My most recent post was on the greatness that is MedicAlert and their ID bracelets. They really do make me feel safer. Especially as I get older and start spending more time on my own and with friends. As I also mentioned last time, I am a creature of habit. I have been wearing the same Medic Alert bracelet (just in smaller sizes) since I was four. However, I decided it might be time for a change. I just received a new medical ID bracelet from Road ID in the mail. I gotta say, I think I love it just as much, if not more, than I love my MedicAlert bracelet. Road ID is a company that typically makes bracelets for bicyclists and runners so medics have their information if they get into an accident.
However, they also work very nicely if I want to inform doctors of my condition while having an allergic reaction. These bracelets are really comfortable and well made, and I was very impressed by them when I received mine in the mail.
I decided to take a picture of mine to show you how it looks.
This is a picture of my bracelet by the box it came in. I was pretty impressed by the box too, to be honest. It’s all about the presentation to me.
Here is the bracelet on my hand. I decided to just take it while I was typing my blog. Actually, this is the second picture I took of my hand, and I gotta say, I’m impressed. I could totally be a hand model.
These are a bunch of the designs that are available from RoadID. I chose a wide black one, with a darker ID. It’s super duper comfortable. I was able to put my MedicAlert number on my RoadID bracelet, so I can still get all of the services provided by MedicAlert. I was even able to order a badge to add to the bracelet with a medical symbol to make it more obvious that it being used as a medical ID. It’s sort of the best of both worlds.
This is not a sponsored post. I bought my new RoadID bracelet.
If you love my cool new bracelet and decide to order one, here is a code you can use to get $5 off a RoadID bracelet of your own! Just click the link and you’ll be given 5 dollars off any RoadID purchase. That’s it!
This code expires in 10 days, on September 24, so be sure to use it before then.
Until next time!
Awesome bracelet! And what a great extra protection for you!
The Braclet looks really Cool! Just like the guy who is wearing it!!!! As always good job Gary!!!