Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Tig Tagz ID Wristbands for Kids Review!




Product Description 
You're heading out the door for a fun day out with the kids...have you considered what to do if you and your child are separated? You could put a sticker on their back with your phone number written on it, but those rub off on the car seats. What about writing your number on their arm? That won't work, it can easily wash off. What about a piece of paper in their pants pocket? Hmmm...that can get lost, and who wants a stranger digging through their child's pants. There really isn't a good solution...until now! 

TigTagz ID bracelets are perfect for anywhere your child might get lost. Really cute styles for boys and girls are fun to wear and impossible for kids to remove. By putting a TigTagz ID bracelet on your child, you are ensuring that your vital contact information will be with your child should you become separated. You can even add a medical alert! TigTagz ID bracelets are tear-proof, sweat-proof, smear-proof, and water-resistant. When put on correctly, the only way to remove the bracelet is with scissors. Kids LOVE wearing TigTagz bracelets and you can have peace of mind knowing that your child has such important information right on their precious little bodies!



I received Tig Tags ID Wristbands to review last week and decided to give it a try on Saturday morning when we went to the farmers market.  It's an extremely busy and crowded place.  I placed the bracelet on Cedric before we left and here it is.
It's adorable and the material is strong and durable, I had no problem at all writing our cell phone number on it and best of all Cedric thought they were cool.  I have to say I really like this idea and plan to buy some more, I felt a whole lot safer knowing Cedric had his bracelet and knew that if he got lost in the crowd he could get someone to call us right away.





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