WIN A Boo Bear Keep Me Safe Alarm!!

Did you read my review on the Boo Bear Keep Me Safe Alarm? If not you may just want to read it now (click here), I personally think every child every where should have one. We take Spud's everywhere with us now, it has become part of our daily getting ready routine, brushing our teeth, washing, getting dressed and clipping on the bear!!!

Well now you've read the review how would you like the opportunity to win one for your child/yourself?

I am changing the way I am going to do this competition as I personally think this company needs more recognition. The bear was invented by a school girl, I love the bear and think it need's a lot more recognition.

So YES although I may be using rafflecopter I would like the rules to be followed! I WILL be checking entries, so please don't try and cheat, as cheaters will be caught, and I will ban you from every competition I ever ever host! 

Got it? What you waiting for! Try your luck on winning a bear today!!

69 comments

  1. I'd like to win because I love the idea of my LO being safe. Thanks for hosting this comp and showcasing such a useful product! X

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  2. You can never be two safe, it it can take a second for them to let to of your hand and run off

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  3. I think this is a great idea for youngsters, boys and girls. I can see my youngest boy who's 6 yrs old loving it. It would be great if they could consider doing some different animals such as Monkeys and other colours. I think it could really take off in a big way with the right backing. They could even look into one that could send a signal to a parents phone a bit like a pager so that if you'r in a busy, noisy place you can still get notification.

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  4. It sounds great, anything that can help keep my kids safe gets a thumbs up from me!

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  5. being safe is top priority in this day and age ,thats why

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  6. l'd rather be safe than sorry

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  7. I'd like to win one because it is hard to keep hold of them. My son is 7 but I still worry about him being out of sight. This would make me let him go a bit further away (so he thinks he has some freedom) and it would give me peace of mind.

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  8. would like it for peace of mind, for my 4 yr old. cos you never know so better safe than sorry

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  9. Im following via GFC and I would like one of these for when I do for a run alone.

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  10. Sounds like a great idea.especially for if the child also gets lost,let alone attacked or scared.I would use it to keep the kids safe.

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  11. sounds like a very good idea

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  12. It look great help to keep the children safe

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  13. It's a great idea - mine hate the wrist bands they wear so this would be better

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  14. I love this idea, I'm sure all parents would love to have the extra peace of mind. You can never safe in this day and age!

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  15. Anything to keep my little man safe. He's the single most precious thing in the world x

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  16. Great Prize for Christmas

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  17. what a clever 13 yr girl who manage to think of this idea.
    had followed gfc

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  18. id hate anything to happen to any of my grandchildren so this will be ideal for when they are out and about

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  19. i love my grandchildren so much so anything to keep them safe when they are out and about would be marvellous

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  20. What a great prize , it would be great to have when we take our grandson out.

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  21. you can never be too safe these days

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  22. just the peace of mind for my girl and its an amazing product every parent should have

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  23. I call my 11 year old Boo Bear (she is called Bailey; Bailey Boo; Boo Bear, you get the picture). She has just started secondary school & has to walk home sometimes. This little name sake would make a fabulous companion for her & give me a little more peace of mind.

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  24. As safety for my LO is a big worry for me this would help to ease my worries

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  25. I would do anything to keep my kids safe. So this looks fab. X

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  26. I have felt the horror of losing my little boy once upon a time in a huge shopping centre. I will never ever forget the heart in the throat, sick to your stomach utter despair that stays with you, upping your heart rate until they are back in your arms again! I now have my two little girls, and I would love to try this out. There is no price you can put onto peace of mind, and knowing you have taken steps to make your child even safer can just help you relax just a little more. Thanks for the great review! x

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  27. great product wonderfull idea any thing to keep kids safer
    jillwebb@blueyonder.co.uk

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  28. I think it is important my 4 year old daughter stays safe in the type of society that we live in :)

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  29. for peace of mind and comfort to my precious nephew. What a brilliant invention!

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  30. It sounds like a fab idea, would love the peace of mind!

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  31. sounds like a brilliant product to be safe

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  32. What an amazing product....every child should be given one, because EVERY child deserves to be safe and every parent to feel assured that they are!!

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  33. In our area there have been loads of reports lately of children being offered lifts from strangers and attempts to entice into cars. If the kids had one of these it would alert other kids on the same route home or just other people in the area to help them. One poor lad was found in a street in a distressed state by a woman and taken to the Police station. I think this would be great to keep my kids safe to alert others to danger and to fill them with confidence that if anything happened they could alert me for now or someone else when they are a little older.

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  34. this is an amazing invention and to come from a child is genius. she had targetted a market and i commend her for that

    I would love to win to have a little bit of assurance that my child is safe. we all take our eye off the ball, momentarily and i would love the peace of mind that if my child was to wander away they would be able to alert easily of any danger

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  35. I think its a really good idea and would give me peace of mind
    jen louise jackson

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  36. I'd like it for my teenage niece, we alsways worry about her :-)

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  37. it would be a great idea and it would keep my kids safe

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  38. I think it is important my daughter to stay safe

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  39. its a great product - anything to keep LO's safe

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  40. following on GFC as louise mathema

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  41. amazing idea...will deffo bring this up at my sons nursery x thx

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  42. brilliant...gonna spread the word at my sons nursery x

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  43. A great idea and keeps your child safe x

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  44. i would actually like it for myself being a nurse and working nights im often frightrned walking round on my own not only is he cute and cuddly and pocket sized i think he would help keep my nerves a bay!

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  45. Would definately put me more at ease taking my little one to a big mall!

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  46. I'd like to win one for my granddaughter, I don't think you can ever be too safe and I am old enough to remember what happened to Jamie Bulger

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  47. It would give me peace of mind

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  48. Helen twitter @TweetwithHelen29 November 2012 at 19:00

    As a grandma, I'm much more aware than I was with my own children, wben I go shopping with my granddaughter (age 5) I need eyes in the back of my head, this alarm would be perfect. Congratulations to Forrest Smyth for such a fab idea.

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  49. The fact that a school girl made it, that is one clever girl! I totally agree that more recognition is needed.

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  50. To keep Kai safe

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  51. As a mum I feel I can never do enough to keep my wee ones safe - wrapping them in bubble wrap and putting them in a locked padded room might make me relax a bit but I'm not sure they would be too keen :D
    This would give me a wee bit of reassurance that they were as safe as can be when we are out and about - great idea :)x

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  52. I am already a subscriber to your emails :)

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  53. My son has autism and cannot talk yet so this would be so useful if he got lost in a busy place, to teach him to sound the alarm so I could find him.

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  54. Following by GFC as Happy Homebird

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  55. im always worrying about my daughter as she is so hyper and always trying to cut loose rom me so this is a fab idea x

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