Monday, March 7, 2011

SafetyTat Review and Giveaway

While shopping in a clothing store for children a few weeks back, I lost sight of the baby for about 30 seconds. Those were the longest 30 seconds of my life. We had been playing hide-and-go-seek by peeking through and around a circular clothing rack. Baby D turned out to be a better escape artist than I anticipated. In a matter of seconds, he had crawled under the rack (new move) and made it to the entrance of the store. Scary. I scooped him up after hearing his sweet little giggle behind me. All the while I tried to figure out how he pulled it off when our play area consisted of a four foot wide rack of clothing.

I reviewed SafetyTat shortly after this incident and thought they would be perfect for added piece of mind - especially if you have a non-verbal child. My nephew, for instance, is as tall and active as a six year old, but at two and a half, he is unable to give his home telephone number. SafetyTat would be great for a trip to a beach, mall or birthday party. The fact that I can write my cell phone number (or any other identifying info) on it appeals to my super safety-conscious side. For a slightly neurotic person like me, a trip to the beach or playground might warrant a double SafetyTat. With both cell phone numbers…especially if you have a known wanderer on your hands. And your cell phone reception is spotty.

It was easy to apply. That’s saying a lot because Baby D is a wiggle worm. Peel off the backing, affix to the arm while applying pressure for about 20 seconds. Write in info on the Quick Stick Write-On (or use the pre-printed Original Safety Tat or design your own custom printed labels) Voila!
It Has Withstood 5 Days of Baths and Play
Made of a micro-thin elastomer with medical grade hypoallergenic adhesive, SafetyTat is waterproof and will last up to two weeks.

Large and Colorful Enough to Be Noticed

AND Flattering to Baby D's Mini Bicep

Buy It!

Get 10% off any order $15 or more. Go to and enter HitSendLetGo (case sensitive)
Coupon good March 7 through March 21, 2011.

Win It!

One SafetyTat sample pack of Quick Stick Write-On! labels

To Enter: Visit and answer this question in the comments: What SafetyTat design do you like the best?

You can do any of these things for an extra entry. Make sure to leave a separate comment for EACH thing you do.

1. Follow @HitSendLetGo on Twitter

2. Become a fan of HitSendLetGo on Facebook 

3. Become a fan of SafetyTat on Facebook

5.  Follow my blog via Google Friend.

Subscribe to my blog via e-mail (over there in the upper right hand corner).

Contest ends at 11:59pm EST on March 21, 2011 when I will draw a winner at random. Please leave your email address if it is not visible on your profile. I will notify the winner as soon as the contest ends. The winner will be given 48 hours to respond.

Disclosure: This review was made possible by Mom Spark Media. I received Safety Tat samples for this review and honest opinions were used. The opinions are solely my own. Thank you to who supplied the products for the review and giveaway.


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  8. Karissa23 at hotmail dot comMarch 21, 2011 at 11:45 PM

    I like the QuickStick Write On for girls.

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  11. Karissa23 at hotmailMarch 21, 2011 at 11:49 PM

    I follow on Twitter!

  12. Imba safety tat fb fan!

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