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- SAFETY FIRST: Kid's Field Trip ID Wristbands are great for keeping your kids safe when on school outings. If you became separated from a child at a busy museum or other school field trip, they may have difficulty in communicating to those around them due to their age, or language differences - these wristbands provide the answer.
- WEAR ANY WHERE: These wristbands are designed to hold up through any kind of field trip or outing. They're waterproof and durable, so they won't rip, bleed, or tear throughout your trip. Whether it's a day to the waterpark, zoo, museum, or even the mall, you can count on Kenson Kids ID Bands to help keep your child or student safe.
- THOUGHTFUL DISCRETION: The ID Brands include all your child's essential information to help them in the case of an emergency, but it's all kept safe on the inside of the wristband. This way, passersby and other prying eyes can't read the details, but in a necessary scenario, the information is easily accessible for good Samaritans.
- MOM MADE-MOM APPROVED: Kenson Kids is a North Carolina, Mom owned company based in Youngsville, NC. The "I Can Do It" Reward Chart was the first of a growing product line produced by two moms, Jennifer Edmundson and Jennifer Kent. It is our mission to create durable high-quality products that bring out the best in kids and make parenting easier.
- PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Kenson Kids Field Trip ID Wristbands - 6 Pack - Waterproof and Discreet - One Size Fits All. Multi-Language: includes English, French, and Spanish. Durable. Disposable. Includes fields for Child's Name, Teacher's Name/Phone, Parent's Name/Phone, Emergency Contact, School, and Allergies/Medical/Other.
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I am going to put my info on the remaining ones and attach them to reach out the kid's carseats so my info is with them.
So these didn't work for my intended purpose. I ended up ordering an "Alert Me Band", which is nylon, personalized, and nearly impossible to remove (or your money back). I haven't received it yet, but have heard so many good things about them about how well they do with sensory sensitive kiddos.
The bands are the same that you would wear at a concert, so they are hard to get off without scissors.
They are also very durable if they get wet. My son wore this overnight once and I thought it would be unreadable after his bath but it was still legible.
Some suggestions to make this better:
- Don't make the bands as long (or offer smaller sizes). For small wrists, this has to be wrapped several times and my son was able to get the inside end out and crumpled the band.
- Lower the price. You only get 6 in the pack, which comes out to $1.15 each.
I bought these and they worked awesomely.
One thing though: Permanent markets will bleed through, so use a regular ink pen. It’ll take on it well... except when it won’t. If it gets even the hint of oils from your hand on it, you’ll wind up cursing the day you bought it and it’ll look really stupid (on the inside where you write).
In retrospect I was told I could try to write on something with a little more give like my leg in pants... I’ll have to try that.
It won’t look pretty at the end of the day, but the writing is legible, so no problems there. It serves its purpose.
PS: I also used it for a trip later. Worked well there too. That’s when I found out about the problem with writing on it after I had touched it...