Pick of the Week: VibraLite MINI Watch

Our pick this week is the VibraLite MINI Watch, our updated version of the popular VibraLITE Watch made specifically for children’s small wrists. This personalized vibrating watch is ideal for reminding children to engage in any variety of situations. This week only, save 15% on your order of the Vibralite MINI Watch by applying the promotional code BLOGVIBW5 at check out!

The VibraLite MINI Watch has a vibration alarm that won’t disturb others and can also be set to audibly beep when time is up. It can accommodate 12 different alarm setting and has an Auto-Reload Countdown Timer that automatically reloads to a preset time that can be set for seconds, minutes, or hours. The alert duration lasts 20 seconds, but can be stopped manually by pushing any button. The VibraLite MINI also offers a new lock feature and easy-to-read time digits. This watch is water resistant up to 50 meters and also features an electroluminescent backlight for viewing at night.

The VibraLite MINI will fit wrist sizes of 5.50″ to 7.20″ in circumference.

Remember, this week only, take 15% off your order of the VibraLite MINI Watch by entering in BLOGVIBW5 in the promo code box at check out!*

*This offer is valid until August 13, 2013 at 11:59 pm EST. Not compatible with other offers. Be sure there are no spaces in the code at check out!

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