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Meet the Step2 KidAlert! V.W.S, feel safer when kids play outside with this friendly safety sign is in the yard.
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Meet the Step2 KidAlert! V.W.S, feel safer when kids play outside with this friendly safety sign is in the yard. In a neon color with reflectors and a warning flag, this visual signal alerts nearby drivers to slow down and use caution while driving through your neighborhood. Whether at home, camping, or near playgrounds – set up this kid alert safety sign to remind drivers to use extra caution in the area. Made in USAof US and imported parts.
- Brightly-colored Visual Warning Signal alerts oncoming motorists when children are in the area
- Bright body and reflector belt are easily visible during twilight hours
- Easy set-up and take-down for each play time
- Place at end of driveway or yard to alert motorists to proceed with caution
- For optimal effectiveness, removal is recommended when children are finished so figure is only visible during playtime
- 32" tall warning flag included
- Learn helpful outdoor play tips
- Minimal adult assembly required
PRODUCT NUMBER: 787699
DIMENSIONS: 52.00 H 22.25 W 18.25 D
WEIGHT: 5 lbs
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Reflective decals (incl.) enhance the display nicely. Add your own reflective digits to indicate speed i.e. 20 km.Date published: 2012-08-16Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great Product Great Service! I use it on my yard. It is very cute. I notice that after I have it out, one neighbor bought it too. I really want everybody with kids on my street to have the same. The shipping was very fast. I thought because it was Christmas week I wouldn't get it on time for our family party, but I did! I was very happy! The only concern is to keep it safe. We don't leave in the safest place on earth anymore... Things have changed... So I put a steel chain around de waist and around the palm tree and tied up. Maybe this is something that should be added to a future design!Date published: 2014-01-14Rated 5 out of 5 by Wild Child's Mommy from Thought a kid was darting in front of me I had to hunt it down to buy one! We live on a private circle with small yards. 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