Safees are personal reflectors that are worn on your clothing, backpacks, strollers, etc. to increase visability after dark. I was sent two safees to review and tested them on my 5 year old. They are easy to use, highly visable, and my son likes them because they come in cute, colorful designs.
Learn more about Safees:
"On average, a pedestrian is killed in a traffic crash every 120 minutes. Almost two-thirds of pedestrian fatalities occur when the light condition is either dark or dark with street lights.
Safees are hard prism reflectors that are attached by a simple pin to your clothes at knee or thigh height. By letting the Safees swing freely, facing traffic, it will reflect oncoming cars’ headlights and increase your visibility, alerting drivers to your presence on the road and giving drivers more time to stop or steer clear and thus avoiding accidents.
Scandinavian countries have the best traffic safety records in the whole world and reflectors are household staples. In fact in Sweden every school child wears one and traffic fatalities involving children are the lowest in the world (WHO: Global Status report on Road Safety).
Safees are manufactured in Finland and are CE and Lloyds certified and adheres to all relevant ISO standards as well as meeting the very high EU standards for environmental consideration; no waste is produced when manufacturing Safees and, naturally, Safees are themselves 100% recyclable.
By attaching an inexpensive, cute and fun Safees to yourself and your child, you can greatly reduce the risk of you or your child getting hurt. Wearing a Safees will reduce the risk of being hit by cars by up to ten times."
You can see how much the reflector in my son's hand really did reflect the camera flash.
How Safees began:
"Safees was founded by Johanna Denize who is originally from Sweden and who grew up always wearing a reflector. When Johanna had her first child in 2010 she immediately noticed that strollers are at great risk for being hit since cars simply do not seem to see them. Johanna desperately tried to find quality reflectors (i.e. hard prism reflectors) to attach to her son’s stroller and herself. Not finding any reflectors that live up to the high quality found in Scandinavian hard prism reflectors, Safees was born.
Johanna is on a mission to increase traffic Safety for children in the US and reduce traffic accidents and fatalities. ‘Something as simple as wearing a reflector will de facto reduce your risk of being hit by a car and potentially being injured for life or even killed. So why not take this easy, inexpensive precaution? says Johanna.“ Our whole family wears them, we have Safees on our clothes, our bikes, our strollers and even on our pets.”
This short video helps show the difference in visability of pedestrians with and without safees.
This is a great product and perfect for back to school. You can order them at Safees website. Safees has generously offered my readers 15% off with code 'Safeessummer2012'. Simply enter the code at checkout for the discount.
Even more generous: Safees has offered to give the winner of this giveaway 5 safees reflectors. Enter on the rafflecopter form. This giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada.
Disclosure: I received product samples for review. I was not compensated for writing this post. All opinions are honest and are my own.
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