Amy Carabajal dreaded going to the shoe store. It meant dragging her kids to a place they didn’t care to be, struggling to measure their feet and pick out shoes, and dealing with any tantrums along the way. She much preferred to do her shoe shopping online, but was unable to because she still had to go to the shoe store to measure her kids’ feet.
Her struggles led Amy to buying a huge, clunky shoe sizer as seen in most shoe stores. She soon learned that all her mom friends would rather visit her house to use her shoe sizer than struggle in the shoe store themselves. Thus, Amy teamed up with her friend Debra Rosenbloum and, in 2008, they together invented the Squatchi, a very UNclunky, fun foot sizer just for kids.
Squatchi sent us two of their foot sizers to review. One is blue and on is green. I love the fun colors! Each Squatchi has accurate, obvious measurement marks. It also has a heel stop so your child’s foot is properly placed when measuring. And it has a hole so that you can hang it on the wall. The Squatchi is a great momento as you can display it in your child’s room to show how their little feet have grown throughout the years. Using the Squatchi is very obvious. No instructions necessary. I love using products that don’t make you think!
Pros: Easy to use. Accurate measurements. Makes shopping for kid’s shoes online a glorious experience. Makes a great keepsake.
Cons: At this time, I am unable to identify any cons with this product.
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