IDonME Frequent Questions
Is IDonMe a Personal Bracelet or Medical Bracelet?
IDonMe is available as either a Personal ID bracelet or Medical ID bracelet in a variety of colors.
IDonMe can also contribute to the safety of children by providing an effective tool to identify medical conditions and facilitate emergency treatment, including situations requiring authorization for treatment of minors or special needs individuals. The bracelet compa rtment also provides extra protection by concealing confidential information from casual view.
Is the IDonMe Wristband Adjustable?
It has a Tri Glide slide made of black elastic. The Wristband is adjustable and the Wristband Size Selection is designed to fit most children ages 3 years and up and most adults.
Can the IDonMe Being Installed on a Shoe?
Runners can attach the IDonMe to shoes by removing the wristband and threading the laces through the compartment slots.
Why Was IDonMe Created?
IDonMe was created by concerned parents who realize that in stressful situations, the ability to remember and communicate critical information may be difficult or impossible.
Does IDonMe comply with the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act?
The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008 established limits of total lead and phthalates content by weight for all children’s products, effective February 10, 2009. Section 101 of the CPSIA provides that any product designed or intended for children 12 years of age or younger must meet these limits. ID Wear, LLC has had all tests required under the new rules performed by an accredited third party testing lab. All IDonMe ® products are in full compliance with the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008.
How much the IDonMe Product Weigh?
IDonMe weighs less than 1/4 ounce.
What makes IDonMe Better Then Other ID Bracelets?
Vital information can be included and updated without engraving, 800 numbers, computer scans, or membership fees. Police and medical personnel are trained to look for emergency medical jewelry and IDonMe will provide critical information in emergency situations.