LittleLife Reflective Safety Vest in Yellow Rocket or Pink Butterfly (was £7.99) Now £2.00 C&C at Boots
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LittleLife Reflective Safety Vest in Yellow Rocket or Pink Butterfly (was £7.99) Now £2.00 C&C at Boots

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Found 22nd Aug 2016Made hot 22nd Aug 2016
LittleLife Reflective Safety Vest in Yellow Rocket or Pink Butterfly reduced down from £7.99 to just £2.00 with free click and collect at Boots.

Available in sizes small and medium in both colours.

These fun reflective safety vests from LittleLife make sure children are safe and seen. Ideal for walking to school or family winter walks, they're available in pink with butterflies and yellow with rockets! Medium Fit Age 4+ approx.

- High visibility fabric with refelctive panels
- Simple velcro closure means vest is easy to put on and take off
- Complies with BS EN115

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Edited by: "millarcat" 22nd Aug 2016

It's saying out of stock when I try to add to basket and out of stock in stores near me a shame would have been great for the school runs on our bikes in the winter.

Thanks. This will do for my next rave.

bought these bogof a couple of years back just to keep in the car in case of breakdowns - fab quality and bargain at this price

THIS TRULY IS HEALTH AND SAFETY GONE NOT JUST MAD BUT COMPLETE OF PLANET INSANE!!!!!!!!!!!! BUY THIS AND THEN JUST GIVE UP PRETTY PLEASE... ALTHOUGH I AM HAVING A BREAKDOWN BUT THIS INSIGNIFICANT RUBBISH IS WHAT DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

thomasleep

THIS TRULY IS HEALTH AND SAFETY GONE NOT JUST MAD BUT COMPLETE OF PLANET … THIS TRULY IS HEALTH AND SAFETY GONE NOT JUST MAD BUT COMPLETE OF PLANET INSANE!!!!!!!!!!!! BUY THIS AND THEN JUST GIVE UP PRETTY PLEASE... ALTHOUGH I AM HAVING A BREAKDOWN BUT THIS INSIGNIFICANT RUBBISH IS WHAT DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Great deal will do for my grandkids for going to school this winter to help keep them safe in the dark scottish days

thanks just ordered. would even use on a day out somewhere. When you have 3 children under 6 that go in totally different directions whenever they just decide to make a run for it at least I can find them easier. Have lost a child before for a few minutes. Not health and safety gone mad at all in answer to previous comment!

thomasleep

THIS TRULY IS HEALTH AND SAFETY GONE NOT JUST MAD BUT COMPLETE OF PLANET … THIS TRULY IS HEALTH AND SAFETY GONE NOT JUST MAD BUT COMPLETE OF PLANET INSANE!!!!!!!!!!!! BUY THIS AND THEN JUST GIVE UP PRETTY PLEASE... ALTHOUGH I AM HAVING A BREAKDOWN BUT THIS INSIGNIFICANT RUBBISH IS WHAT DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Oh dear, there is always one! what have these got to do with "HEALTH AND SAFETY GONE NOT JUST MAD BUT COMPLETE OF PLANET INSANE!!!!!!!!!!!!" If kids being seen when out riding a bike, or walking home on the school run is "INSANE", then bring on the insanity. Kids getting run over, when a simple £2 jacket could've saved a few lives is insanity! ! I've bought these for my girls so I can see them more easily when at the park, as until you've experienced that gut wrenching feeling that words cannot describe when you haven't seen them for more than 30 seconds, but spending £2 means you can spot them straight away - take me to the nut house now!

Fab deal! Ordered 2 for when my little ones go camping with their grandparents.

Spakkle

Oh dear, there is always one! what have these got to do with "HEALTH AND … Oh dear, there is always one! what have these got to do with "HEALTH AND SAFETY GONE NOT JUST MAD BUT COMPLETE OF PLANET INSANE!!!!!!!!!!!!" If kids being seen when out riding a bike, or walking home on the school run is "INSANE", then bring on the insanity. Kids getting run over, when a simple £2 jacket could've saved a few lives is insanity! ! I've bought these for my girls so I can see them more easily when at the park, as until you've experienced that gut wrenching feeling that words cannot describe when you haven't seen them for more than 30 seconds, but spending £2 means you can spot them straight away - take me to the nut house now!


Just out of interest did you have a hse jacket on when you went too school???? are you alive??? because literally billions of people manage to survive without one

Great. Just ordered for my 2 year old for when we walk my older boy to school. No pavements here as we're very rural. All kids at the school are issued with them here, so definitely not health and safety gone mad! Most of us have survived our childhood without these, but there are lots of accidents involving children on the roads every year and maybe using these could have saved some of those lives.

Ordered, thank you

thomasleep

Just out of interest did you have a hse jacket on when you went too … Just out of interest did you have a hse jacket on when you went too school???? are you alive??? because literally billions of people manage to survive without one



And children have needlessly died without them, why risk it?

thomasleep

Just out of interest did you have a hse jacket on when you went too … Just out of interest did you have a hse jacket on when you went too school???? are you alive??? because literally billions of people manage to survive without one



..and thousands have died or been injured because they weren't seen. In direct answer to your question, I'm 36, when I went to school there was no where near as many cars on the roads as there are today, and it doesn't even need to be dark to "not see a child". I have known of 3 children killed on the roads in my 36 years [in all 3 cases the driver was not drinkings nor speeding], I wonder if brighter clothing would have enabled the driver see them beforehand - we cant have a Sliding Doors scenario, so I can't answer my own question, but I do know it's just too sad.

It's a simple jacket, on offer at £2, that could allow a child to be seen. Does it affect your life? Maybe, actually, it has and would, if you've ever been driving in the dark (or even in the day for that matter), and a parent has had the foresight to ensure their child can be seen, it would not have crossed your mind, as you saw the child. Ask someone who may have hit a child and see what their thoughts are on this matter? I have a feeling you're against speed humps in residential areas too, and possibly speed cameras. We all moan, never thinking how many may have died or been severely injured. Until it touches your own life. Ask a Road Traffic Officer, or Road Incident Investigator what they think!

Turn your bitterness into positivity, as one day, god forbid, one of us could be that driver. We parents need to be responsible for our kids, and that means making sure they can be seen at night [and day] to protect them, and to protect the possible innocent driver who was simply going about their own business.

It's a pity the designs aren't a little more gender neutral/less stereotyped, but I suppose there's not much one can expect for £2.
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