Rio Reviews WATCHU: Unboxing

It's an 'AMAZING' from Rio! 

We love seeing WATCHU unboxed and Rio has been very excited to get his hands on his new WATCHU. We hear he's off on some pretty exciting trips this summer and we're very envious but also super excited to see some more videos of what he's been up to and how he makes the most of his new gadget!

Click HERE to subscribe to Rio's channel and stay up to date with future reviews and adventures. 

WATCHU In Disneyland Paris

A special thank you to Isabel's dad who sent this photo of her at Disneyland Pairs (can we come next time please!) and left us this comment too. 

When Isabel turned 8 we decided that she needed some freedom, like all parents we worried about her safety and we considered giving her a mobile phone. My wife then attended a  safety presentation held by the police and was told that a smart phone was not suitable, so I started to look for other ways to keep her safe and that's when I found Watchu. We love that it looks like a child’s watch so if the worse happens it would not be taken off her and would fulfil its job. On our recent trip to Disneyland Paris, we were amazed as the tracking was so accurate that you could see which rides and attractions Isabel had used. I would like to say a big thank you to Samantha in Support who has been fantastic sorting any issues we have had. I would highly recommend WATCHU. 

For more information visit HERE to see what WATCHU can do for you! 

5 Best Family Spots: Peak District National Park

5 Best Family Spots: Peak District National Park

1. Ridge Walk Mam Tor to Losehill is an ideal family walk. An easy stretch of five miles and taking around two and half hours to complete. The walk is along simple well laid footpaths most of the way and the ascents are fairly easy. You will head over Mam Tor then follow the crest of The Great Ridge who's grand profile separates the beautiful Hope and Edale Valleys until you reach its end at Lose Hill, another hill with an interesting history. This walk is an amazing mix of natural history combined with vast and beautiful panoramic views into the heart of the Peak District.

2.  Chatsworth House is home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and has been passed down through 16 generations of the Cavendish family. The house is renowned for the quality of its art, landscape and hospitality, and it has evolved through the centuries to reflect the tastes, passions and interests of succeeding generations. Take time to wander through the incredible home and you may be lucky enough to catch an exhibition. For children, Chatsworth has a fantastic farmyard where they can meet ponies, lambs, take a trailer ride and then head to the outdoor play park where they can swing, climb and make a splash. 

3. Take your kids underground and treat them to a tour at Treak Cliff Cavern. Having started as a Blue John mine over 300 years ago, Treak Cliff Cavern continues to mine, process and manufacture ornamental items and jewellery from Blue John Stone today. On the 40 minute guided tour visitors can see the most abundant veins of Blue John Stone in the world and some of the 'finest stalactites' in the Peak District.

4. Chestnut Centre, Otter Owl and Wildlife Park. The Chestnut Centre is an escape from the bustle of life, in a secluded natural valley in the Peak National Park. The centre is home to 4 species of otters including the rare Giant Otter, 15 species of owl, tame fallow deer in the deer herd, foxes, pine marten and the elusive, endangered Scottish Wildcat etc. Truly a ‘Hidden Gem in a Hidden Valley”.

5. Really treat yourself and the family by taking a canal boat tour with Wandering Duck. Wandering Duck is the unique canal boat experience. They offer day tours for small groups of up to 8 people. Their day tours are hands-on; have a go at steering their 69ft Narrowboat, or help work the locks. You can take a day tour or even stay on board for three nights. 

Filter by tag:

Posts tagged "WATCHU GPS"