Don't understand the criticism of the one patch per blood type thing. I only have 1 blood type and I'm pretty sure both my feet have the same type. I wear blood type on one boot and a NKDA on the other. Works for me!
I bought the range master shoes and I love them, but if I understand correctly I have to buy 2 of those to have my B+ on each shoe? So 28$ for 2 B+ patch and a bunch of bloodtype patch I will put in trash?
No thanks, sorry for the bad review I really like your products
good idea but probably going to be overlooked by most.
1.lots of people are allergic to sulfa medications so add this.
2.should be able to personalize a order to have way more than 1 of the desired tags.
...but selling a kit of one patch per blood type is kind of weird. Makes a great, tiny gift for your friends with different blood!
Too those who have only one blood type... Use your head... You can't think of anyone else, I've plans on giving several to family that have different blood types and DONATING the other ones to those that could need them... Great products thanks 5.11
Doesn't even make sense to an idiot.........I don't want a bunch of blood types that are of no consequence to me. I would however like several of my own to disperse throughout to minimize the overlook factor. Sorry, this is a no brainer and a no buy.
No issues with the quality/design of the product itself, but why can I only buy a set of different blood types, instead of a pack of my (one) personal blood type? I get it that selling one little patch may not be paying off business wise, but I'd be happy to buy several patches of the same bloodtype in a bundle (one patch on the vest, backpack, uniform shirt, etc.)
The quality of the product is good, but the
lack of duplicates is not. There is only one of each in the kits, so for me I paid a lot more than I thought I would for only one O+ pack. The rest is a waste. I was hoping for at least two O+ patches. So I paid near $10 for one small patch.
Where is B+ AND B- ? I guess we did not make the cut ......
Very good for outdoors men who travel alone. As a first responder I understand the importance of being able to ID medical information in the event the victim is unconscious. Being an avid outdoors men myself who often travels alone far into the wilderness I know the likelihood of things to go wrong and the time it will most likely take a SAR team to find me thus I understand the more medical information I can give responders non-verbally the better. This fits my blood type (A+) right on the Velcro of my med 3.6 pouch perfectly. Inexpensive but important.