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No More Kids Dying In Hot Cars



What is eClip?

eClip is an innovative device that is easily attached inside the car to help remind parents to remove their baby from the car seat. 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 and advance patent pending technology, 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.

Why the eClip?

Accidentally leaving a child in the car happens too often to loving families each year. Since records were taken in 1998, more than 700 young children have unnecessarily died by being forgotten in cars. Fortunately, this is a tragedy we can help prevent.

How does eClip attach?

Setting up eClip for daily use is extremely easy and only takes a few seconds. Simply attach eClip to a car seat, regular seat belt or diaper bag. You can attach it to even more places with the accessory strap that is included in the box. The on/off switch is designed so a child cannot accidentally turn it off and there are no small parts that pose a choking hazard.

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Click here for more detail about how you can take action: http://elepho.com/ks


Click here for a video demonstrating eClip: http://buff.ly/2rjIqvL

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