SnapWatch – The Happy Snappy Way To Tell The Time

SnapWatch – The Happy Snappy Way To Tell The Time!

My boys are both very into the idea of having a watch but I wouldn’t say either one of them copes particularly well with a watch. Jimmy has one with a step counter on it but he finds it hard to do the strap up meaning he leaves it off most of the time and Raffie hasn’t yet been old enough (or with big enough wrists) to find one perfect for him. In step SnapWatch!

SnapWatch are a child friendly way of wearing a watch with a strap which literally snaps around the wrist (meaning it fits all sizes) with a flexible LED screen display which can show the time in both 12 and 24 hour clock formats digitally.

The time piece can bend and roll and the time be seen whether the strap is wrapped around a wrist or flat and they come in 6 cool designs! We went with a shark one for Raffie (as he’s mega into sea creatures – especially sharks) and for Jimmy we chose a plain black as at 8 he wants to be a bit more grown up!

Raffie’s shark band!
With its digital LED display!

The watches are really easy for Jimmy to put on himself and though Raffie struggled at first he soon got the hang of it. He can’t yet tell the time either with a 12 or a 24 hour clock but he’s beginning to learn about time and that this tells it so it will be a great way of learning for him. Jimmy, who goes to the local park with his cousin NEVER has any idea what the time is but he has no excuses for being late home now as he totally gets how to tell time and this watch is one he can absolutely cope with putting on and taking off on his own!

Great little watch for these boys of mine and in fact, a great little watch for anyone – children or adults – I wore Jimmy’s the other day when my FitBit wasn’t charged up!

A great idea and fab price at £14.99 the SnapWatch is a great way to learn about time and a very easy way to be introduced to wearing a watch, They stay on very well and look great – massive thumbs (or wrists) up from us!

We were gifted the SnapWatch in this post as part of a collaboration.

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  1. Hello Ruth

    Well done for a well written article in the local Press p.15 this week “We are all Sarah”.

    Perhaps it’s Time for “women’s dress code” to be discussed to help save lives and personal physical attacks, attempted rapes. This will educate and action women to take up greater personal responsibility for themselves and their friends if they learnt more about male “predatory” behaviour.

    We live in a male-dominant society. Any predator is a hunter, humans are the top of the chain. We have eyes on the front of our face, prey animals have eyes on the sides. Both have different psychologies (predatory = dog or pack) (Prey animals = herd or community).

    See Reverse Psychcology training with master horseman Pat Parelli (2000 visited the Queen to demonstrate new equine psychology). Great lessons for 21stC citizenship, and taking up further understanding of our own roles and responsibilities not taught in schools as yet. Let’s hope we can further teach our young girls and women (community) to look after themselves by not giving out the wrong signals. 21stC Prevention Education and being victims of 21stC fashion. Human females need to understand the sexual desires and heightened awareness (hunting instincts) in males when cued by visual and body language. Dress code can be a life saver, so too making personal decisions on safety. This needs to raise the Bar for women’s safety in groups or alone.


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