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Child Locator £8.99
Exclusive to Lloydspharmacy
not sure if this is in-store

Locate your child in a crowd with the touch of a button
Cute Teddy Bear Receiver is fun to wear
Works well at the shopping centres, in stores, airports, sporting events, or any other public venue where a child can quickly become lost or abducted
Provides the added confidence of knowing that you have taken extra precautions to protect your child in today's society

The Mummy I'm Here! Child Locator is reliable and very easy to use. Simply attach the Teddy Bear Receiver to your child's shoe or belt. If you lose sight of your child, simply press the Keychain Transmitter and the Teddy Bear chirps, alerting you of your child's whereabouts, while drawing attention to the situation your child may be in.

Why you need it:
One hundred thousand children are reported missing every year in the UK
This excluded the thousands of children that get lost whilst out shopping, causing parents to panic
It doesn't matter how good a parent you are. It has happened to all of us, we look away for a second and in an instant, a child has vanished. Our heart races and our stomach sinks
This leads to approximately 5% of real abductions in the UK alone


Use:
During shopping
While playing games
At the park

Specs:
The Teddy Bear Receiver delivers a loud 56 Db intermittent chirp/beeping sound that functions up to 150 feet away from the Keychain Transmitter.
Brown
Teddy Bear dimensions: 2 5/8" L x 1 1/2" W
Keychain dimensions: 2 1/4"
Both units are water and shock resistant
Comes complete with batteries (2 x CR2032, 1 x 12V/A23 included)
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#1
:thumbsup::-Dgreat item and a great price, will be buying 2 for when i go to disney land at new year. voted hot.
#2
Great idea, also could make the missus wear it when out clothes shopping to prevent big credit card bills.......BEEP... STOP NO MORE SHOES !!! HOT:-D
#3
darts*bear
:thumbsup::-Dgreat item and a great price, will be buying 2 for when i go to disney land at new year. voted hot.


If they all work on the same frequency then I wonder how many will alarm when you press the button
#4
localshop
If they all work on the same frequency then I wonder how many will alarm when you press the button


I'm sure most would rather be safe than sorry, in this day & age especially ;-)
#5
"in this day & age especially" Check the facts, people are living scared.
#6
sargey
"in this day & age especially" Check the facts, people are living scared.


Agree totally, I used to play in the street and out all day "when I wer a lad", now you can't move for paedophiles and weirdo's, so the news says anyway :thinking:
#7
I was just wondering if anyone had one of these as i've seen these posted in the past.
Are they any good, i mean say if your child was to run off and you didn't see which way they went, does this item give an indication or anything, i know it says it bleeps, but how would you know which direction to head in.
#8
big-boy
Agree totally, I used to play in the street and out all day "when I wer a lad", now you can't move for paedophiles and weirdo's, so the news says anyway :thinking:


totally true voted hot cant be to sure whos ,who nowadays
#9
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh296/k9pip1/childbear.jpg
#10
Saw this instore today too
#11
Kimburlee
Saw this instore today too



Thats good Kimburlee save on the postage:)
#12
Just to add, and I don't know if this one has this feature, but I've seen something similar to this in the past. However, the one I saw also set off the childs alarm if they moved a certain distance away from the parent etc holding the 'Master' device. Which could prove invaluable as you may not realise the child has moved away from you before they are out of range for you to be able to set off their alarm!!!
#13
I own one of these and can confirm this has no proximity alarm. You have a remote, the child has the teddy on their shoe buckle.

If you can't see your kid, then press the remote button and then the teddy starts to beep fairly loudly.

Have great fun setting it off in the Apple shop when my lad wouldn't come out of the shop. Pressed the button, it bleeped, all the shop assistants looked round (as they thought a security alarm had been set off) and my lad came running.

Have had a few comments from a couple of people saying there is no need for this type of device. I said that they should try to look after my son for 30mins and see if they can see him all the time in the shops (as he likes to run around all the isles / displays in the shops).

Others thought it was a brilliant idea.

My son thinks its great.
#14
Wife's just bought me one. Voted hot.
#15
Good product, voted hot
#16
I can't see this being a good idea, if a kid's lost, with a large beeping sound going off surely that's telling 'all these wreirdos' that they're 'easy pickings'

Just my opinion
[Holiday Pirates]#17
not sure I like these either, but at the same time, it is an extra precaution!
#18
Dave-T
Wife's just bought me one. Voted hot.


You shouldn't wander too far from her when you go shopping then.
#19
This item from Maplin:
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=99293&criteria=child&doy=20m5
is a proper locator (and at nearly £100 it should be!)

Loc8tor Plus Key, Pet and Child Tracking Device


• Don’t lose it, locate it - find pets, keys, people, model airplanes and much more
• Easy to use - set up in seconds with three different modes: locate, alert and panic
• Locate mode finds tagged items up to 183m away
• Alert mode warns if tagged items go outside a user set safety zone
• Panic tag enables a child or dependent to set off a distress alarm
• Homing tag gives off audio beep and flashing LED
• Ideal for alerting you that a pet or child has strayed outside a set safety zone
• Up to 24 tags / items can be registered per handheld
• The mini tags can be quickly and easily attached with the key ring loop or adhesive strips
• Tag size: 30.5mm x 19.5mm x 8.5mm

The Handheld uses 2 x AAA batteries. Each Tag uses 2 x LR54 or equivalent. Batteries are supplied with all packs
Dimensions11.0cm (4.3”) high x 5.3cm (2.1”) wide x 1.6cm (0.6”) deep.

The award winning Loc8tor Plus features alert and panic modes in addition to the locate mode. Quickly find mislaid possessions, it can even help stop your valuables, pets or children getting lost . In Locate mode, audio beeps and the on-screen directional display guides users quickly and easily to mislaid tagged items even if they are out of sight. Tagged items can be found up to 183 metres away (clear line of sight). Audio and visual directional technology guides you to within 2.5cm of the lost item.

The Alert mode enables an invisible boundary to be set around the Loc8tor - near, medium or far, and warns the moment any tagged item goes out of your preset safety zone with an audio alarm, on-screen display detailing the item missing and a vibration alert. The range can be independently set for each tag.
It''s ideal for protecting your possessions whether you’ve accidentally left them behind, they’ve been stolen or to inform you that your child or pet has wandered off.

Twin packs of extra homing tags (Order code:N63CT) and extra panic tags (Order code: N64CT) are available.

Please Note:
The range of 183 metres is based on clear line of sight. Actual range will vary depending on use, environment and location. Loc8tor mode has been designed to help find your possessions. It should not be relied on to find people. Alert mode has only been designed to act as an aid to warn against items getting misplaced or stolen
#20
Been looking for something like this for ages,thanks - voted HOT!!
#21
Seems like a good idea.. I give my daughter a bit of "freedom" when we are out.. and she is fine.. doesnt go too far away from me.. Cant see the wife using with her thou as she is afraid to move away 2 steps from her.
#22
Should I get this or just wait for my kids to be micro-chipped at school ? It's under the skin so can't get lost.
#23
We lost sight of our daughter once in debenhams and it was the worst few minutes of my life! She ran away past an aisle and couldn't be seen anywhere. We ran straight after her and because of the positioning of the clothes couldn't see her so panicked as the place is full of escalators and people. I went off to alert staff straight away incase someone took her out of the place. Turns out a couple seen her hiding under the clothes rack right next to us even though my husband was shouting for her! :( She thought it was funny to hide.

I think this is a great idea for that instance but I think I would prefer the one that blipped when out of a particular range.. does that one do both? As i was thinking what if your child was within range but couldn't be seen - can you still press a button to beep?
#24
Jesus, what happened to parents using their eyes and actually keeping an eye on their kids? Are parents nowadays so wrapped up in shopping that they cannot know where their kids are?
Sorry, but people like that don't deserve kids.
1 Like #25
this is a joke right?

I mean if you can't find your child then:

1) Why weren't you watching them in the first place?

2) If they're more than a few metres away the they maybe be out of the radiowave range.

3) I'm pretty sure we'd all get a little annoyed if every time we let go of mummy's hand there was a noise simliar to that of a cat been hit by a car.

4) Wouldn't it be so much easy to call them bad parent alarms?

Sorry but does my head in when people go on saying how you can't be too careful these days and all that rubbish how much things have changed. I mean the people who are saying that are the people from the same generation as all these peados! LOL Stop listening to what the media tells you to feel! Fiar enough someone might have been stabbed up last night but what reason do you have for getting beat up? 8 times outta' tens it's gonna' be your own fault. The rest of the time I'm sorry to say is just one of them things that's always gonna' be there and that is that you'll always find some d**khead knocking about no matter where you go.

I'd say I'm a newer generation lad but speaking to my Dad and quite a few other people it's always been the same. I mean f**k me has anyone watched Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?!?!!? That child catcher bloke is deffo a Peado.. I mean who just collects children for the fun of it! LOL And some how I don't think that film was based on the future? Do you?

(I can't wait for the abuse your all about to give me)
#26
mekon
Should I get this or just wait for my kids to be micro-chipped at school ? It's under the skin so can't get lost.


Definitely wait for the microchip. I've heard it's going to be linked to a sub dermal shock collar, so anyone who comes into contact with your child will receive a strong electric shock. True, we may lose a few helpful shop assistants and security guards with weak hearts, but that's a price we need to pay for our children's safety.


Let's face it, this is a product that's preying on people's worst fears. Abductions and child abuse are realistically rare, and the outcome of your kid getting away from you in a shop is going to be a tannoy announcement. If you're really worried about your child, you'd be better off stopping them seeing any of your friends or relatives, as that's the largest offending group when it comes to abuse.
#27
Dave-T
Wife's just bought me one. Voted hot.


Does she know you're using her computer? Anyway why aren't you in school? :)
#28
Bob says:
HotUKDeals: Child Locator - Brown & Pink £8.99
Bob says:
if you need someone to tell you that, you're not fit to be a parent!


ha ha ha ha ha ha my mate msn'd me this!!!!!! i nearly puked! lol
#29
Newspapers today make their sales by peddling paranoia and panic, that's why people think there are more dangers for kids than there used to be. Having said that, losing sight of your child is always emotionally harrowing - and those people who think 'parents should just keep an eye on their kids' clearly have never had any. This thing isn't a substitute for good parenting but it can't do any harm... unless you're stupid enough to think that having one is a substitute for normal alertness. Personally, I wouldn't bother with anything this cheap... I doubt it has the range or reliability to be genuinely useful.
#30
razor951
this is a joke right?

I mean if you can't find your child then:

1) Why weren't you watching them in the first place?

2) If they're more than a few metres away the they maybe be out of the radiowave range.

3) I'm pretty sure we'd all get a little annoyed if every time we let go of mummy's hand there was a noise simliar to that of a cat been hit by a cat.

4) Wouldn't it be so much easy to call them bad parent alarms?

Sorry but does my head in when people go on saying how you can't be too careful these days and all that rubbish how much things have changed. I mean the people who are saying that are the people from the same generation as all these peados! LOL Stop listening to what the media tells you to feel! Fiar enough someone might have been stabbed up last night but what reason do you have for getting beat up? 8 times outta' tens it's gonna' be your own fault. The rest of the time I'm sorry to say is just one of them things that's always gonna' be there and that is that you'll always find some d**khead knocking about no matter where you go.

I'd say I'm a newer generation lad but speaking to my Dad and quite a few other people it's always been the same. I mean f**k me has anyone watched Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?!?!!? That child catcher bloke is deffo a Peado.. I mean who just collects children for the fun of it! LOL And some how I don't think that film was based on the future? Do you?

(I can't wait for the abuse your all about to give me)
#31
No abuse from me I totally agree.

If you fear losing your kids and they are too young to realise the dangers around, keep hold of them or leave them at home.

As a mum of four I totally understand that kids are really quick and can disappear from under your nose, My twins were a nightmare! they still are! but rather than be stressed out searching for them they always had a wrist stap on them or they stayed straped into the pushchair.
however I think this is not going to help. if they are good runners they will be well out of range in seconds. and if someone takes them you have got no chance, beeper or not.


Great for playing hide and seek in the safety of you own home or garden. try putting teddy on mum and let the child look for you.

This reminds me of those lost key beepers which were posted on this site, the review on them were rubbish. I would not put my childs safety or my reassurance in one of these
#32
Picked up one instore today for £7.99 ... but landed up spending more on one of them anti allergy mini light sabres you shove up your nose ... along with an ioniser thingy which was on combined special at £19.99. :-D (And I used a 10% off voucher which was from a pile on the counter)

Voted hot :thumbsup:

To those peeps who think they're gods gift to parenthood and will never lose 'em ... good luck to ya, I hope you never lose 'em.
I've never lost any to date, but I'd rather be safe than sorry, specially with the littlest thinking she's imortal hehe..
They're quick little monkeys who like to play games and don't understand the dangers of dashing off at that age really. :whistling:
#33
Hey MODS?!?!?!

Why did the guys post about the McCanns vanish? Did he delete it or did YOU?
#34
Quattro Man
Jesus, what happened to parents using their eyes and actually keeping an eye on their kids? Are parents nowadays so wrapped up in shopping that they cannot know where their kids are?
Sorry, but people like that don't deserve kids.


So wrapped up in shopping? I hope your post below mine was not referring to me and not deserving my kids!!?

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