Do you have key information that will be needed in an emergency situation?
- Do you remember your doctor’s name, your insurance info, supplements or medicines you are taking, any chronic conditions or allergies?
- Do your loved ones have all this information on them?
- How will First Responders get access to this information if you are unconscious?
- How will you know when a loved one’s emergency information is accessed?
- Can you keep your basic information available and sensitive information secure?
Dynotag has you covered with an extensive selection of tough, purpose built, ready-to-use Emergency Contact Information (ECI) tags, enabled with dynotag’s rich set of features. Be prepared! No loved one should be without…
– or view a list of popular products below:
Wallet Card Kits
No loved one should be without…
You get a pair of cards – one for your wallet and another one for the keychain or shoelaces. Either card can be used to access vital information you upload. Wallet card is designed to be exactly the same size as a credit card so you can place it up front in your wallet to grab attention – as first responders will look for information in the wallet.
Keychain / Shoelace Minicards
Great for car keys, exercise shoes, or equipment…
Military Style Pendants
Comes with stainless steel chain, can be worn continuously.
Stainless Steel, Military Style Wristband Tag
Comes on a tough, Military NATO Style adjustable watch band. Tough, super visible!
ECI Charm, with Adjustable Chain Bracelet
Comes with a wrist chain, includes bonus charms…
This ECI charm includes an adjustable chain bracelet with a lobster clasp! The ECI Smart Tag charm is is made of coated stainless steel and accompanied by a set of functional as well as a pair of fun charms to clearly convey its purpose to first responders!
ECI Charm with Lobster Clasp
22mm diameter (small) for use with existing jewelry.
ECI Medallion with Lobster Clasp
30 mm dia., (large) for use on property, keychain or large jewelry.
We encourage new users to review our Emergency Information Tags “Best Practices” FAQ page here…