Enter to Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card from Gululu! US Only, Ends 11/8

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My family takes Halloween Trick or Treating seriously!  We go to all of the trunk or treats, we plan our Trick or Treating route with friends, and all the stuff in between, but do you know the one thing most parents forget to bring?  Drinks! One year my kids were so dehydrated by the end of the night that I vowed to never forget the drinks again! It’s become “my thing” now.  I may not show up with a jacket in the cold, I might forget the fully packed diaper bag on the counter — but the drinks? Never again!

A child’s health is every parent’s top priority, but 50% of kids today are not drinking enough water for optimal brain and body function. When left to their own devices, most kids choose sugary sodas and juices. We all know that high sugar consumption is linked to diabetes and obesity. Moreover, a recent Harvard study indicates that dehydration has been linked to impaired concentration, cognition, and physical activity. Gululu solves this problem. Your kid will love guiding their virtual pet through the Gululu Universe by drinking water, and parents will love that they are staying healthy doing so.

What is Gululu?

Gululu is an interactive water bottle that keeps children hydrated while allowing their parents to monitor daily water-drinking progress through a smartphone app. Gululu provides a technology-enabled solution with a learning-through-play mechanism to address issues pertaining to children’s wellbeing. Gululu was developed by Bowhead Technology.

The water bottle tracks hydration and encourages the child to drink with the help of an educational pet-growing game. As kids consume more water from their Gululu bottle, their virtual pet grows and unlocks new worlds and adventures at the “Gululu Universe.”  Gululu also has an automatic water tracker software and content update system that continuously rolls out new features to keep children engaged.

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Enter to Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card from Gululu!
Gululu Features:

  • Monitor children’s daily water-drinking progress through your smartphone
  • Grow and evolve with a virtual ‘tamagotchi-like’ virtual pet
  • Experience continuous content updates through an automatic software update system to keep children engaged
  • Utilize “Do Not Disturb” and “Bedtime” modes
  • Learn-Through-Play, embark on a journey of health, rewards, and adventures within the “Gululu universe”
  • Connect with friends by syncing to nearby bottles and stay connected with the cloud-based app. Durable, safe, and waterproof with a modular design and easy-to-clean spout that makes maintenance simple BPA-free

What we love most about Gululu is they are always updating and improving the Gululu Universe with monthly themes! Every couple of weeks, Gululu introduces additional features, such as new online campaigns, drinking animations, pet accessories, sound effects, and more. A fourth virtual pet, (Donny), was released at the end of March. More characters are expected to be added soon to expand the population of the “Gululu universe.” These exciting additions are all automatically updated into the bottle through the cloud.

Back to School Must-Haves! Gululu Interactive Water Bottle with Hydration Tracking App for Parents! This great water bottle even has school-time settings!

Gululu’s Greater Purpose:

Gululu’s mission and contribution is to help children all over the world stay healthy and hydrated! To advance their goal, for every Gululu bottle purchased, a child in a developing country will be provided with clean drinking water! This initiative was created through a partnership with Generosity.org, a humanitarian organization that provides sustainable solutions to the global water crisis, one community at a time. Joining forces with Generosity.org has allowed Gululu to offer programs focused on educating kids on social responsibility and initiate water-well projects for developing countries.

Want to know more? Gululu has been featured in leading global media publications in over 20 countries. Among them are TechCrunch, Yahoo, Vogue, and Forbes that declared Gululu as a “Top 5 best kids’ gadgets.”

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36 thoughts on “Enter to Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card from Gululu! US Only, Ends 11/8

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    Spending a day at the Pumpkin Festival.
    Thanks for the contest.

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    my tradition is a fun dinner and the usual dress up and trick or treating

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    As my kids got older, I started creating personalized Halloween baskets (or storage bins) for them.

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    our tradition is a certain spooky street on our neighborhood! we trick or treat there!

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    Watch fireworks, also some spooky theme shows

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    Every year, we throw a scary movie night and invite all of our friends over to watch!

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    I throw a costume party in October every year where we play ‘Trick or Treat.’ I’m not big on Halloween, but I love games! There is a bowl of strips of paper and a bowl of candy. Each strip of paper either says ‘Treat’ and you pick a candy out of the bowl for your turn, or it describes a ‘trick’ you must perform.

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    We carve pumpkins, trick or treat and visit the local orchid.

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    my house keeper and i made 150 bags for kids and 50 for the adults will be leaving at 5 to set up at the church for turnk or treat

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    We no longer celebrate Halloween, but we did have fun times trick or treating with relatives in the past.

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    I don’t really have a tradition, but I always try to do something. Trick or treating, passing out candy, party, haunted house, something!

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    We trick or treat downtown at the businesses and play games, come home and have pizza and head out to family and friends for trick or treating, come home watch Charlie Brown Halloween and go to bed.

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    It varies from year to year and I worked Halloween night this year. But I always do a little something to celebrate. I’ve been enjoying watching American Horror Story and I bought candy. And we’re allowed to dress as we like at work, so I put together a creepy Halloween makeup look!

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    NO traditions Always do a bag up for my great niece & great great nephew but that is it

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    We all meet with our kids in a known safe neighbor and go trick or treating. We did have a Halloween party but this year it got cancelled.

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    I wish that we had taken my son trunk or treating this year. We didnt so I cant say that it is a tradition.

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    We go to the pumpkin farm and also trick-or treating Halloween evening.

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    I’m not big into Halloween. When the kids were younger, we’d do the going to pick out a pumpkin and hayride thing. And trick or treating. Now I’m just happy to be the nice lady at the door handing out treats.

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    I always take my little ones out Trick or Treating for Halloween

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    We have a neighborhood pot luck and bonfire in our driveway and watch all the kids trick or treat

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    Trick or Treating around our neighborhood! I want to keep the Halloween traditions I had as a child for my children for as long as I can. They love it!

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    I used to just watch scary movies, but now we go trick or treating with our kids.

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    I love to dress up and hand out candy!!!!

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