of time !
By Mr. N. ALLBEURY on 09 October 2014
Well, my wrist is 19 cm so I was able to get the 19cm one. I think you should get the 17.5 cm one as it is closest to your wrist size. There is the possibility that it may be too big though
By Lee Doherty on 25 August 2014