Every parent's worst nightmare is losing a child while in a crowded area. Trips to busy places like the beach, zoo, theme parks, baseball stadiums, museums, waterparks, airports (the list goes on) can be great experiences... but also present dangers for young children who can't yet memorize and recite vital information such as names and phone numbers. It only takes a second for children to disappear, and even the most careful and competent parents will admit to at least a couple frightening moments where their child ran off in a public place.
A non-toxic, durable, silicone wristband. It provides an immediate, highly visible form of identification with clear instructions directly on the band. It's easy to use with options to dial in or scan the QR code. ELPH Band does not put personal information, such as the child's name or phone number where people can see it when it isn't needed.
A simple interface is provided to input emergency contact name, email and phone numbers. Additional comments can be entered at the time of data entry to allow the HELPER/Good Samaritan to be alerted to any special conditions of the dependent, such as medical conditions, allergies or other requirements.
Simply choose to register on your smartphone by scanning the band using any bar code reader app available. Or register via this website using the unique serial code on the band. Once completed, you will get a text and email alert letting you know the account profile is active, and to verify the information has been entered correctly.
There are instructions directly on the band with two options for contacting the parent. The toll-free number on the band connects to the designated emergency contact after entering the band's unique code. Or, if they have a bar code app downloaded to their phone, they may choose to scan the bar code. When the bar code is scanned, in addition to the direct call, it will also send alert messages that tell the emergency contacts when the ID was scanned and provides a current GPS location.
$19.99 includes band and one-year service