Your tween wants to pay on the go just like you do. Even though you’re not ready to hand over a credit card, you do have options.

The PurewristGO bracelet is an easy way for kids to make contactless payments almost anywhere. Purewrist’s bracelet gives kids (and parents too!) the ability to tap-and-pay in retail, grocery, convenience, and other stores that offer this type of contact-free feature. The best part is, you can load funds onto their bracelet and monitor their spending.

photo courtesy of Purewrist

If your child is like most tweens or teens, they’re just starting to learn money management skills. This can make shopping solo a challenge. The PurewristGO’s account gives you the option to add or decrease the funds your child has access to—and all from your phone. You can also use your smart phone to monitor what your tween or teen spends their pre-paid funds on.

The waterproof bracelets are available in a rainbow of colors and don’t require charging for use. Made from SGS certified, eco-friendly, non-toxic silicone, these bracelets combine quality and environmental consciousness.

Bracelets start at $35, $10 of which is preloaded so you can start shopping right away. To nab a PurewristGO bracelet, visit the brand’s website here.

—Erica Loop

 

RELATED STORIES

6 Tips to Help Teach Financial Independence to Kids

This New Platform Is Teaching Kids Life Skills, One Penny at a Time

Teaching Kids About Money-Management: Real Tips You’ll Actually Use