In Case of Emergency Identification (ICE ID) has these stylish, new Qhubeka identification bracelets in stock.
According to Gila Overton of ICE ID, “Essentially the bracelet is for everyone. anything can happen when out and about, from a car accident to a bee sting while hiking. If a person wearing an ICE ID bracelet is involved in an accident, the first person on the scene can read on the bracelet who they are and who to call in case of emergency. The tag also has medical aid details. There is no annual membership fee and no call centre, as all the essential information is on the tag, so there’s no delay in getting the person the best care in the shortest possible time.”
The bracelets are ideal for cyclists, runners and other sportspeople, as well as anyone with a medical condition or allergies – information that is critical if the person is injured and needs medical treatment. The ICE ID bracelets are available in three different sizes. Small is recommended for children, medium for women and large for men.
The strap is made of high-grade silicone and the tag is stainless steel. The tag will be laser engraved with up to six lines of personal and medical information.
“We have been selling In Case of Emergency bracelets for over seven years in South Africa and more recently in the UK,” says Gila. “It started as a family business. My sister was a runner and I was a cyclist, and we saw the need for a product like this, so together we started the business in Cape Town in 2007.”
To purchase a Qhubeka ICE ID bracelet, visit the website. The cost is R179, excluding postage, and this price includes the engraving of your personal details. R50 of the bracelet price will be donated to Qhubeka.