Tuesday, February 23, 2010

SafetyTat Review & Giveaway


I recently came across a wonderful product that I just had to share with my readers! SafetyTat is a wonderful tool to help you keep your family safe and sound!

About SafetyTat:


It can happen anywhere--at an amusement park, zoo, school field trip, or even your local shopping mall. Your attention shifts for a moment, and suddenly your child or loved one has wandered out of sight.

So put the odds in your favor for a safe return, with SafetyTat. SafetyTat is a fun and colorful kids temporary safety tattoo. We have two distinct types of child id temporary tattoos: "Original" which are customized by us with your mobile phone number and applied with water or "Quick Stick Write-on!" which are peel-and-stick tattoos shipped blank so you can write in your mobile number with the provided tattoo marking pen. 

When applied to the arm of your child or loved one, SafetyTat provides a highly visible form of identification that stays in place even when wet!

"Quick Stick Write-on!" SafetyTats:

-applied without water
-are shipped blank so customers can write in emergency contact information
-are vibrant and opaque, so they work equally well on all skin tones
-ultra-durable
-last up to two weeks
-stretchable, breathable microthin elastomer
-Medical grade adhesive 



 

 SafetyTat temporary tattoos for kids allergy alerts, customized with one line or two lines of information, as noted in each product description. If your child has a food allergy or is allergic to bee stings, certain medications, or exposure to anything of concern, simply list them on the temporary tattoo.

  



 Designed with a soft pink and bright blue flower, this SafetyTat alerts others of your child's Diabetic condition. 




The above are just a couple examples of the many more specific SafetyTat's that are available for parents and caregivers. For allergies, illness, emergency, school, special needs and specific ones for boys and girls!
 I love that I can take my daughters favorite accessory (tattoos) and use them to keep her safe! 

I have not actually been able to use my SafetyTats yet, since we have not really gone anywhere that makes it necessary to use them. However, I will definitely be using them in full force this summer, as we head to the Zoo, amusement parks, the lake and all the other outdoor, crowded activities that come with it! I highly recommend this product and give a huge thumbs up!!!





BUY IT: Head over to SafetyTat today and receive a 10% discount on your purchase of $15.00 or more,  from now until March 6, 2010 using the coupon code:  MAGOH (case sensitive)

WIN IT: Two (2) readers will win a sample pack of Quick Stick Write Ons! (your choice of girl, boy, multi-design pack)

TO ENTER: Head over to SafetyTat and tell me something you learned!

EXTRA ENTRIES: 

1. Follow This Blog

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4. Follow me on Twitter 

5. Sign up here for the SafetyTat Newsletter 

GIVEAWAY OPEN TO RESIDENTS OF THE U.S.A AND CANADA ONLY!

GIVEAWAY ENDS MARCH 22, 2010

****Thank you to SafetyTat for sending me a complimentary sample pack for the purpose of review on this blog****

15 comments:

  1. It doesn't do much good in the winter, unless you want to put it on their foreheads. ;-) I think this product sounds great!

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  6. I understand completely why the inventor used pens to right the allergies on her kids. My Neice is allergic to almost everything. My Sister in Law goes nuts trying to keep all of us aware of all the allergies. This would be perfect for her!!

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