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I swear every parent needs an ELPH band for their child. I know as a mom every time I go somewhere I get all nervous about the kids running off or getting lost. Every parent feels this way when there are a lot of people around. Places like the mall, amusement parks, big stores, zoo, and parks get me all nervous so I know I will be putting this band on my youngest for a safety precaution. Plus it is cute band so she won’t fight me on wearing it.
When you get the band by Start Savin” href=”#”>REGISTER it, it is super easy to do online by going to ELPH website or by Start Savin” href=”#”>scan the QR code on bracelet. We added 3 contacts: myself, husband, and her brother- one of us will be able to answer the phone plus we should be in the area. You can also register any medical issues that “the Helper” would need to know.
Who is “the Helper”? The helper is who we teach the child to approach when they are lost or that something happened and they need to reach their parents. The “helper” then calls the number on the band or scans the code. This will trigger an alert that tell the emergency contacts when the ID was by Start Savin” href=”#”>scanned and provides a current GPS location- now that is awesome. Just amazing, this gives me a piece of mind when we got out where there a lot people.
The Helper can be:
- Parent with kids
- Police Officer
- Someone behind a counter
ELPH Bands are available in 3 sizes: Toddler (up to 5.75 inches), Child (up to 6.5 inches), and Adult (up to 7.5 inches). They are also available in two colors, Navy or Pink.
Want to Buy: ELPH Bands are $19.99 each and they come with 1 year of service. Please renew your service with ELPH Band- for $20 a year I say this is by Start Savin” href=”#”>bargain for a piece of mind!
ELPH, a non-toxic, durable wristband provides an easy way for young children to be identified and safely reunited with their parents if lost. Each ELPH band is equipped with a one of a kind QR code and ID number. If a child happens to wander off while wearing an ELPH wristband a Good Samaritan is able to call the number on the ELPH band or scan the QR code to receive the necessary information to reach a child parent or guardian. While the ELPH band provides a way to contact a parent or guardian it does not give out any personal information including a child’s name or phone number. Information can be by Start Savin” href=”#”>updated in real time for any given situation.
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