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Nominate A Friend Who Could Use A Tap2Tag Device

We have heard so many stories from our customers about how their Tap2Tag device has changed their lives and given them and their family's peace of mind. So now we want you to help others by offering them the opportunity of winning one of our stylish K1 wristbands.

Together K1

All you have to do is comment below and tell us why your friend needs a Tap2Tag device.

Please don't quote their full name; initials or first names will do.

There are 5 K1's to give away. As a special treat we are also giving away to the nominator one of these brilliant bracelets (RRP £49.99 each).

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And the WINNERS ARE....

Melanie Bolch

Cliff Haylett

Karen May

Geoffrey Randall

Pete Lacey

Well done to the winners and thank you all for entering.

To confirm your details so we can send out your prizes please go to to update your details. We will then email you to confirm the address.

Terms and conditions

Usual competition conditions apply. All nominees must be over 18 years old and the delivery address for the products must be in the UK. The closing deadline is the 31 May 2018 and the nominees will be notified within 7 working days by email. The judges decision is final. No monetary alternative is offered. Your comments will be reviewed and shared on our website and any other social media platform.

36 thoughts on “Nominate A Friend Who Could Use A Tap2Tag Device”

  • Rachel cracknell
    Rachel cracknell 9th May 2018 at 3:40 pm

    I would like to nominate my friend Catherine she has a couple of complex medical conditions some of which I have and she works as a fitness instructor I think this would be a great idea for her to have on at work

  • Natasha Brown
    Natasha Brown 9th May 2018 at 5:11 pm

    Id like to nominate my friend Karaleigh who lives in Chicago USA...i bought a tap2tag bracelet for her daughter but Karaleigh has ongoing medical problems and it would give me peace of mind to know she is covered too x

  • Claire Mckay

    I would nominate my dad Stuart who is a real legend in all he does for me. Having been unwell recently having a band would give my lovely mum some much needed peace of mind!

  • Richard Holder
    Richard Holder 9th May 2018 at 5:25 pm

    Would like to nominate my granddaughter as she has serious medical conditions as this would help give us peace of mind when she is out and about

  • Fiona Fairgrieve
    Fiona Fairgrieve 10th May 2018 at 10:01 am

    i would like to nominate my Dad who has various health issues,having one of these would give both me and my Mum peace of mind.

  • laura stewart

    would love one for my partner john he is type one diabetic x

  • Richard swift

    Would like to nominate my wife pauline, she has epilepsy, skin cancer and breast cancer,this bracelet would be ideal for her to wear, and notify anyone treating her in the event of an episode.

  • A

    Because it is useful!

  • Ruth Barker

    I would like to nominate my husband,LJB,whos Alzeimers has progressed very fast the last couple of months

  • iain maciver

    I would nominate our own family

  • peter lacey

    I would like to nominate my friend Nicki, a sufferer of CRPS like myself. She has been with me from the start raising awareness for this horrible condition, what a great way to show my/our appreciation.

    • Tap2Tag

      Hi Peter

      Please tell us about the fund raising and awareness campaigns that Nicki has undertaken over the last few years. It all helps to tell the story.

      • Pete lacey

        Hi, it’s not just about the funding, it’s the amount of awareness she has shown & educated so many people, as CRPS is not a recognised condition yet, it’s so misdiagnosed & no cure.

  • Claire Bellis
    Claire Bellis 10th May 2018 at 2:28 pm

    Id nominate my daughter Sîan. These look loke an item she would wear and I would have peace of mind

  • Karen May

    I would like to nominate my Friend Cindy. We have known each other for over 20 years. Cindy was diagnosed with arthritis from the age of 2 years old. Cindy has battled many operations and joint replacements through her life. Cindy is on alot of medications and I believe she would benefit from a tap2tag.

  • Geoffrey Randall
    Geoffrey Randall 10th May 2018 at 2:39 pm

    I would like to nominate my friend Jim. He is diabetic and although he controls his condition very well. He can pass out with very little warning. I am sure this Tap2Tag device would help assess his medical condition very quickly to all those who come to his aid.

  • Marie

    I would like to say my mum with her Heart problems my son wears your band for his epilepsy

  • James Wyatt-williams
    James Wyatt-williams 10th May 2018 at 2:46 pm

    I would like to recommend my mum, Pat, she is 83yr old & living alone, very independent & has had so many falls etc but keeps going on.
    We bought a tracker / two way communication device & this has given her a little independence back, but she has nothing to show her various medical conditions if she was to fall ill away from home.


    • Tap2Tag

      Hi James

      Did you buy the tracker from us? Our Tap2Tag Plus has our Tap2Tag medical alert system built in and is fully mobile with GPS tracking.

  • Fenton calladine
    Fenton calladine 10th May 2018 at 3:13 pm

    I would like to recommend my son as he has a series kidney trouble he would benefit from the tag as if anything happens to him why his was at school it would give us a piece of mind known he is wearing something to tell them about his condition thank you

  • Andria

    I nominate my husband Jimmy who has not only had a brain hemorage but is also diabetic.I have a tap2tag pink one but would love us both to have matching ones

  • Sean

    I would like to nominate Nicola, who like myself suffers constantly with pain 24/7. I myself am now type 2 diabetic through various illnesses.
    Both myself and Nicola are on an abundance of medication so between the various illnesses and medications it is hard to remember them all due to brain fog. The K1 would be of great assistance.

  • Cliff Haylett
    Cliff Haylett 10th May 2018 at 6:38 pm

    I would nominate my wife as she is allergic to antibiotics - this is vital information for any medical procedure

  • Michelle McGuigan
    Michelle McGuigan 11th May 2018 at 12:27 am

    O would like to nominate my husband as he is on wharifin and this is very important information along with his other medication .

  • Andy Kimberley
    Andy Kimberley 11th May 2018 at 6:39 am

    I would like to nominate my brother Dean who has recently been diagnosed with Diabetes, but also has severe learning difficulties and struggles to communicate his needs. It would give me and our family piece of mind when we are not with him.
    Thank you

  • Elizabeth Hindmarsh
    Elizabeth Hindmarsh 11th May 2018 at 12:59 pm

    I would like to nominate my 90 year old extremely independent father who has multiple medical conditions including recently diagnosed early dementia. He uses a mobility scooter and has found himself “lost” on several occasions. This could be a life saver for him

  • robert vine

    i would like to nominate my wife mia, as she is diabetic and also has to carry an antiplatelet card with her

  • Ken Reid

    I would like to nominate my friend Frances as she has multiple medical issues and it would be perfect for her. She was impressed with my mark 1...

  • adrian price

    B -could do with one as she has many allergies and intolerances

  • Alan G Gair

    This is a great product and i would certainly nominate my epileptic son who at 28 still likes his nights out with lads. Although most of his pals are aware of his condition and occasional seizures the data held by this device would be really useful for medics.

    TANIA STANNARD 21st May 2018 at 2:27 pm

    I would choose myself as I have recently had a stroke along with a host of other medical conditions one of which sometimes causes me to faint without warning and my Oh Darren who has Conns syndrome and recently had an active tumour removed from his adrenal gland

  • Melanie Bolch

    My brother-in-law as he's insulin dependant diabetic - Terry

  • Sue lowther

    Graham, peace of mind as very sensible to wear whilst he’s out cycling or hiking

  • Gill Colling

    Can I nominate myself? I'm a typw 2 diabetic and have had a few problems recently resulting in a number of changes in medication. The ones I am on now carry a risk of Hypos abnd I can never remember what they are called!! I am a 24/7 carer and my getting ill has too big an impact to risk!!

  • Angie Hill

    I would like to nominate my husband who had severe COPD & memory problems

  • Ioana Cristina Popescu
    Ioana Cristina Popescu 30th May 2018 at 8:08 pm

    For my dad as every time he delays answering the phone the whole family gets worried and we text and call each other.

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