Has anyone here seen the Duracell battery commercial where the mom turns her eye for a split second and her son disappears from eyesight at the park? She dumps her bag and finds a Brickhouse Child Locator and finds him?? I got curious about the Brickhouse Child Locator and googled it. Part of my curiosity was having Wiz disappear several times on husband and once on me. husband kept losing him at one shopping center where we did our monthly shopping and we lived in a big city with a really bad string of child molestations/abductions by strangers. husband was a LOT more likely to snap at him or get absorbed in trying to get the shopping done which was why he lost him more. I took more time on the shopping and included Wiz in the product selection more so he was more interested when I took him out. I also took him for chicken legs at a wings restaurant before we shopped so he wouldn't be hungry (nor was I adverse to opening a package of carrots or crackers to eat along the way - it kept him closer to me also. I just made sure it wasn't a product sold by weight.) Anyway, the terror level in losing a child at a large store stays with you. This looks like a neat gadget that might be very handy. It is expensive for my budget though. I thought if any of you had similar escape artists you might find in interesting. here is the link. http://www.brickhouse-childsafety.com/brickhouse-child-locator.html What is YOUR story with having a child run off for some reason in a public place, scaring you quite a bit?? I knew why Wiz left husband more often than he left me. husband hugged him, and then chewed him out loudly once they were in the car. They didn't finish the shopping. After they got home husband figured the yelling he did in the car was "punishment" enough. So he never followed through with the grounding and no video games he screamed at Wiz about. I never raised my voice. I made him go through the rest of the shopping. I refused to get him anything he wanted in the way of cookies, etc.... I did let him eat some veggies in the cart. Didn't seem reasonable to starve him into a meltdown but it wasn't his first choice. I also removed tv and video game privileges for the day. I was calm (though I did hug him when I found him!) and made SURE he knew what treats I would have gotten and didn't get. Before every outing OF ANY KIND for the next few weeks I warned him that I would remove ALL pokemon stuff if he was out of my eyesight. He knew I would follow through. He knew husband would not. So what is YOUR story?