Safety Tats Helped Us Have The Best Weekend EVER!
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Quick Stick Write-On! SafetyTats are the proud Winner of the iParenting Media Greatest Products Award. The Tat requires no water to apply – they use a peel-n-stick skin applique. It works very much like a band-aid and the child’s bodyheat activates that Tat so it stays on.
Made with our proprietary tattoo material, Tateck®, this ultra-durable skin safe applique “tattoo” sticker is sweatproof/waterproof and will last an extra long time — up to two weeks — until you are ready to remove it. Perfect for traveling with children, theme parks, school field trips, drop-off birthday parties and play dates, sporting events, scout trips and extracurricular activities.
These skin applique tattoos are shipped BLANK, so you can write your information on them with the included waterproof tattoo marking pen.
18 pack just $19.99 Includes 18 SafetyTats and one tattoo marking pen.
I wanted to review the Safety Tats because my children have special needs. We had a scare several months ago when my 13 year old son was misplaced by school and it took a couple hours to find him. He doesn’t have a cell phone and probably wouldn’t know how to use it if he did. Knows his phone number and address but I have no doubt in a stressful situation he would not remember it. Plus – that is our home phone number and our cell phones are always the best way to reach us. My daughter also has special needs and she is a runner. It takes three adults sometimes to keep her in a safe space.
This past weekend was a huge weekend for our family and every place we went had hundreds of people up to 40,000 people. I absolutely could not risk what would happen if the adults (3-4 of us at any given time) were not fast enough or even turned their backs with my kids. You see the Safety Tat in the image above. It is extremely easy to apply and I simply wrote my cell phone number on it. It should be worn lengthwise but my kids were determined to wear it this way – either way it works; it stayed; it did its job and we are all happy. These are some of the places we went over Saturday, Sunday and Monday. We were able to be a little more relaxed and everyone had a great time because we knew no matter what our children would be okay. We didn’t end up needing the Tats, because they were never out of sight. But the point is – what if… You know those dreaded what ifs…
First we went to Hartford Comic Con – thousands upon thousands of people. This was the scariest of all – people in costumes, coming and going all day long, and my kids excited about every single thing.
As if that wasn’t enough excitement… We then went to a jumbo concert with George Strait, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Cassdee Pope. This had at least 40,000 people in attendance. This had more people but no costumes and people weren’t coming and going. Everyone was coming (of course that was until it was time to go). I wasn’t too concerned they would end up outside of the stadium – just possibly somewhere where we weren’t. Just before the concert was over though I was able to leave before the masses with the children and my husband and older sons caught up to us later. I would not have wanted to try and keep track of my youngest with a mass exodus in the dark. It worked out perfectly with us leaving first.
The academic portion of our three days of fun – a tour of the Nina and the Pinta – replicas of Columbus’ ships.
In between all of this, thee were sprinkler parks and ball games. The Safety Tats never budged until we purposely removed them. It was so much less stressful to have something so simple on my children. We would never have been able to navigate some of the experiences we had this past weekend without some sort of emergency backup plan. Seriously – even with three adults, it is very difficult to keep this two where we expect them to be. Thank You Safety Tats.
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