The FIXX ID was the first (and only) ID we offered way back in 1999. Our take on the classic military dog tag design, it remains one of the most recognizable forms of ID on the planet. And thankfully, after a brief hiatus, it’s back and better than ever! The FIXX now features a sleek, matte finish for improved legibility, 7 lines of text and a more durable design that just might save your neck one day.
How The FIXX got its name and notch: The All-True Story Behind the FIXX ID Dog Tag
Note: Image options are emblazoned on the opposing side. Chain length 27 inches.
I run daily and always carry my Road ID with me for safety. This is the 3rd time I've ordered from Road ID and my husband and I have been very satisfied with all our IDs. When I recently ordered new IDs to reflect a phone # change, I made a typo on my order that I didn't discover until it arrived. Road ID was very helpful with assisting me to expedite a corrected replacement. We also like the new IDs without the rubber edge (they kept coming off) and darker imprint. Thanks so much for your support and helpfulness.
I was so excited when I saw the new dog tag id offered! I developed a sensitivity to the id bracelets I have worn for years from your products, and I had to stop wearing one for now. I saw the dog tag and got so happy! I received it ******. I love it so much!!! I continue to tell family and friends about your company and the safety benefits of wearing one of these great products! Thank you so mych for another fine option for me!!!!
With the change of health insurance, a new Road ID was needed ASAP so as to safe on the road. Until the Fixx dogtag was re-introduced, I thought that I would have to do a shoemaker’s ‘fix’ and tape a ‘correction’ onto my old Fixx. Now, I have a brand new Fixx... which had an extra line for my motivating credo.
Great product ! Lots of variations of design
I have had a RoadID bracelet for years now, which I tried to have on whenever I road my bike or left the house on foot. The bracelet was not a regular part of my apparel, so it required a discipline to wear it. When I was diagnosed as a diabetic, my Educator suggested having personal identification on me at all times. The dog tag is obviously much easier to wear and I really like it. My Educator had never heard of RoadID, but she has now.