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Bosie Boo Out of Range Monitor

Inspired by all those panicked parental moments when you turn around and your little one has decided to play hide and seek, the Out of Distance monitor from Bosieboo is simple yet ingenious.

The monitor will alarm if your child goes outside your designated preset distance. This gives them the freedom and independence to explore without the constraints of traditional manual devices like reins. It also allows mum and dad to have the confidence to let them do so knowing they will always be alerted if they stray a little too far. The furthest setting range for this item is 50m from 5m.
fully rechargeable
charger and belt clip included

Winner of Father's Quarterly Top Gear Award 2007.

Colour: Green/White
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#1
wow that looks real good, im glad netto opening in cardiff soon, looks like it be worth the trip sometime soon as i know im goona need something like that with my boy. heat and rep added
#2
Looks good - but I wonder if it really works??
#3
Jazz
Looks good - but I wonder if it really works??


in OP says winner of Top Gear 2007 awards , that caught my eye and what makes me really interested . Because if they tested this like they do their cars on the show its been thoroughly tested
#4
suggest you buy them all as they are over £15 at other stores nationwide....netto is it a northern shop or something??
#5
rob585
suggest you buy them all as they are over £15 at other stores nationwide....netto is it a northern shop or something??


no but not that many nationwide
http://www.locationwebmaps.co.uk/near2u/753749 type in your postcode and will tell you nearest one
#6
Hot Deal!
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#7
quality piece of kit worth its weight in gold these days ..... heat and rep given :)
[mod]#8
got a netto 2 mins down road from me will pick one up as got 7 weeks until baby is here!
#9
Smart idea.

When we were on holiday - quite a few parents had bought their kids PMR radios - as mine kept scanning their transmissions.
#10
goonertillidie
got a netto 2 mins down road from me will pick one up as got 7 weeks until baby is here!


Normally I would have made a joke and said it would be rather hard for a newborn to go walkies...

But in the current climate, sadly this piece of kit is essential for kids of any age... :-(
#11
Excellent .. I need one for my wife!
#12
good find ;)
#13
if anyone could pick one of these up for me, i will give alittle extra for the trouble.
we lost our 3yr old in a shopping centre 3 months back and this would be a god send.
#14
Adi2K7;2600286
Should get one for the McCann's.


i was gonna say that/knew someone would say that :roll:

these look really good/is a good idea. £5 for a piece of mind is very good!
#15
Adi2K7
Should get one for the McCann's.

awwwwwwwww....naught naughty. I


s the range far enough to stretch to a restaurant round the corner?
#16
Adi2K7
Should get one for the McCann's.


Its abhorrent what has happened to the McCanns.

However, had they been younger and from a council estate - the papers would have been full of their dereliction in leaving their kids unattended while they went out drinking.

OK - they have paid the ultimate price for it - but it would not have happened if they had acted like 99% of responsible parents.

I feel immensely sorry for them - but its about time someone said it.
#17
i thought it was a mp3 player or something. looks well shiny and nice
#18
Sunni
But in the current climate, sadly this piece of kit is essential for kids of any age... :-(


worthless piece of plastic, it's better to educate your kids than rely on technology

and the "current climate" is little different to what it was 20+ years ago, it's mostly media hype...

is every Muslim a suicide bomber ?
is every photographer a paedophile ?

no, but the media would have you believe "they just might be"
#19
soweezy
worthless piece of plastic, it's better to educate your kids than rely on technology

and the "current climate" is little different to what it was 20+ years ago, it's mostly media hype...

is every Muslim a suicide bomber ?
is every photographer a paedophile ?

no, but the media would have you believe "they just might be"


Poop out of a male cow! Look around the country and you'll see that it is scarier place than it used to be. In fact, look around the world and you'll see the same.

I know the media can create a storm out of what they want, but there is a lack of respect and happiness in society. I will be getting one of these and I personally depsair at the thought of what this country will be like when my kids are teenagers. Anyway, I'll put my soapbpx away now...:whistling:
#20
mminghella
Poop out of a male cow! Look around the country and you'll see that it is scarier place than it used to be. In fact, look around the world and you'll see the same.


Ermmm, when was the last atomic bomb dropped?
#21
You mean one of the 2? Stopped a World War pretty quick though.

Now there are thousands, even with unilateral disarmamnet.

Suicide bombers, knives, AIDS...there's 3 examples
#22
all were around 20+ years ago too.
#23
LadyMadonna
all were around 20+ years ago too.


Really? I don't remember hearing about suicide bombings quite so often in 1987, or people being stabbed quite so often. Admitedly, AIDS isn't quite so fashionable anymore.

While every geneartion moans about the next, anyone who can't see that society has taken a turn for the worse has their head in the sand.

However, this is a forum about deals & bargains, so I'll end it here.
#24
this device is aimed at parents of young children, where the safety of those children is concerned it's changed little in 20 years
they're still far more likely to be abducted, murdered or abused by a family member or friend, IIRC (from the advanced child protection course I recently completed) around 80% of cases are commited by family or friends
like I said... better to educate than rely on technology
#25
mminghella
Really? I don't remember hearing about suicide bombings quite so often in 1987, or people being stabbed quite so often. Admitedly, AIDS isn't quite so fashionable anymore.

While every geneartion moans about the next, anyone who can't see that society has taken a turn for the worse has their head in the sand.

However, this is a forum about deals & bargains, so I'll end it here.


knife crime was just as bad, if not worse. Ever heard of the krays? You think that was just a one of kinda thing? Switch blades were a big thing decades ago.

Suicide bombings are more prevelant now due to migration and media coverage. They were always there. kamikaze anyone??

Some things have taken a turn for the worse but no way is it as bad as some make out.
#26
Have to agree with a couple of other posts here and with soweezy. Educate your children and be responsible parents.. don't let them wonder out of view to start with, I know it can happen but this device isn't going to protect your children from the evils out there, to think that it will is foolish.
banned#27
People are buying these for peace of mind to let ther kids wonder, lets hope they work, i personally wouldnt dream of buying one but each to their own
#28
I think it is a good back up in case you are distracted for a moment but some people will think it replaces their responsibility for keeping an eye on the kids and rely on it too much so could end up paying the consequences if it fell off or was removed. Plus it may warn you that little Johnny has exceeded 20 meters but he could be standing in the middle of the road, railway, Neverland Ranch (sorry!), etc. which is 15 meters away.... :thinking:
#29
Would someoned who is going there to get one today please pick one up for me too, and I'll pay them +postage through paypal?
#30
I'm after 2 of these before I go on holiday next month. Sadly I live nowhere near a netto! Is there anyone out there willing to do the honours?? I know it's a lot to ask but if you walk past one and you would be willing to grab 2 then I'd be happy to pay via paypal up front

Thanks in advance to anyone that could help
2 Likes #31
2StepSteve
Have to agree with a couple of other posts here and with soweezy. Educate your children and be responsible parents.. don't let them wonder out of view to start with, I know it can happen but this device isn't going to protect your children from the evils out there, to think that it will is foolish.


Do you guys have kids? C'mon ! Maybe you could explain just how to "educate" a 2 year old hell bent on using every trick in the book to escape and explore.

Get real. As a father of 4 young boys, I should know.
#32
I agree, great as a back up. We have twin 22 month old boys who are very inquisitive just now. How many 'responsible' parents can say they never loose sight of their little ones or they wandered off in a shop etc...
banned#33
Adi2K7
Should get one for the McCann's.


It wouldn't have done them any good. They knowingly left their kids in a place more than the maximum distance this unit can detect.
banned#34
soweezy
this device is aimed at parents of young children, where the safety of those children is concerned it's changed little in 20 years
they're still far more likely to be abducted, murdered or abused by a family member or friend, IIRC (from the advanced child protection course I recently completed) around 80% of cases are commited by family or friends
like I said... better to educate than rely on technology


So how do you educate your kids? Do they stay away from friends and family?
#35
DIVA1977
in OP says winner of Top Gear 2007 awards , that caught my eye and what makes me really interested . Because if they tested this like they do their cars on the show its been thoroughly tested


No it doesn't - it says it was a [SIZE="3"]Father's Quarterly[/SIZE] Top Gear Award.
#36
Firstly let me say that this is a good deal, parents don’t have eyes in the back of their head and there is no way that they can keep an eye on a toddler 24/7 especially when out and about, unless they are strapped down etc (sometimes a ball and chain is more fitting) as often its their ultimate goal to escape your clutches and run off – getting you to chase the blighters etc – and when parents get distracted as they do, that’s when they take their chance.

Admittedly some people are to complacent and this could possibly let someone think that they can take their eyes off the kid for an minute, rather than a couple of seconds, where then they might start wandering off, and that is the danger of this thing – over dependence on technology rather than common sense.

But I have to add though that statements like those of “Sunni: But in the current climate, sadly this piece of kit is essential for kids of any age...” Show that things have got a little blown out of proportion. There were despicable and evil people around 20,40,60 100 years ago, maiming others or worse, but then you hardly ever heard of it unless you lived in the same town – News just did not travel as far and as wide or as fast then as it does now.

I’m not saying there are more, nor any less ‘Bad people’ around, only that we hear about things more readily now than we previously, and this is just food for the media – They just love it and will dramatise it as much as they can.

Has everyone forgotten about the Shannon Matthew's incident……. That played on over sensitive parental fears fuelled by the media, just to try and extort money out of people.

Anyway like I said before, a good just for a little extra piece of mind.
#37
goonertillidie
got a netto 2 mins down road from me will pick one up as got 7 weeks until baby is here!


I don't think you'll need to use it for a while, lol
1 Like #38
termin8r
Do you guys have kids? C'mon ! Maybe you could explain just how to "educate" a 2 year old hell bent on using every trick in the book to escape and explore.

Get real. As a father of 4 young boys, I should know.


Yeah, too many preachers on here with no experience. Respect for having 4 boys :thumbsup:
#39
5m is quite some distance when it comes to sales shopping. hot anyway as you cannot go wrong at the price
#40
termin8r
Do you guys have kids? C'mon ! Maybe you could explain just how to "educate" a 2 year old hell bent on using every trick in the book to escape and explore.


it's called training, something I do on a regular basis for my job, it being working with children aged 6 months to 3 years, just last month was advanced child protection.
I know it's harder for parents but the training is available, in my area anyway, yet it's rarely used which is a shame :?

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