Saturday, February 13, 2010

Voice Sticker

I recently got an email from Matt of Voice Sticker asking me if I'd be willing to review this new product on my blog. I agreed, so here goes.

With this product, you can record a message, attach the product to a card or gift, and the recipient can then press the listen button and hear your voice.

There are many good and cool things about it.

My first impression was the packaging. It was easy to open with just my fingers.
I did as the label requested and pressed "listen". The message Matt had recorded was very distinct, very clear.
I recorded my own message on the second sample, simple to do, and then played it back. My voice sounded as expected.
Once you've recorded a message and are happy with it, there is a switch on the back that can set to keep your message from being accidentally erased. It can be flipped back to record to change your message.
The devices are very light weight.

I found only one odd thing - once in a while if I bump into the table they are on, or move them, the messages play without touching the "Listen" space.

All in all, very cool, and lots of fun. You can check out Voice Sticker here. I hope they will be in local stores very soon!

Peace, Judi


Marlene said...

Interesting product, bet all the card makers will love that one.

T.Allen said...

That sounds like fun! Especially for little ones!

Celtic Cat said...

I was just wondering if there was something out there like that!

CSD Faux Finishing said...

That's wild, you could add that to your greeting cards in some instances I bet and it would enhance them. Cool product, glad you had a chance to review (isn't it super fun to get stuff in the mail that you get to test and talk about? :-)

Unknown said...

Fun product! Thanks for sharing!

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Karen said...

That's a neat little thing. I think it'd be great to stick in a kid's lunchbox!

Suldog said...

Sounds like a great product for leaving someone a message, or for sending a nice birthday greeting!

Judi FitzPatrick said...

Thanks for all of your great comments, my faithful readers. It's cool to help a business get started!