Lloyds Pharmacy. Child Locator. £9.99. (+£3.95 Delivery if ordering online) Available in Pink or Brown. - HotUKDeals
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Was looking for the Lloyds Carbon Monoxide Alarm online when I noticed these Child Locators exclusive to Lloyds.
They seem to be a pretty good deal although I must stress I haven't got one, and haven't seen them working in real life.
Also not sure if they have them for sale instore but might be worth having a look as it will save you £3.95 on delivery through the online site.
Orders over £40 online are free.

Now reported by other HUKD's as being available instore so best to ask at your local Lloyds !! Thanks to those that reported it available :)



Exclusive to Lloyds pharmacy
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

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 or Pink
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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#2
That looks really useful.
#3
Cute but parents should really keep an eye on their children :-D
#4
col;1456341
Cute but parents should really keep an eye on their children :-D


Keeping an eye on them only works if you are prepared to superglue that eye to them - it's a great idea for 'normal' parents who occasionally lose sight of adventurous children.

Anyone with the type of kid who seem closer to 40 then 4 - need not buy one.
#5
sounds interesting will check out instore to see if they are stocked, thanks
#6
:thumbsup:Will get one for the wife when we are shopping :whistling:
#7
I would consider using this for tracking my wayward cat - does anyone know how much it weighs?
#8
fishfinger
:thumbsup:Will get one for the wife when we are shopping :whistling:


HarryFenner
I would consider using this for tracking my wayward cat - does anyone know how much it weighs?


Not worried about the kids then ! :w00t:

Anyone else got any innovative uses for this product ? :thinking:
#9
well if someone nicks it you'll know where to find them i suppose
#10
hummmm if the range was better I might get one for the xbox :)

lol - seriously they seem quite useful I might get one - our little un is only 9 months old so might be a bit early as she just rolls around at the mo but I've heard once they get onto thier feet they kind of go for it :-o

Is it so loud it sould scare the child ?

Cheers,
worto.
#11
We have something like this that I got a couple of years ago which also beeps the parent unit if the child goes more than a certain distance away - to alert you to the fact that they are on the run!
#12
We have something like this that I got a couple of years ago which also beeps the parent unit if the child goes more than a certain distance away - to alert you to the fact that they are on the run!


cool - does it tell you which direction they ran in or just that they are going out of range!

worto.
#13
i think i might get one too my littleone is two so it would be very useful i might go up their soon and have a look but the only prob is it is miles from my house
#14
We have had a similar one of these and I have to say they aren't much use. They only have a very limited range on them - so keep going off! Quite useful in a theme park or somewhere very busy but we found we forgot one parent was wearing the thing and the other would take the child to the loo or on a ride and the silly thing would be going mad!
#15
If your a bad parent - this is a must for you.

However best way to keep the rascals close is by hiring a au pair..... let the Nanny take care of them....

Anyway how can you lose your kids - bad parenting.......?

Great find, I'm getting one for the cat - not the kids.... you can hear the loud ******s from a mile away
#16
I'll attach one to my [you know what] since all the girls try and steal it.
#17
crazymonkey
If your a bad parent - this is a must for you.

However best way to keep the rascals close is by hiring a au pair..... let the Nanny take care of them....

Anyway how can you lose your kids - bad parenting.......?

Great find, I'm getting one for the cat - not the kids.... you can hear the loud ******s from a mile away


You might find the cat will **** itself and run even further away.

Edit: I just noticed this swear filter is ****ing marvellous.
banned#18
crazymonkey
If your a bad parent - this is a must for you.

However best way to keep the rascals close is by hiring a au pair..... let the Nanny take care of them....

Anyway how can you lose your kids - bad parenting.......?

Great find, I'm getting one for the cat - not the kids.... you can hear the loud ******s from a mile away


Find it funny how many morons think they have the right to comment on peoples parenting when they have never been a parent.

I am not a parent but I can understand how easy it would be too loose sight of a child knowing exactly what I got up to as a kid,

And even if a parent has never lost sight of their child, I am sure the piece of mind will be worth every penny.
#19
hottoshop
Not worried about the kids then ! :w00t:

Anyone else got any innovative uses for this product ? :thinking:


could i stick one to the tv remote? :)
#20
loveabargain
We have had a similar one of these and I have to say they aren't much use. They only have a very limited range on them - so keep going off! Quite useful in a theme park or somewhere very busy but we found we forgot one parent was wearing the thing and the other would take the child to the loo or on a ride and the silly thing would be going mad!


This one seems to operate on a different principle. It's not a proximity alarm so it won't automatically go off if the child goes out of range. This is designed to operate in those circumstances where you've got a child prone to belting off at random times (like toddlers often do when they first get control of their legs) and they get round the corner or into the crowd before you can respond. You have to hit the keyfob button and hope the child is still in range so the alarm will go off. Also handy with those children who like to play hide and seek behind the rails in clothes shops I would think.
I might think about getting one of these, as obviously I'm a "bad" parent (i.e. I've actually got children).
#21
I think its an excellent idea, voted hot.

It'll save me having to keep unwinding and winding the 100 metres of rope I normally keep tied around my kids waist when we go out.
#22
Great deal have been looking for one of these for my 62 year old mother who is ALWAYS wandering off when we go on days out!!! LOL!!!
#23
col
Cute but parents should really keep an eye on their children :-D
One hundred thousand children are reported missing every year in the UK....


and how many % are relocated to " loving " homes where capable adults look after them ?
#24
wolfee
could i stick one to the tv remote? :)


You beat me to it!!! :thumbsup:
#25
No chance of this getting lost in the post then?

HarryFenner;1457277
I would consider using this for tracking my wayward cat - does anyone know how much it weighs?


Harry? How are ANY of us likely to know how much your cat weighs???
#26
What happens if loads of parents buy these and happen to be in the same area (ie a shop) at the same time and one parent tries to use it?.... Just a thought....

And yes I am a parent (of a 2 year old) and totally understand they can have a habit of sprinting off at the most inappropriate moment.
#27
Excellent device. Trust me, kids go missing very easily and it can be a very scary experience.
Mine are older and have mobile phones now though :)
1 Like #28
I have one of these.

I have two children, a baby and a 3 1/2 year old.

It is not always easy to handle a buggy and a pre-schooler, especially as the older child has sometimes gets carried away and runs just a little too far ahead.

OK, so I could shout my lungs out and sound to all and sundry like some fish wife but does he listen? No.

Is he mortified when I 'beep' him and everyone in the proximity turns to look at him? Yes

Does he easily get bored when clothes shopping? Yes... Does he also like hiding under the clothing rails? Yes...
Does my heart stop when I realise I haven't seen him for 5 seconds, has he left the shop, where is he hiding? Beep him and my heart starts beating again as I drag him out from underneath the skirts

These days I just have to threaten to beep him and he comes running back to me.

Worth every penny and more of £9.99
#29
Anyone know if you can get them instore or are they online only?
#30
they are in store at my local pharmacy (gosport) at the desk
#31
I think this is a brilliant idea!!

They are definitely in store - there was one in my local store yesterday.
#32
MrShed
I think this is a brilliant idea!!

They are definitely in store - there was one in my local store yesterday.


Thanks for the update. I'll add that to the OP :thumbsup:

Sorry I did multi quote , should have added the other members who reported it was instore, so thanks to those too !!
#33
Reser
Find it funny how many morons think they have the right to comment on peoples parenting when they have never been a parent.

I am not a parent .


So why are you commenting then?

I am, and this thing is ridiculous.

Cold.
#34
dudedude;1460464
So why are you commenting then?

I am, and this thing is ridiculous.

Cold.


Disagree completely, I have a child with downs who thinks it's funny to run off. He doesn't realise the dangers he could face. So for some people like me, anything which may help is of use!
#35
fryster
Disagree completely, I have a child with downs who thinks it's funny to run off. He doesn't realise the dangers he could face. So for some people like me, anything which may help is of use!


i also think this is a fantastic idea,recall my two year old some few years ago slipping between the clothes rails in shops, i nearly broke down in a split second and all the time he was by my feet hiding under the clothes. these sorts of things are fantasstic for the the parent to remain calm and find their child.

and on a serious note for all those mocking in a **** way not the t.v remote joke cos i thought the same, all though car keys would suit me better. but the negative comments about bad parenting their have been many sad headlines where children have wandered off, or been abducted and such an item could have made a difference at a crucial moment in time. i think these are fantastic, even if they only work for 80% of the time, as someone said in a theme park this is still beneficial.
#36
[SIZE=-1]If Madeline wore one, then there is no sadness for the McCann.[/SIZE]
#37
I am a parent of 3 although the youngest is only a baby, im not really sure if they would work but soft play areas, going on holiday, and like someone said when they are the other side of a rail of clothes in a shop all spring to mind making me think i may try one out:)

it was only on tv a month or two ago saying how easy it is for a child to be snatched from the other side of a clothes rail in a store!:!:
#38
you could use it for the car keys just remember where you put the button thing. my kids are grown up now but one of these would of saved a few scary moments. voted hot
#39
Saffyre
I have one of these.
I have two children, a baby and a 3 1/2 year old.
It is not always easy to handle a buggy and a pre-schooler, especially as the older child has sometimes gets carried away and runs just a little too far ahead.
OK, so I could shout my lungs out and sound to all and sundry like some fish wife but does he listen? No.
Is he mortified when I 'beep' him and everyone in the proximity turns to look at him? Yes
Does he easily get bored when clothes shopping? Yes... Does he also like hiding under the clothing rails? Yes...
Does my heart stop when I realise I haven't seen him for 5 seconds, has he left the shop, where is he hiding? Beep him and my heart starts beating again as I drag him out from underneath the skirts
These days I just have to threaten to beep him and he comes running back to me.
Worth every penny and more of £9.99


See a useful review from someone who has used this product is helpful, rather than idiots with their "bad parent" judgements. As with all these things, YMMV, but it's only a tenner and you can always move it on if it doesn't work for you.
#40
dudedude
So why are you commenting then?

I am, and this thing is ridiculous.

Cold.



Good point, look at the **** people post here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/125958/power-wings-radio-controlled-flying/

Honestly, a radio-controlled flying Pterosaur. What a load of rubbish. It almost makes this device which real people have reported as being useful look useful.

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