Tap2Tag Teardrop Medical Alert Wristband £9.99 various sizes and colours (prime) Sold by AlzProducts and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Tap2Tag Teardrop Medical Alert Wristband £9.99 various sizes and colours (prime) Sold by AlzProducts and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 31st Jul 2017
While looking for a medical alert bracelet i came across these.. from what i can see that are usually £19.99 but amazon have a fair few on offer for £9.99 in various colours and sizes.

they have many uses as you can see below so i thought i would offer it up as a deal see what everyone else thinks.

details from amazon ...

Tap2Tag Medical Alert Wristbands provide a safe, secure and convenient way of carrying your personal medical and emergency contact information with you at all times. A first responder or paramedic can, with the simple tap of their mobile phone, access critical life saving information in the event of a medical emergency.

Many people can benefit from a Tap2Tag, especially those with complex medical conditions. Trying to document many different types of medication, that often changes regularly, can be difficult to remember but also vitally important to have close at hand in the event of a medical emergency.

Anyone suffering from conditions such as epilepsy, diabetes, dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Addison's disease, Crohn's disease, severe allergies, heart conditions or simply taking any prescription drugs can benefit from this device.

Tap2Tag can help you store almost unlimited amounts of information including name and contact details, allergies, medical conditions and medication, notes on what to do in an emergency and even a photograph of the wearer. In addition there is also the facility to load PDF documents into the profile such as care plans, patient passports, Do Not Resuscitate letter or even a copy of their last prescription. All of these documents can be made available to first responders when the device is activated.

It also send a SMS text message to their next of kin when the device has been activated so that they know almost immediately that their loved one is in difficulty (there will soon be a GBP1 charge for this text but can be de-activated if needed).

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Interesting concept, but not sure if paramedics and other healthcare staff would realistically use it in a real-life situation.
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LetoKynes

Interesting concept, but not sure if paramedics and other healthcare … Interesting concept, but not sure if paramedics and other healthcare staff would realistically use it in a real-life situation.


the beauty is it has options to scan or look on the back for further information by what i can tell ... in the modern age i think they actually are the way to go as medics especially im sure would want to make sure they have the right information asap
My sis has just got one of these and a key fob version as well for my parents. They're better than traditional medical bracelets as they have so many things wrong with them they don't all fit on a traditional medi bracelet.
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Teepeezee

My sis has just got one of these and a key fob version as well for my … My sis has just got one of these and a key fob version as well for my parents. They're better than traditional medical bracelets as they have so many things wrong with them they don't all fit on a traditional medi bracelet.


i am also considering the fobs for that reason too in combination with getting a stainless steel links engraved that slides on my fitness tracker band to direct them to it and makes aware i'm anaphylactic and carry epipen. I also dont fancy having to many personal details like name and ICE details on an engraved band that can be seen at all times
Edited by: "sheps" 31st Jul 2017
But wouldn't you need a specific app on your phone's to read the bracelets info ?
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nokiafusion43 m ago

But wouldn't you need a specific app on your phone's to read the bracelets …But wouldn't you need a specific app on your phone's to read the bracelets info ?

No that's the best bit they just need to scan the chip ..
check the video in link to see it in action.. Think it on the black one if you click it as a colour option you should see it.
nokiafusion7 h, 50 m ago

But wouldn't you need a specific app on your phone's to read the bracelets …But wouldn't you need a specific app on your phone's to read the bracelets info ?


Just to add to what OP has posted, the tag works via NFC - just requires a simple tap of the phone against the tag. The NFC function does however need to be turned on for this to work, and people need to know how to use it.

Most modern smartphones come with NFC nowadays.
Edited by: "LetoKynes" 1st Aug 2017
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LetoKynes2 h, 34 m ago

Just to add to what OP has posted, the tag works via NFC - just requires a …Just to add to what OP has posted, the tag works via NFC - just requires a simple tap of the phone against the tag. The NFC function does however need to be turned on for this to work, and people need to know how to use it.Most modern smartphones come with NFC nowadays.

Thanks for explaining that more eloquently for everyone.. I've ended up getting two.. Another for Hubbie so we can keep his complexed medical details on it so at least if the worst happens on holiday etc I can hand band over or scan myself rather than try remember things they likely to ask like the meds he's on.
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