Anti Lost Child Safety Alarm £11.40 @ Channel Goods - HotUKDeals
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This is a child tracking devise designed to add security and safety for children and parents when constant monitoring of children is not always feasible. Tie the transmitter on the child, and receiver secured to the parent. Set a safety distance (up to 25 meters), when the child is out of the safety distance, the reiceiver will beep (warning tone) and vibrate to remind the parent. The parent can set the system to work indoor or outdoor and depending on this selection the parent module can calculate the distance.
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Not a fan, watch your kids! Don't rely on this as the one time it lets you down you'll regret it.
#3
Benjimoron
Not a fan, watch your kids! Don't rely on this as the one time it lets you down you'll regret it.

Good when you tell them to stay and play in the garden while you cook etc.
#4
What's an 'Anti Lost Child?', one that's been found? oO
1 Like #5
DownHill911
Benjimoron
Not a fan, watch your kids! Don't rely on this as the one time it lets you down you'll regret it.


Good when you tell them to stay and play in the garden while you cook etc.


They may have their uses, but there's bound to be the odd time out and about when you forget to set it and think it's on, only to realise half hour later (slight exaggeration maybe?) that your kids aren't there.
#6
Benjimoron
DownHill911
Benjimoron
Not a fan, watch your kids! Don't rely on this as the one time it lets you down you'll regret it.

Good when you tell them to stay and play in the garden while you cook etc.

They may have their uses, but there's bound to be the odd time out and about when you forget to set it and think it's on, only to realise half hour later (slight exaggeration maybe?) that your kids aren't there.
What about shopping in supermarket scenario?
#7
DownHill911
Benjimoron
DownHill911
Benjimoron
Not a fan, watch your kids! Don't rely on this as the one time it lets you down you'll regret it.


Good when you tell them to stay and play in the garden while you cook etc.


They may have their uses, but there's bound to be the odd time out and about when you forget to set it and think it's on, only to realise half hour later (slight exaggeration maybe?) that your kids aren't there.

What about shopping in supermarket scenario?


Exactly, people will rely on it to look out for their kids, the day it runs out of batteries won't be a good day.
#8
How did we ever cope without these? ...
#9
If I was a kid and had one of these on me , I would have loved to watch my parents whilst I tied this up to a bird :) CHAOS oO
#10
Might work better on Car keys, but then you would also lose the reciever. lol

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