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Safees Review and Giveaway


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Every year about 5,000 people are kill by being struck by a car and nearly 60,000 people are injured. Sadly while those facts are alarming they only account for pedestrians and many of them were children. From dusk till dawn is the most dangerous time to be walking around. Even driving as slow as 30 MPH a car may not see you till they are 50 feet away, leaving little time for reaction.


I was recently given a chance to review a product that hopes to help save lives. Safees are a great new product and one of the highest quality pedestrian reflectors on the market. Better yet they are adorable and there is something for everyone. My kids have been fighting over these since they came in so I was super excited to let them select one and put it on their bags for school. I love that they are so reflective, while my kids are young and not out alone, during the winter months we are often walking into school before the sun is fully up. These bring great peace of mind knowing that maybe just maybe a car will actually see us and have the opportunity to stop. Another great point for me is they meet EU standards for environmental consideration. Infact they produce no plastic waste, everything is used and they are 100% recyclable. The kids can't wait to show their friends next month when school starts :O)

The people at Safees want to help save even just one more life. So they have offered up a giveaway to one of my lucky readers. Please make sure to enter on the Rafflecopter below.
 a Rafflecopter giveaway **I received this product free of charge in order to write a complete and honest review. All views are that of my own and were in no way influenced**

Comments

Stephanie said…
Love the kitties and hearts.
Celebrate Woman said…
I am the animal lover! So any kittens would be perfect!
ChainingMagic said…
I like the City Bear Safies, so cute!
Karren said…
I would like the bears and hearts and think this is a great visibility concept for anyone riding bikes and walking!!
Shayla Burks said…
I like the cellphone one. hehe it's cute.
Angie said…
Love the cell phone one.
Anonymous said…
The is an awesome idea.

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