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Win a TicTocTrack GPS Watch

The competition is now closed and the winner has been drawn at random via the Gleam automatic selection app.
Game of chance permit number – LTPM/14/00651
Our lucky winner is: Sally K



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As my little ones grow and begin to discover the world for themselves I find myself becoming torn between wanting to give them space to explore and become independent little people, whilst doing everything I can to keep them safe and out of harm’s way. Having 4 children now I find myself needing eyes everywhere which can sometimes be a little overwhelming and keeping watch over them all of the time can be challenging when they are usually in opposite directions. I remember my Mum once, or probably many times, saying that she wished she had eyes in the back of her head and now I understand why!  Luckily for our generation there are some great products available to help make us parents’ jobs a little less stressful and I’ve been busy testing out the TicTocTrack GPS watch over the last few weeks to find out what kind of difference technology can make to parenting in the 21st Century.

When we received our TicTocTrack GPS watch I was delighted to find that it was all set up and ready go! We received a lovely welcome email with the watch that provided all of the information we needed.  The TicTocTrack website was very informative and it took very little effort to find our way around the watch and learn how to use all of the great features, which made the whole process smooth and easy….just what a busy parent needs when receiving a new product!

The TicTocTrack GPS watch comes in some fantastic bright and fun colours, making them stand out and really appeal to kids of all ages. The size of the watch is ideal for little wrists and has enough holes to ensure that it isn’t loose.  The straps are also long enough to also comfortably fit an adult wrist. I’d initially worried whether my son would take it off if it wasn’t comfortable but, as the wrist band is made out of a really soft rubber, it doesn’t bother my son at all…in fact he wears it very proudly.

The TicTocTrack watch can be used in either the digital or analogue modes, which is great for older kids who want a cool looking watch that looks, at a glance, like an adults smart watch but also offers a learning platform for younger children who are just figuring out how to tell the time and my youngest certainly enjoys having a ‘big kid’ watch when he borrows it for our little kids big days out.


Thanks to TicTocTrack we are offering our fans the chance to WIN a TicTocTrack watch worth $179.95! Simply enter below and good luck.

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