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Get Ready for the holidays with child safety equipment from Safetots


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With the holidays approaching you’ll be busy planning outings and trying to finish work as soon as possible, before the break. However when visiting unfamiliar places your safety concerns over your child will be higher than normal while you’re out and about. Research has shown that more than 45% of parents admit to being a lot more safety conscious when they are on holiday with their little ones, compared to when they are staying at home.

But you’ll find that often, most parents go to great lengths when it comes to childproofing their homes, but during holidays they don’t take the exact same precautions. Most holiday resorts are not designed with children in mind, so it can be very difficult for parents to keep children safe while at the same time trying to kick back and relax.

If this sounds like a familiar situation, then Safetots can provide you with numerous child safety products to make your holiday as stress free as possible, ensuring you get that well deserved break.

Safetots are specialist suppliers of child safety materials and source their products from A class brands like Lindam, BabyDan, KidCo, and Clippasafe. All our child safety equipments are made from superior quality materials and meet the highest level of safety and security. They are extremely durable and made to last long. All the products are designed keeping your child, as well as you, in mind thus giving a great level of comfort and safety to your child and great peace of mind for you.

They stock an extensive range of child security monitors. These child safety products allow the parents to have a bit more space from their child, but still remain at a comfortable distance so they can quickly and easily reach them if any concerning noise can be heard over the monitor. If the child goes beyond the set distance, they will be immediately alerted by the parental unit of the monitor. One of the popular monitors we sell that can offer great peace of mind to parents, is the Mummy Stay Close child distance monitor. It is a small, lightweight and easy device to use. All you have to do is just attach this child safety equipment to your child’s wrist and the parent unit will sound an alarm if they move outside of your designated area. If your child returns back to the safe area, the alarm will stop beeping automatically.

To enjoy your holidays to the fullest child safety products from Safetots are a must have. To know more about their collections contact them at Safetots Unit 7, The Orbital Centre, Gunnels Wood Road Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG1 2NB United Kingdom, Telephone: +44 (0)1438 728888, email:


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