Laser-Engraved PetID by RoadID Silences Pet Tags $20
Does it do what it promises?
Is it well-made?
Is it a good value?
The core of the system is a small (there are multiple sizes) metal plate, laser-engraved with identification, contact, and medical information in teensy but still readable type.
The metal tags attach to various wristbands, shoelaces, bracelets, and now dog, cat, and other animal collars. The tags have an “O” ring at each end that stretches around the collar when inserted into the rings. This creates a noiseless identification tag for animals. and I know this feature is important to some.
Sizes for both dogs and cats.
One less jangly noise from your pet’s collar.
You and your animal can have matching IDs, different information and attached differently, but still the same.
It may take a moment for a rescuer to find this ID on the collar, especially on a longer-haired animal.
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I have had many years of good experiences with the RoadID line of personal and medical identification products, first designed for runners, cyclists, and other athletes. I am wearing one right now.
The core of the new PetID system is a small (there are multiple sizes) metal plate, laser-engraved with identification, contact, and medical information in teensy but still readable type. The engraving quality is excellent.
The metal tags attach to various wristbands, smartwatches, shoes, bracelets, and now dog, cat, and other animal collars. They have special wrist bands that kids like and parents should buy.
The pet tags have an “O” ring at each end that stretches around the pet’s collar when it is inserted into both rings. This creates a noiseless identification tag for animals. and I know this feature is important to some.
You provide the collar so your choice is only limited by collar width versus what the two sizes of “O” rings will accept.
The small/medium PetID is designed for collars a half-inch wide. The large collar is for collars one-inch wide.
This makes dogs, cats, and other animals eligible for the PetID.
This review is based on my experience with RoadID, user reviews, and its simple design — not (yet) personal use.
Elionora wants this tag for Nick’s Fi Smart Dog Collar, so I expect to be ordering soon.
If you need one of these for your dog, please consider a human version for yourself. Mine carries, besides my name and contacts, some medical information, and my Kaiser-Permanente Medical Record Number, which allows any doctor emergency access to all my important medical records. RoadID offers a significant First Responder discount.
I am very pleased to be able to recommend a company and a product line that has enhanced my personal safety for almost two decades.
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