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+1 for RoadID
this new one on me loks interesting as well - http://www.onelifeid.com/
another for Road ID
Me and Mrs S have got the cram alert:
but others are available e.g.
Ice Tags are another option. Just a simple plastic tag with your info on it and if you're a Parkrunner, you can also get your barcode printed on the back as well.
I have an Ice id, very nice quality, Oh i should ad I have the Iceid Pro
I got a road if after being knocked off my bike by a hit and run driver on a deserted road last year ( bit shook up but fine ).
I never run or cycle without it, just hope it is never needed. Great service, arrived from the states in less than a week.
Road ID, it arrived very quickly considering it's a US based company!
Got aluminium dog tag with name, d.o.b, blood type, ice info engraved on it. Cheap as chips.
+1 For Road ID . Great service, easy to use website, many varieties
The only (slight) issue I have with these, is the permanance of them.If you change (mobile) phone numbers, for example, you have to replace the engraved/printed onesI know mines not as immediately obvious, but I wear a SOS Talisman
http://www.sostalisman.co.uk/brochure.html (standard one, top left)The paper strip can be updated (comes in packs of 5?)Granted, it's not as tough as dog-tags, but possibly an easier proposition to wear '24/7'??? (for normal 'day-2-day' activities, rather than just training/racing??)
sign up to this free site http://earndit.com and link it to your garmin/runkeeper etc
once you have done about 3 runs you will have enough points to get a free ID band from the vouchers you earn,http://earndit.com/reward/view/id/97/10-gift-card-to-go-sport-id
the rest of the vouchers i found worthless, but it was worth signing up for that, cost me £5 postage thats all.
Another for Road ID
Very quick to send, normally within a week.
I went for the cram alert as it does not need replacing when I move or numbers are changed and you talk to medical help rather than a possibly hysterical next of kin taking the pressure off of the poor sole who is assisting you.
Road ID fab service, i now have a range of colours!
+1 for Road ID... The last couple of years I've bought a new one each year and inscribed it with my "focus race" and the date on, i.e. this year the band is Green for Dragon's Back
Less than £20, shipped from the USA in under a week as others have said
I use a dogtag, but I always thought it would be good if the likes of Garmin included it on the strap of the watch or the heart rate chest strap.
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Don't give Mike Ashley ideas. He'll be tagging us staff next.
Any parkrunners can get their bar code on a credit card, key fob or wristband with ICE details printed. I have one for park run and a couple of key fobs attached to bum bags so I've always got something with me.