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WIN the must-have back to school item for kids – the Spacetalk Adventurer kids watch – valued at $349.

Spacetalk is giving TWO lucky MoM’s the chance to WIN a Spacetalk Adventurer kids smart watch.

With school back for the year, parents are looking to tick off those back-to-school lists and smart watches are fast becoming a must-have item to help parents and kids stay connected.

Spacetalk, the global leader in socially responsible technology for families, has recently launched their Adventurer kids watch. Along with all the features that made its predecessor so popular,  Adventurer adds 4G connectivity, longer battery life, improved water resistance and a heart rate monitor to the list.

Designed especially for kids, Adventurer is a safe, age-appropriate way for parents and kids to stay connected before and after school activities and when parents (inevitably) run late for the school pick up run!

Adventurer’s GPS location capabilities help families feel safe and secure while giving kids the opportunity to build their independence and resilience.

Get your Spacetalk Adventurer in major retailers and at www.spacetalkwatch.com

Designed to work on all mobile network operators throughout Australia

Available in 4 colours – ocean, mist, midnight and coral

  •  Equipped with a 5MP camera, improved battery life, heart rate monitor, blue tooth connectivity and better water resistance, Adventurer is built tough to withstand the daily activity of 5-12 year olds.
  • For kids going back to school or for those parents with kids just starting school, Adventurer provides the perfect way to stay connected and give peace of mind to both parents and kids, reducing separation anxiety.
  • Adventurer provides two-way phone calls and SMS messaging to a parent-controlled list of contacts as well as GPS location updates so parents can see when their kids are on the move.
  • SPACETALK does not give children access to social media, apps, or any other internet services that can be dangerous to children and has a ‘school mode’ inbuilt for distraction-free learning.

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Please note this competition is open from 4 February 2021 until 7 March 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. BucklandWA
  2. T. HydeWA
  • My son is 8 years old. I dropped my son aff to the bus one morning, come that afternoon I sat at the bus stop for 30 minutes before texting the bus driver asking if everything is ok?
    She replied that they are fine and had already passed and my son was not on her bus.
    I burst into tears, called the school, called my partner thinking the worse and all I could do was sit there with my 3 little ones crying coz there was no way of contacting my 8 year old making sure he was ok and to STAY on that bus until it comes back home. My son caught the wrong bus 50 minutes away ????
    If I had one of these I could of called and made sure he was ok and to tell him not to stress and he was safe so he didn’t have to be scared any more and he was coming back home ????????


  • Today at the park my granddaughter was playing and a large birthday party arrived. I couldn’t see her and was concerned. It took me nearly ten minutes to find her and she was trying to find me too.


  • When he was at his first school camp and was trying not to be anxious. A quick phone call would have been really comforting.


  • Gosh the day my eldest decided to throw her banana peel in the bin, but didn’t use the one in the shop, and took herself outside to find the bin, scariest day not knowing where she was!


  • When my daughter joined a netball game and had to compete to a different school yet forgot to bring her epipen for her peanut allergy.


  • When my son park with my mum and her phone was flat so I couldn’t contact them to ask when they were coming home for dinner


  • that was many years ago my kids are all grown up and have kids of their own, I’m entering for them ( grandkids) I made my kids tell me were they were going and they had to call me if they where going any where else, no mobiles then, at least not for us my grandson is 6


  • When they have been at a birthday party where you drop them off and leave them there. At least if they had a Spacetalk Adventurer, they could let me know when they want to be picked up.


  • To be honest I had plenty of freak incidents whereby 2 of my kids with special needs either went missing due to absconding or escaped. Both of them have little or no danger awareness.


  • It would be great to have one of these watches, my daughter really would like one, specially because of the feature to be able to call me when needed. I think it would be really useful for example at school pick up times when we’re running a bit late or misunderstood the pick up up location. Then instead of worrying and looking for each other we could just call each other. I think it’s a very practical watch for kids to have.


  • When he needed to be let into the house as the keys were lost, had ro wait until I got back from work!


  • When I was super busy buying birthday presents after lockdown and we got stuck in traffic on the way to after school pick up the watch would’ve been handy to say hang out at the office as we’re ten mins away. Instead we called the school who had to put an announcement over the speakers and lucky enough she heard the message to go to the school office.


  • They were late coming back to school from an excursion and I didn’t know where they were or when they’d be home. Had to rely on the school facebook page for information


  • when their dad took the twins from daycare without signing them out….time stopped til he finally charged up his phone, saw 12 missed calls, 20 msgs, and rang me. Frantic.


  • when i was running late to pick them up from school


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