Tinitell

Wearable mobile phone for kids. GPS enabled.

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Konrad Caban
CEO, SuperMonitoring.com, yourbrowser.is
Very cool. My boy could go play football and not lose the phone! But... why doesn't it have a clock??
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Ben Tossell
No-coder 👉 Makerpad.co
This is pretty cool!
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Jordan FitzsimmonsProduct Manager - Data
This is pretty epic! Looks like the perfect device if you don't want to give your kids a full on phone
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Tarun Gangwani
Product, dev.twitch.tv
I like how the watch/app system enables two way calls; not just calls from the watch alone. The interface is pretty straight forward for a 4-5 year old, and is a great substitute to a flip phone with a much larger margin of error. The newborn to elementary school market is a perfect market for wearables (and generally IoT devices) such as these as they focus on key user problems that require low tech, low cost solutions. The price point is pretty high for how they market it (a way to communicate with your kids). It would be better if they focused on the *why* in their strategy and communicated the raw feeling all parents have -- how can I feel safe with my kids stepping out in to the world with a device that's easy to use for them?
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rsweetlandCo-Founder, FollowUpThen
Great product! I'm just not clear on how intuitive outbound calls would be. It would be great to see a video of a kid making and receiving calls.
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Ela Novac
Hunter
@rsweetland Hej, here is a demo video from our first Tinitell users:
. It is quite easy and intuitive :). Happy Talking!
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