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WatchMinder is a vibrating watch and reminder system. It is simple, programmable, and discreet. This vibrating wristwatch privately cues you through the day.
The WatchMinder was invented by a child psychologist who specializes in attention and learning disorders. Thousands of children and adults to help them remember life’s daily tasks are using this watch worldwide. The WatchMinder is great for managing ADHD, for remembering to take medications and for behavior modification.
- Perfect for all wrist sizes
- Optional color Velcro band
- Rechargeable battery – charger included
- Easy on screen programming
- 65 preprogrammed messages to choose from with 30 daily reoccurring alarms
- Helpful training and reminder modes
- Vibrating alert with snooze repeat feature
When I heard about the WatchMinder I knew it was something that myself and that myself could benefit from. My oldest son sometimes has trouble paying attention when doing education things, my second oldest has trouble remembering to go to the bathroom, and I have trouble managing my day from home life to work life.
What I Like About the Watch Minder
There are just so many things about the WatchMinder that I love. First, despite the fact that it has more than 65 programmable functions the watch is very easy to use after you use it the first time. My first time trying out the watch I was clueless as to what to do but luckily the instruction manual was there to help me out. Another thing I like is the watch can vibrate so if you are out in public or have guests over not everyone has to wonder what the beeping noise is. Instead, in vibrate mode you are the only one who is alerted. I think my favorite feature is this watch is rechargeable. Therefore, I never have to worry about the batteries going dead at the wrong time and wondering where to purchase more from them. You can charge the WatchMinder via your computer’s USB port or you can plug it into the wall.
My two oldest boys and I have used this and it actually works. The vibrating of the watch is not harsh yet it makes sure that you are back focused. Many people advertise this watch for being for people with ADD. However, I would say that I would recommend the WatchMinder to anyone who needs to keep on task. Busy moms can definitely benefit from this watch because it is so easy to become sidetracked from what we should be doing.
How to Connect With WatchMinder
WatchMinder has been so kind to sponsor a giveaway. One lucky winner is going to win a WatchMinder of his or her own. Good luck to all who enter!
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