Friday, May 28, 2010

Safety Tat Review

logo_safetytat3 I receive three sample Safety Tattoos just in time to use on my son. We were scheduled to go to the Children’s Museum in Minneapolis, MN.
I was surprised at the size of the tattoo. It’s a really large one that would be hard to miss and I would think that’s the point, especially with toddlers.
Yes, my son is almost 7, but that doesn’t change the safety issue when you’re someplace like the Children’s Museum. I think Safety Tats are a must for any family outing be it Disney World, The Mall of America, or the Zoo.
There are several categories from which to choose from:
Quick Stick Quick Stick Write On: Quick Stick Write-On! SafetyTats are the proud Winner of the iParenting Media Greatest Products Award. Tateck® is ultra-durable skin safe applique "tattoo" sticker that is waterproof and will last an extra long time -- up to two weeks.



Original Original Safety Tat: The Original SafetyTat temporary safety ID tattoo with one line of customization. Choose your design, select a quantity, and add your phone number.

Tat kisses Tat Kisses: Simply designed to be placed on your child's hand as a reminder that you are always with him, wherever he may be.
Do you have a child with allergies, special needs or medical alerts? They have Safety Tats for that as well:

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You can even create your own design! The children can help design a tattoo for their own safety!
Lost Child Stats and Facts
Courtesy of Family Safety Expert, Alyssa Dver, Founder of
The Center to Prevent Lost Children
  • Over 2000 U.S. kids get lost every day.1
  • Less than 10% are reported to any authority.2
  • 90% of families will experience losing a child in a public place. 20% have lost a child more than once.2
  • 95% will forever remember the trauma of getting lost.2
  • Parents rank losing a child 5 times more concerning to them than terrorism and 3 times more concerning than abduction.2
  • Kids get lost most often in malls and stores (45%)2
  • 27% of families that visit an amusement park lose a child while they are there. That's nearly 1 in 3!3
  • Only 9% of parents put some form of safe ID on their children.2
  • 76% of parents want to know what to do to prevent a child from getting lost.2
Sources:
1: NISMART2: National Incident Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway and Thrownaway Children. U.S. Department of Justice. October 2002.
2: Wander Wear Inc. parent survey, September 2006.
3: IntiMetrix study, 2002.

With summer vacations just around the corner, this would be the perfect item to add to your packing/travel items list. You can never be too safe.
Here we are back from our day at the Childrens Museum and the Sculpture Garden in Minneapolis:Safety Tat
So many parents thought these were the coolest thing! The teacher thought the tattoos would be good for kids going to the middle school. They could put the tattoo on each kid with their locker combination on them! So many uses!
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MamaBuzz I’d like to thank Safety Tat for their 3 sample tattoos to try. I’d also like to thank MamaBuzz for connecting me with Safety Tat. The opinions were formed based on our experience and may differ from others.

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