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Saturday, July 12, 2014

MedCenter's Personalized Reminder Alarm Giveaway

Enter the MedCenter's Personalized Reminder Alarm Giveaway. Ends 7/27.
Our next giveaway is for the Your Minder alarm clock from MedCenter Systems. Are you annoyed by the beeping of alarm clocks? Have you ever heard of a recording alarm clock? Instead of the beeping sound, you have someone record their voice as the alarm. This works great for mid-day activities like taking medication or caring for a pet, as the recording can remind you, or your loved one, of what to actually do.

Help keep people organized and on schedule with the Your Minder recording alarm clock. With six ten-second personalized reminder alarms and a red acknowledgement button on top of the clock to shut off the current alarm, you can make sure the forgetful person will stay on track and not miss their daily or weekly medication or activities. Not just for the elderly, you can use it for kids to be reminded of home work or just to help kids take care of a new pet.

Benefits
1) A loved ones voice can be used for all or some of the alarms
2) A great way for a loved one living far away to hear other loved ones voices
3) A great gift for Grandma or Grandpa, especially with the grand children's personalized reminder messages

Examples:

"Good morning Grandma, don't forget to take your morning medications!"
"Dad, don't forget to eat lunch and take the dog for a walk!"
"It's 4:30 PM, please start working on your homework!"

The giveaway is for your own Your Minder alarm clock and is open to US residents who are 18+, void where prohibited. Entries will be accepted through 7/27/14 at 11:59 pm EDT.



Java John Z's and the blogs participating are not responsible for prize fulfillment/shipment. This blog was not compensated in any way for the promotion of this giveaway. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and any other social media are not affiliated with this giveaway. If you have any questions please contact the host of this giveaway.

35 comments:

  1. This would be good for my husband. I could still yell at him to wake up in the morning, even when I'm not around!

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  2. This would be great for my Grandson. He's a little hard to wake up and my son has to keeping going up and down the stairs trying to get him up.

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  3. I would love this for myself. I *hate* waking up to an annoying beep. I used to break my alarm clocks when they'd go off (knocking them off into the floor or even throwing them) so now I have to put my alarm far enough away from my bed that I have to get up to turn it off. :D

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  4. My daughter would love this. Alarm clocks can give her a migraine.

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  5. My grandfather has Alzheimer's and I feel like this would be a great thing for him!

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  6. I would. I take a lot of meds. Especially my morphine IR that I take every 4 to 6 hrs. Right now I write the times I take it on the day on the calendar. What a great idea!!

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  7. This would be good for me since I can hardly remember to take my afternoon meds. I'm up to about 25 prescriptions now and it is getting a little more difficult to keep track of them all.

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  8. My elderly mother to remind her to take her meds.

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  9. my oldest son would benefit from this he forgets his meds all the time.. I forget mine too!

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  11. This would come in handy for both my husband and I to take our meds every day.

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  12. My dad would Definately benefit from this alarm clock.

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  13. My granny would like and needs this!

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  14. I would benefit the most from this clock; I seem to always be late for everything lol :)

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  15. My elderly parents would love this! I'd get my brother and his family to halp record the messages. Thanks.

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  16. My husbands grandmother would benefit so much from this. She takes so many medications during the day and with her husband just diagnosed with dementia (and he was the one that would remind her), it would be nice to have something to remind her that wont forget.

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  17. I'd have to say my wife. She's the only one that uses an alarm clock anymore. Both of my kids are attached to their smart phones and use that for an alarm clock.

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  18. My sons would love this from their grandmother that lives many states away.

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  19. I would love to win this. I absolutely hate that beep sound.

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  20. I would definitely most benefit.

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  21. I would love this for myself. I really don't like to wake up to the beeping.

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  22. This would be great for my father. He's getting a little forgetful and this would be great to remind him to take his meds.
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  23. My mother would benefit the most

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  24. This would benefit my grandmother. She has slight dementia and this would be great to help remind her to eat meals and take her medicine.

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  25. This would be good to remind me to call my mother, or to text her as she is learning how to text and wants the practice!

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  26. My husband would benefit the most from this reminder clock. He forgets everything, and I am constantly have to remind him of things, and write little notes everywhere. :)

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  27. This would be fantastic for my sister! :)

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  28. My son how is Diabetic and has a heart transplants and takes loads of meds

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