Wednesday, March 9, 2011

SafetyTat Review & Giveaway - Easing Parent's Minds in Crowded Places! - Extended


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I am blessed with one very cautious boy who likes to always hold hands and stay nearby and one very adventurous boy determined to make his own way in the world....that leaves for a tired mommy and daddy at the end of an outing making sure that everyone is safe!  Whether it's going to the zoo, the grocery store, or zipping through an airport, kids can slip out of your hand and around a corner before you can blink (or at least that is how it feels)!  I am so happy that I have the opportunity to tell you about SafetyTat, one product that we truly can't live without!

SafetyTat makes two styles of temporary tattoos for kids:  original and quick stick write-on!  We had the opportunity to try both styles of temporary tattoos and feel that both have advantages depending on where you are heading!  The Original SafetyTat Child ID Tattoos are much like traditional temporary tattoos and are applied with water and last from 1 to 5 days (although the manufacturer recommends reapplying daily, if needed).  The Original SafetyTat temporary safety ID tattoo comes pre-printed with one line of customization.  You choose your design (we picked Stanley Train), select a quantity, and add your phone number.
We've used these in the swimming pool (indoor this time of year) and at many outdoor activities and have shown our kids that if they can't find us to show someone the phone number for help.  Hopefully we never have to experience it, but I'd rather they be prepared!  Through showers, sandboxes, and rough and tumble boys (at times), these have held up well past the 1 to 5 days with a still easily visible phone number.  


In addition to the "if LOST, please call:" SafetyTats, you can also order the original SafetyTat with two lines of text and there are also SafetyTats that include medical conditions, allergies, and more which is great for summer camps, school, or children with special needs.  


We also had the opportunity to try the Quick Stick Write-On which is so great for outings with grandma and grandpa or when cell phones just decide they no longer want to work anymore so you need to change numbers!  My boys loved having zoo animals on their tattoos, so that made these even more fun (many designs are available)!
The Quick Stick Write-on! is packaged blank, so you can fill in your information with the provided SafetyTat pen. Quick Stick Write-Ons will last an extra long time — up to two weeks when applied following the directions!  

One additional great feature of SafetyTat is the TatBuilder that allows you to customize your SafetyTat to include medical alerts, field trip, in case of emergency, and a few more options too!

Buy It!
You can purchase SafetyTats beginning at $9.99 for the Quick Stick Write-On Packs, but through March 23rd, you can save 10% on your order of $15 or more with the code TwoMonkeysandaWashtub

Win It!
One winner will receive a pack of the Quick Stick Write-On Safety Tats!  This giveaway will end on March 31st (Extended) at 10:00PM Central.  I'll email the winner who will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen!

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Disclosure:  I received complimentary product from SafetyTat through Mom Spark Media for review in exchange for my honest opinions.  No additional compensation was received.




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19 comments:

The Teacher's Wife Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 9:37:00 PM CDT  

I would get either the Medical Alert or the Allergy Alert tats for my son's severe soy allergy!
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