Product Review – ROADiD Elite, for a little peace of mind

Disclaimer: I received a ROADiD Elite Wrist ID as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming aBibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

Hey hey hey! It’s a Monday kind of Tuesday and there two ways of looking at it. If you’re busy, you have less time to get everything done this week. If you’re not busy, the weekend is closer than it seems!

Every once in a while, I try out a product and review it as one of the perks of being a BibRave Pro. I’m happy to review products for a couple of reasons: 1. It’s fun. 2. It’s cool to find out what is available to boost our quality of life and enhance our active lifestyles and then keep my friends informed about it. I’m so helpful. 🙂

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This checklist will keep me busy. Thanks ROADiD!

This month, I’m taking a look at ROADiD. Truth is, I bought one years ago when I started running out of town or in strange places. They are affordable and useful. I just didn’t see any reason NOT to have one. I even bought one for my daughter, since she started running and riding her bike around the neighborhood. I lost mine, but she still wears hers every single day!

So, what’s a ROADiD you might ask? Well, it’s basically a durable, easy to carry, customizable piece of you. It allows you to have vital information on you wherever you go, even if you don’t want to carry items like phones, wallets, etc. Mine has my name, city, emergency contact info, medical info, and a cool/badass saying. I even get to show a little Navy Pride on mine!

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Mine says, “Suffer better.”

My first ROADiD was the “Stretch” model, and it certainly did the job. This time around I upgraded to the Elite model, which seems a little more heavy duty and just felt like something I’d wear every day. It has a stainless steel clasp, similar to how many dress watches fasten. ROADiD has options too. If you don’t want yet another thing on your wrist, don’t fret. You have options. You can get a ROADiD that is compatible with most watch bands or even one that goes on shoes.

The way I see it, there just isn’t a reason to NOT have a ROADiD. Most of us that run/bike are taking some risks to some extent. We venture off into new places. We push our bodies to their limits. We run at moving vehicles. Fact is, there’s always a chance something can happen to us. With ROADiD, at least I can give somebody a clue of how to help me if I ever needed it and reduce the risk at least a little bit. As the wise Forrest Gump once said, “That’s good. One less thing.”

If ROADiD seems like something you’re interested in, feel free to use code SAVE25BRP for 25% off of any ID.

I also have a $10 off code for just ONE of you. Whoever asks me for it first, gets it. 🙂

 

 

4 Replies to “Product Review – ROADiD Elite, for a little peace of mind”

  1. I totally agree with the fact that there’s really no reason NOT to have one! They are affordable, very easy to put on your watch, and once you put it on, you forget about it even being there. Great review!

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