Medical Alert ICEcard Pack

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Product Overview

protect yourself and the ones you love!

Plain and simple, an ICEcard is a card you carry with you everywhere you go. If you are ever in an emergency situation and are unable to speak for yourself, your ICEcard holds all the important information required by first responders to ensure your medical needs are properly and safely met. It also holds the contact details of the people you’ve selected to be notified – just as the card says - in case of emergency. Cards are supplied in packs with matching Key Rings and stickers which help to alert first responders that you are carrying an ICEcard.

The card is made of durable PVC with a fully writable reverse surface. Card dimensions are 54 x 86mm with a thickness of only 0.76mm (Same as your bank card). The ICEcard has been designed with the advice of first aid professionals, and with simplicity in mind. The words ‘IN CASE OF EMERGENCY’ are displayed in bright, bold text along the top right hand corner of the card along with the International (ISO) symbol for First Aid.

Pack Contents

1 x MEDICAL ALERT ICECard with writable front panel for Medical Conditions & Writable Reverse for Emergency Contact Details etc.
2 x Matching key rings  with Writable reverse for one emergency contact
2 x Matching vinyl stickers in Two Sizes



100% Recyclable Card outer with paper sticker seal - ZERO Single-Use Plastic!

No longer supply Metal Split Rings - You let us know this was a waste as most of you add these to an existing key ring.


PREMIUM Pack Version also Available

Do you have multiple medical conditions or a complex medical history? Ensure first responders get all the information they need in an emergency.

Our Medical Alert PREMIUM Pack has an additional Add-On Card included. It has a two large write-on panels on the front of the card and a single large write-on panel on the reverse.

The Add-On card provides extra space for additional medical details, medication, medical history, or to write whatever you think might be important for a first responder to know if you were in an accident or needed emergency care.




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  • 5
    Handy size for wallet

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Feb 2017

    Neat and handy for popping into your wallet.

  • 5
    Medi alert

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Dec 2016

    Well worth getting enough space to put down what you need

  • 5
    ice card

    Posted by Ann Wilkinson on 4th Aug 2016

    This card is brilliant. It is just what l wanted l have adrenal insufficiency dependent on hydrocortisone. I also have Asthma and Diabetic type 2. It is reassuring to know that it will help to contact my husband

  • 3
    Useful but Lacking Space

    Posted by Guus on 8th May 2016

    Products arrived in time and lookmgood however agree with previous comments that limited space on cards is poorly used and prevents one from entering many medical details. The printed labels take half of the width but only need a small strip so that the full width could be used by the customer. Also it seems unnecessary to record the telephone number of the bearer. Lacking is a space to record the age of the bearer.

  • 4
    Good but lacking

    Posted by Stepheninleeds on 23rd Jan 2016

    It serves is purpose very well, in that it does not get damages as card would. I do have an issue however, that is it needs more space for the visually & physically disabled to place details. I know it is limited by size of card of course, but the space on the card could be better utilised. I still recommend it.

  • 5
    peace of mind

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jan 2016

    This is an essential & affordable purchase for anyone that has a medical condition as it gives confidence to the bearer.

  • 4
    Great Idea

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Nov 2015

    This product has given me peace of mind. It is easy to write on but I could have done with more space!

  • 5
    Can't beat plastic

    Posted by goldwing on 25th Aug 2015

    Had many digi type media alerts that have failed me now feel very confident with my cards. Thank you

  • 4

    Posted by Anne Buchanan on 7th Aug 2015

    It's a brilliant idea but I'm terrified to try to write in those tiny spaces! How does one do that with a shaky hand? Will ink rub off that plastic?