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Pin-Tuck Band 13mm Graphite

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    NP
    04/09/2021
    Nancy P.
    United States United States
    Every ride

    Great and do not hope i have to use it again. will not ride with out it !

    AP
    04/07/2021
    Amelia P.
    Canada Canada
    Love my Road iD Medical Alert Silicone Bands

    The 19mm pin tuck bands are amazing. I ordered three different colours, blue, red, and grey to go with my stainless and black lettered ID plate and the medical alert symbol plate. Innovative company and I’ll definitely be doing business with them again and letting others know how great the process has been from start to finish! THANK YOU Road iD for helping me feel safer when I’m off adventuring : ) I’m SOOO so happy and to top it off the sale prices were amazing I couldn’t pass up purchasing a number of different bands and plates.

    JF
    04/04/2021
    Judith F.
    United States United States
    Love my new Road ID !

    I ordered 2 new Road IDs for myself, and one for my son. I run 6 days a week, and wear the ID every time. My son goes out for a run or bike ride a few times a week. I feel much more at ease knowing we both are ID'd. The bracelets are easy to buckle, and look great! Love the colors!

    RH
    04/01/2021
    Rebecca H.
    United States United States
    Id

    I love it like I knew I would.

    AB
    03/31/2021
    Alan B.
    United States United States
    Well made

    I mostly wear my Road ID on a 19mm band that I purchased for my Fitbit. The pin tuck bands that I got with my order weren’t graphite. They were red, banana yellow and lime green. That said, they are better quality that the 19mm pin tuck strap I have for my Fitbit. The bands are for my son, who has a distain for using a step counting device. He prefers to count them in his head. At least the first responders will be able to call us when he gets hit by a car while distractedly reciting, “eight thousand seven hundred and ninety one, eight thousand seven hundred and ninety two, eight thousand seven hundred and ninety three…"

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