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  • Omate x Nanoblock helps parents track their tots
  • Omate x Nanoblock helps parents track their tots
    Bekah Russom (2017) ©
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Omate x Nanoblock helps parents track their tots

For parents, the peace of mind of being able to communicate with their kids can be outweighed by the dangers that come with getting them online. By offering fully encrypted tech, the Omate x Nanoblock smartwatch helps kids keep in touch without the risk of exposing their data.

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