Tinitell is a wearable phone for kids that gives peace of mind to parents

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Keeping track of kids isn’t always easy and when children are too young to be responsible for a phone or parents would rather not have them distracted with all sorts of features and games, Tinitell may be the answer. It is a simple wrist wearable that allows the child to call up to 12 contacts that have been preprogrammed into the phone by the admin app on the parent’s smartphone, and it allows the parent to track the child via GPS plus make calls to them as well. It comes in charcoal, indigo, aqua, and coral and is dirt and water resistant so children can explore their world with some freedom and parents can breathe easy knowing exactly where their kids are at all times. It is available at the Tinitell website for $126.00, but if you’d like to get a pre-Black Friday deal, you can get the charcoal colored phone for only $109.00 right now!

3 thoughts on “Tinitell is a wearable phone for kids that gives peace of mind to parents”

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  2. I’m not sure about the sizing since I haven’t reviewed the product, but I would think this would be great for an older person. There aren’t a bunch of buttons, they can scroll through an audible list of contacts and select who to call. My only concern would be sound quality. I know my dad would probably not do well trying to hear a conversation through a watch.

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