Elepho EClip Helps Prevent Parents From Forgetting Babies In Hot Cars

Posted: Jun 22 2018, 10:30am CDT | by , in Technology News


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elepho eClip Helps Prevent Parents From Forgetting Babies in Hot Cars

The elepho eClip ships July 23.

This should be an unnecessary gadget, but hundreds of children have died from being forgotten in hot cars. The elepho eClip is launching in a few weeks to prevent these tragic accidents.

Since records were taken in 1998, more than 700 young children have unnecessarily died by being forgotten in cars.

eClip attaches to a child's car seat, diaper bag, or seat belt you’ll be alerted via smartphone any time you walk away from the car without your baby.

The eClip launched on Kickstarter in 2017 and the device is now ready for release on July 23. According to the company, it is the first low-cost device that helps prevent parents and caregivers from accidentally leaving a young child in the back seat of the car.

Using low energy Bluetooth, the eClip is able to detect when you walk more than 15 feet from your car by alerting you through an interactive app on your smartphone. The eClip also monitors the temperature in the back of your car to keep it safe and comfortable for your baby.

You can pre-order the eClip online now at elepho.com and save $10. This can be a great gift to parents or grandparents taking care of young kids.

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