Safees Reflectors Review

As a mom safety is my number one priority. I am always concerned about my little ones being safe. My oldest has recently started riding his bike around the block. I have taught him about car safety, but it’s not always the walker or bikers fault. Sometimes the driver just doesn’t seem them. That’s what I loved about Safees.

A little about Safees: (according to site)

“Safees are pedestrian reflectors that shine brightly when hit by oncoming headlights, warning drivers that someone is in front of them and that they need to slow down and look around. Most traffic accidents involving pedestrians happen at dusk or dark and in twilight, in fog or rain. The majority of accidents happen at road crossings, and most happen during normal daily activities such as children going to or from school, parents getting back from work or grandparents walking to babysit their grandkids.”


The first thing I noticed about Safees is their durability. They are made of a hard plastic that is full of prisms that are put together to allow for greatest reflection possible. You can visit their website  that  explains in detail how they are put together. You can get them in many different characters/designs that your little will for sure like and will want to wear. I know my kids loved them! There as no fight in getting them to wear it when they are outside. For the most part they are in our fenced in yard, but like I always say it’s better to be safe than sorry!

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