The Elite Plus has a stainless steel push-button clasp, similar to what you find on designer watches. You simply press the two buttons to open the clasp. Then, slide the band over your wrist and close the clasp. It's that easy.
The shape (including the notch) is actually the same shape that was used for official military dog tags manufactured between 1941 and the early 1970's. Road ID selected this shape for a number of reasons. First, the military dog tag is the most recognized form of identification…
Absolutely! You can securely wear your Road ID and timing chip on the same band. Road ID recommendS that you wear them on opposite sides of your ankle (timing chip on the outside your ankle and ID tag on the inside of your ankle).
The Serial # and PIN can be found on the back of your ID plate. For the Wrist ID Elite and Wrist ID Slim, you can simply take the ID off your wrist and look at the inside of the plate. For the Wrist ID Sport, Ankle ID, and Shoe ID, however, a bit more work is necessary.