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 Hello Neighbors!

I was given the opportunity to review an ID on ME Id bracelet.  It came in with perfect timing as we are heading out on the road again.  I like to have some form of ID on me when we are traveling since I am diabetic.  Although I have not had any problems, I do not want to have any while separated from my family.


I want to say here, this are not only ideal for medical IDs, but they are great to have for children, at sport activities, traveling, or anywhere you or your child might need to have an ID on you.  Mine has the medical symbol, but they are also available as an ID bracelet.  The ID bracelets have ID on the front and come in a variety of colors, as do the medical IDs.




The ID on Me compartment is water resistant, so this could be used at the beach or pool.  I tried it out in the shower (no Pics) and it stayed dry.  The wrist band is adjustable and you can purchase a band in XL if needed.  The wrist bands are black, but accessory bands can be added in grey or striped, the standard is black.



Included with each ID are 4 Tyvek strips where you write your information with a ultra fine point Sharpie.  You enter your information, including medical conditions, allergies, your name and the person to contact, then fold it up and place in your ID on Me compartment.  You are now ready to go.




With ID on Me there is no waiting for engraving, no downloads needed, all your information is right there.  And another nice thing is you can change it easily should the information change or become outdated.  You could also use it for different children if your children attend summer camp or sports.  Just change out the information inside.

What do you think neighbors?  With summer around the corner and many people planning trips, this would be a great investment.  The tags can also be attached to a shoe.  Or is you prefer they have tags you can put on a keychain or zipper pull.  Another great idea is to use these for your pet!  Bracelets are $14 each.  The ID Tags are $10 each or if you purchase 3 or more they are $8 each.  Be sure to visit ID on Me!

One neighbor will receive their choice of color ID on Me bracelet.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.




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Comments

Marissa M said…
I would choose the purple id bracelet!
AndreaH said…
I would choose the Black Medical ID Bracelet.
Shelley P said…
I'd choose the Silver ID Bracelet.
Nknouse22 said…
I would choose the oink medical bracelet
DShope said…
I would pick the pink Med ID. I love pink and my doctor had been on me to get one.
Unknown said…
I would pick the blue Med ID. My 7-year-old son is epileptic, and he'd love this one!
cman said…
Silver ID Bracelet
Unknown said…
i like med bracelet better and is same price so was hoping could get that in dark blue
Coolestmommy said…
I would choose the purple medical bracelet.
Unknown said…
i like the medical id bracelet in red
Brandi Dawn said…
I would choose the black/gray as a bracelet.
Brandi Dawn said…
I would choos the black/gray as a bracelet.
Unknown said…
Very impressive article and posts you have shared on this blog.I just love your stuff. thanks for sharing! medical wristbands

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