Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Well, that was quick!

Probably an automated response... I was on the LA Police Gear website looking at these:
Hazard 4 Blood Type Lacer 2-Pack
and these:
Mil-Spec Monkey Bloodtypes Patch
  and saw these:
Mil-Spec Monkey Sulfa Allergy Patch; also available in penicillin, morphine, and latex.
  and wrote this:
From: D.W. Drang [mailto:d.w.drang@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 12:37 PM
To: info@civilianlab.com
Subject: Allergy patches?

Have you considered making allergy warning tags like the blood type lacers? Sometimes a medic alert bracelet is impractical, and I think these would be more versatile than the velcro patches your competitor sells, and (based on the highly scientific survey of HH6) look better too.
D.W. Drang
and received this:
Info/Civilian Lab info@civilianlab.com
12:42 PM (15 minutes ago)

Hello D.W.,
Thank you for contacting us.
We'll check with our product management department and let you know whether we can fulfill your request.

Best Regards,
Customer Service
Civilian Lab LLC

"Civilian Lab, LLC", makes Hazard 4® Progressive Tactical Gear.

FWIW, MilSpec Monkey never responded to my suggestion about "Clue Meter" patches...


Drang said...

Flight ER Doc on Bill Quick's www.Emergency-Preps.com site suggests that blood type and allergy tags are universally ignored by medical professionals.

Anonymous said...

Interesting, I better catch up with that thread.. don't trust self-reporting? wonder how that compares with medics in combat zones?
-Erik from Seattle