Tinitell Hides A Mobile Phone Inside Of A Kid's Bracelet [Pics]
The wristphone is a simple voice-activated call system that can call parents and receive calls from other phones.
If you ask any parent, most would say they're not too keen on giving expensive mobile phones to their five-year-olds, but they may change their mind about Tinitell, a small mobile phone that goes around a child's wrist.
Currently raising funds on Kickstarter, this wearable mobile phone is the brainchild of entrepreneur Mats Horn and was designed by Stockholm-based design studio NEWD. Tinitell is a wristphone designed especially for children, allowing them to play freely without their parents or guardians hovering over them. The bracelet phone also helps parents worry less about their safety. The wearable phone is basically a voice-activated call system that can receive calls and call other phones.