The Keepsake Box by Password Journal serves as an electronic safe to help protect kids' treasures and memories. It is password-protected, and kids use their own voice to record the password. They can also choose from three security settings. The lowest requires no password, while the highest requires perfect pronunciation of the password. There is plenty of space inside for storing personal belongings and mementoes, including a secret storage compartment. Plus, the digital memory recording feature lets kids record and play back cherished memories. With the six colored keys and 12 matching stickers, kids can digitally record and tag memories to each of the keepsakes inside. Just place a sticker on an item, then insert the matching key into the box to verbally record your memory. Later, use the same key to unlock and play back your recording so you can remember the meaning of each item for years to come.
This electronic box helps kids keep their belongings and memories safe. Kids will like recording their memories to go along with each item they place inside the box and then playing back those recordings later on and remembering why each item was so special.
The Keepsake Box by Password Journal is for ages 6 and up.
The Keepsake Box requires three AA batteries, which are not included.
The highest security setting requires perfect pronunciation of the password, which might be difficult for some kids to do, causing the box not to open. It's probably a good idea for younger kids to use the medium security setting.
3 AA batteries required
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