Saturday, August 3, 2013

Back 2 School Bash 2: LunaTagz Sponsor Spotlight

LunaTagz

    When I was growing up we walked to school.  My elementary school was just down the street, not too far.  But we did have to walk along a semi-busy street.  When I went to Junior High School my school was a mile and a half down along the same semi-busy street and High School was 2 miles from our house.  The high school was along the same semi-busy street and a very busy street.  Needless to say we had to be careful when we would walk to and/or from school.  At this point I can't imagine Jayden doing that and he won't be for a while.  The school he is going to is too far to walk, plus they have a policy that no one can walk or ride bikes to school.  Everyone must be driven to and from school.  The school is located along a very busy street.  But if he did have the opportunity to walk or ride his bike to school I would have him wear safety gear.  You can never be too safe with your children.  Recently I was contacted about LunaTagz and asked if I would like to do a review.  I thought these are a great safety item for kids walking or riding bikes to school or just around the neighborhood.

Lightning Bolts     LunaTagz are reflective decals for clothing, helmets, bikes, and running gear.  LunaTagz are genuine 3M Scotchlite reflective stickers.  They reflect light up to 300 feet away.  Most packages contain 2 reflective decals.  These stick to fabric, clean metal, glass, smooth wood, and painted surfaces.  They can even be permanently adhered to fabric with a little medium heat from an iron or hair dryer.  These can even be used with pets, attached to a leash or harness.  They are great for walking a dog late at night or super early in the morning when its dark.  LunaTagz come in different shapes like lightening bolts, peace signs, hearts, flowers, skulls, dog bones, paw prints, and more.  They even have some fun ones for Halloween.  

House & Bone     We were sent the lightening bolts, peace signs and dog house LunaTagz.  Although Jayden will not be riding his bike to school I still think these will be great for him to wear in our neighborhood as he is riding his bike.  We get people that drive fast past our house all the time and with the reflection of the LunaTagz I feel better that Jayden would be a little safer.  We do not have a dog at this time, but the doghouse and bones are really cute.  Maybe I can talk John into a new dog and then I would be able to use these.  Halloween is a perfect time for these to be used with all the cars driving around while children are on the streets in the dark. 

LunaTagz are available online.  They are made in the USA. 

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Thank you to Go Green Lunch Box for sponsoring the review & giveaway I was provided the above mentioned products in order to provide a review. I was not compensated in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced. disclosure
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Thank you to LunaTagz for sponsoring the review and giveaway.
 I was provided the above mentioned products in order to provide a review. I was not compensated in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced. disclosure



For extra entries into the Back 2 School Bash 2 leave a comment below with which LunaTagz you like and then grab your entries in the rafflecopter form.  



9 comments:

  1. I love the Skulls and Hearts tagz!

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  2. I would love these for my sons helmets. I also like how far away light is reflected. Thanks for sharing!!

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  3. I can see where these would be handy especially if your child walks to school and its still dark outside or even rides a bike.

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  4. this will be great for helmets or bikes and hats! My kids will love them!!

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  5. I like the Dog & Bone the best.

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  6. I would love these for my kids backpacks and bike helmets!

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  7. I like the Lightning Bolts,
    Joye Rast

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