*WIN* an alternative to an Easter Egg for your little one – SnapWatch

I can’t quite believe that Easter is almost here again, it really doesn’t seem long since last Easter, when lockdown had not long begun and none of us knew what the year would bring. Here we are again.

My children’s favourite thing about Easter is the Easter hunt. They aren’t especially bothered about the chocolate really, they just love hunting for things in the garden. I normally mix it up with some sweets and chocolate, some plastic or ceramic eggs and lots of clues.

If you are fed up with the amount of chocolate the kids get for Easter and looking for alternative gift options? How about this year they receive a gift that is useful, fun and super cool! 

I’m working with the newly launched SnapWatch, a funky wearable that incorporates truly flexible LED display technology. Made from soft silicone that snaps around the wrist – it’s a gift for kids of all ages and a great way for youngsters to learn to tell the time. With a selection of designs and colours including astronauts, sharks, dragons and unicorns there’s something for every child.

I love the fact that these watches are shockproof, splashproof, recyclable and CE approved. My youngest two love snap bands but as a parent I have never really seen the point in them – now there is a point to them, I love the fact that someone has found a way to make them into a watch!

Telling the time can now be fun and exciting, it’s ‘the snappy happy way to tell time’. No software or app is required, which I think is a bonus – there’s easy 2 button control for 12/24hr time plus date/month/seconds mode.

With Easter just around the corner, your kids can have fun in a ‘snap’ as SnapWatch makes the best ‘irreWristible’ non chocolate gift ever! 

SnapWatch is available online at www.snapwatch.co.uk priced at £14.99 including free P&P – a great gift idea!

Competition Time

Now the really exciting part. I have two of these fantastic watches to giveaway to lucky Mummy Fever readers.

All you have to do is enter the easy widget below.

Good luck!

*WIN* one of two SnapWatches

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • Giveaway will run until April 9th 2021.
  • There are two prizes to be won.
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
  • This giveaway is open to UK entries only.
  • Entrants must be age 18 or over.
  • Data controller for the purposes of this giveaway is Mummy Fever. Your details will not be used for any other purpose than selecting/informing a winner.
  • Winner’s details will be passed to Mustard PR, who are responsible for sending out the prize.
  • All entries will be checked.
  • The winner will be chosen at random from valid entries after the closing date.
  • The winner will be informed via email.
  • Failure to respond within two days may result in a new winner being drawn.
  • Once drawn, the winner’s name may be displayed on this blog post.
  • Entry into the giveaway will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.
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61 comments

  1. The hardest thing about lockdown would be not seeing my friends and the ex being a complete witch.

  2. Not being able to visit my one-year-old grandson and my Nan has been really hard. Thank God for video calls.

  3. Not seeing my family and been stuck at home all the time especially while my partner has been working through the lockdown.

  4. Without question, not being able to see my father, who has now passed away. Depressing, I know, but my honest answer.

  5. Not leaving the house. I was upset about my son being away at Bournemouth but he came back before Lockdown & is still here.

  6. The hardest thing about lockdown for me is not seeing our young nieces and nephews grow up, through their major developing stages and not being able to hug my friends who are struggling with their mental health.

  7. The hardest thing for me was tge mum guilt i suffered. As a key worker i had no choice but to send my children to school so i suffered really badly with the guilt that i was putting them at risk. I felt really bad and cried a lot feeling like i was a bad mum for not been able to keep my little ones home in a safe bubble!

  8. I’ve been totally locked down since February last year, nobody in or out, because I have no immune system. The hardest part has been missing out on seeing children growing as you can never get that back

  9. My family being able to see my little one. He was 4 months when we went into first lockdown.

  10. Tell me the hardest thing about lockdown for you

    l am missing my far flung family, virtual hugs just don’t do it for me

  11. The hardest thing about lockdown was screentime (for all of us). January with all the rain was particularly difficult as it meant getting the kids out of the house was difficult, so we relied more and more on tv, ipad etc.

  12. With certain shops closed, there are some of our staple bathroom products we’ve had to get online at higher prices, which has annoyed me! Not enough to upset me too much, we did get my son’s special shampoo that none of the open shops sell, so we thank Amazon! xx

  13. Like most, the hardest thing has not been able to see friends and family> On line has been great but is just not the same!!

  14. The hardest thing this lockdown has been managing my mental health – the winter, the cold and having the whole house full the whole time has been really tough.

  15. The hardest part for me has been home schooling. I really am not cut out to be a teacher.

  16. Apart from not seeing my mum since November watching my kids be less active is upsetting

  17. The hardest thing for me about lockdown is just the ongoing fear that myself or people I care about might get ill or worse.

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