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Since Little B started Kindergarten this year he has an obsession with having his name on everything. We have a bunch of name labels that we have on a lot of his stuff. Now we have Zippies all around here too. Zippies are little round ID tags that have different character/animal faces on them. You can use Zippies as a child id and security tag, an id tag on backpacks, coats, key chains, drink bottles or the kids can wear them as a necklace or on their belt loops. Zippies come with an adjustable elastic nylon cord that can fit bottles of all sizes. Zippies are made of soft rubber and come on a carabiner clip.
Zippies has an entire series that you can collect. There's Tazmo, Faina, Bruno, Flops, Chip, Kayla, Paco, Edge, Wally and Ranger. I have Kayla on my keys. I thought I would get Tazmo for my keys but Little B claimed it first. So he has Tazmo on his backpack and Flops on his drink bottle he takes to school. Baby B took claim of Ranger and Chip. What ways can you can use the series of Zippies? At school for coats, backpacks, lunchbags and drink bottles. When I was in high school I was in marching band and during practices we had drinks everywhere and sometimes would forget who had what bottle. Germ city! With the Zippies you know exactly which is yours. Even if someone has the same Zippie as you, you can tell them apart by writing your name on the back of your Zippie. You can also keep a Zippie on your luggage/ travel bags, diaper or gym bags. If your child happens to get separated from you in a store, at the park or on vacation (hey it can happen to the best of us) with a cell number on the Zippie anyone that finds the child can call you.
I think Zippies would make great Easter basket fillers (or stocking stuffers). You can buy the Zippies for $4.98 each or $39.99 for the entire series at zippiesfun.com. You can follow Zippies news on the Zippies Facebook page and on twitter @ZippiesFun.
This post was written for Family Review Network & Zippies who provided the complimentary product for review in exchange for my honest opinions.
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