Medical Identification Designed with Children in Mind

| Jan 1, 1999

A new medical identification bracelet specifically designed for children is now available. Called the Safety Sport I.D., it is waterproof and comes in bright colors.

The bracelet is made with waterproof nylon, on which "Medical" or "Diabetes" can appear in large print. Covered by the nylon, on the inside of the band, is a waterproof, coated paper insert on which people can write their name, date of birth, phone number, address, emergency contact, drug allergies, current medications and a one-line medical history.

The recommended retail price is about $7.

For more information contact the Safety Sport I.D. company at (770) 650-0091 or

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Categories: Diabetes, Kids & Teens, Medical ID Jewelry

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