Runny nose, sneezing – the cold and flu season is here. Each year up to 20% of people come down with the flu, with activity peaking in February, according to the CDC. The flu fully hit our house just last week with each of us suffering through fevers, body aches, and the whole nine. We each were hit but as a parent watching my children go through it was harder than going through it myself.
There are a few new high tech items from Safety 1st and I’m so glad we were sent these items to help us get through the flu.
Safety 1stProGrade VersaScan TALKING Thermometer: This NEW thermometer takes a one-second reading, plus it talks! It has a human voice read-out option, and the VersaScan can also be used to measure object temperatures, like food and bath water. Other great options include: Fever Light Ring shows red for high temperatures, 30 memory recall for temperature and time, auto shut-off and low battery indicator. It retails for $39.99.
Safety 1st Sound Moments Audio Monitor: When children are not feeling well a monitor is needed more than ever. This NEW monitor features four channels to minimize interference, 600+ Foot Range. The Parent Unit has a quick mute button, volume-sensitive sound lights. While the Baby Unit has a digital clock, soft-glow tap-on/off nightlight and a pager if the Parent Unit is misplaced. It retails for $39.99.
We have one Safety 1st Sound Moments Audio Monitor to also give away.
Main Entry: Tell me how do you get through the flu and what products help your kiddos.
Giveaway ends 2-20-2012