I bought a pack of these at Joanns just after Christmas because they were only $1 and I thought they'd be super cute on a scrapbook layout. Imagine years down the road having your grandchildren hearing your voice! But today I saw an advertisement for the Sizzix talking tags and apparently the message is only stored for up to 2 years! WTF? I'm not sure who manufactures the tags I bought, but I'm wondering if anyone has used them and if there is a way to keep the message indefinitely...
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PeaNut 553,849 May 2012 Posts: 147 Layouts: 5 Loc: Way down South
Posted: 1/22/2013 6:48:24 PM
These are sale on another board and there are apparently 2 types...one stores for 1-2 years and the other indefinitely...but you have to have a smart phone to scan the code....wonder how that will work as technology advances.
PeaNut 289,443 January 2007 Posts: 4,279 Layouts: 67 Loc: at the ballpark
Posted: 1/22/2013 6:51:28 PM
I just bought a few over the weekend. My youngest DS is in marching band and after Christmas the marching band went to Orlando to march in the Citrus parade. I took a few videos of them that day and another mom has the performace in front of the grandstands. I wanted to use one of these tags on a layout for him and myself. Now I'm wondering if it's worth it....
"When everyone else is more comfortable remaining voiceless
Rather than fighting for humans that have had their rights stolen
I may not be the same, but that's not important
No freedom till we're equal, damn right I support it" Same Love by Macklemore
"I am no Saint but I belive in what is right" ~Kid Rock
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