The cool thing about this version of the bracelet is that the metal tag can be taken off and attached to a fresh band, or vice versa. The bracelet with the metal tag is $19.99. The tags on their own are $16.99 and the bracelet itself runs $3.99 so you get a bit of a deal if you order a whole new set up, which is what I just did.
Road ID has changed the bracelet's deign a little bit, which I really like. In the older model, the velcro tab was the same width as the bracelet. In this updated model, the velco end is now narrower so it slips though the plastic D ring much easier and lays flatter (not that I had any complaints before).
And in the event that I don't survive a fall, I want the doctor to know that I am an organ donor. My bracelet also reminds first responders to look around for a loose horse. I don't want either of my boys to be injured or to cause a wreck as they try to figure out how to get back home.
Road ID is a great company with fabulous customer service, a social conscience, and a huge variety of products for people with active lives. Check them out at www.roadid.com.