RFID wristbands are generally designed to be water-resistant, and many can withstand exposure to water to some extent. However, the level of water resistance can vary depending on the specific type and model of the RFID wristband. Some RFID wristbands are labeled as "water-resistant" or "waterproof," indicating their ability to handle water exposure.
It's important to check the manufacturer's specifications and guidelines for the RFID wristband you have to determine its water resistance level. In general, most RFID wristbands should be able to withstand light splashes, rain, or brief immersion in water. Still, prolonged submersion or exposure to high-pressure water should be avoided to prevent damage to the RFID components.