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Introducing The Ramble Tag -
Designed and made in the UK.

We are excited to tell you about our invention created in 2018 which enables blind and visually impaired people world wide to enjoy more freedom and safety while walking with their guide. 
 
This was invented by my neighbour Tom, who is blind, and myself who acts as his guide when needed.  The concept was from a shared spark of an idea that came to us on one of our strolls with our dogs.   We were chatting about how a guided experience could be made more fluid, and what could give the blind person more independence and the guide more confidence. 
 
The Ramble Tag is the result!  It was designed with love and passion, and a shared understanding of some of the issues that can arise using traditional methods.
 
As it is a contactless guidance method, it is particularly useful for those who wish to avoid touching their guide.  Physical boundaries can also be easily respected, and the overall experience is so easy and comfortable.
Tom and Laura with their dogs using a ramble tag on Lauras arm, while Tom who is blind holds the handle.

Then Ramble Tag developed a range of Tags.

runner sitting happy with wrist sport tag
Tom and I kicking our foot up in the air, standing in a field using the ramble tag. our feet kick towards a super imposed official national diversity awards nomination for 2020

2020 National Diversity Awards!

banner showing that we were national finalists in rnib see differently awards

2019 RNIB Innovation of the Year Awards!

Laura & Tom smiling with a Ramble Tag on Laura's upper arm.
kirsty and chris are running fast with the ramble tag on the guides wrist for chris to hold instead of a tether
We have a range perfect for everyday use, sports, and assistance teams.

An inclusive option, suitable for the likes of stadiums, airports, rail stations and many public spaces.

You can read about the OCS assistance teams in UK airports – more.

model wearing the red and blue ramble tag on her wrist. they are stylish and secure offering a handle instead of a tether.