Why wear an iDME identity wristband?
If you care for children, are a fitness enthusiast heading out for your daily run, have a medical condition or like to travel the world, the question should really be why don’t you carry ID?
Child Sports/Medical I.D.
Let’s face it, children love to wander. Most parents have experienced that dreaded moment when their heart has sank and their world stopped, even for just a moment, when they could no longer see where their child had disappeared to. Ensuring your child is wearing an iDME wristband will help you to be reunited as quickly as possible by having emergency contact information on hand.
Sport & Road I.D.
Carrying your I.D. is as important as putting on your seat belt when getting into car, or strapping on bike helmet to go for a ride. You are never more vulnerable than when you are out on the road, be it as part of a group cycle or an early morning solo run, let iDME speak for you if you are unable to. If you participate in any kind of sport or road training then you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to carry I.D. wear reflective safety gear, remembering to be seen, be safe. Our wristbands are the perfect road ID companion in case of emergency.
Allergies, Alzheimer’s, type 2 diabetes, advanced arthritis and heart disease much more common today as we all continue to live longer. Carrying medical I.D. can inform medics as to the correct treatment to be administered and provide a record of people to call in an emergency which can be lifesaving action for the elderly and infirm.
We are all travelling a lot more these days, for work and for fun but can still fall short of knowing the local dialect. Carrying I.D. in case of an emergency is crucial to ensure that our information is on hand if needed.
Another few reasons you should choose iDME wristbands
- Easily updateable
- Easily Accessible
- Promotes Safety Awareness
- Peace of Mind
- Fast, effective action can be taken in the event of an accident
- Full customisation available incorporating company logo, colours, branding etc.
I walked outside this morning to bring my 3 kiddos to Cul Camp, and when I stepped outside couldn’t tell if I was outdoors, or still in my bathroom with the shower on hot and…