Image: Thanks to Ambernectar 13
We have been on a few very long and tiring trips this summer, with children these are often fraught with cries of ‘Are we there yet’ before you’ve even left the town you came from!
Variety is my motto when we are on our travels, and we try to have lots of different things for the girls to do in the car or on the plane. Our new best friend though is UV (Ultra Violet) the simplest and space-saving solution, to having Movie and TV entertainment at your figure tips!
When you just can’t warrant the space in your suitcase for extra things like DVD’s. Or don’t have access to a TV. When you are worried about younger ones damaging DVD’s, whilst they are in the back of the car. You really must try this fantastic way of downloading a DVD and saving it onto a device, safely and quickly.
I have been given a few copies of classic Warner Bros. cartoons to review, including the great Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales. They have been devoured by my two girls who have loved them, as have Tall Dad and I. Fantastic memories, and great to share with our children the cartoons of our youth!
To purchase DVD’s of this type, please follow this link to Amazon HERE.
So here is how to do it:
- Open DVD, and take out the leaflet that has your UV details on it.
- It really is a simple thing to do, once you buy a DVD that is an ultraviolet DVD or TV show, just go to www.flixster.com and press the redeem now button.
- There you will see a list of DVD covers. Find the cover that is yours and press.
- Press Get Started, and imput the code that is on the UV leaflet.
- At this point you can sign up for a Flixster account – Or login if you already have one, very simple if you do it via your Facebook account,
- Your film will then be downloaded ready for you to view
- If you haven’t already, download flixster on your iPad or iPhone
Cue happy, happy child, and even happier me!
Thank you to Warner Bros for allowing us to review this product, which has changed the way we are viewing DVD’s, we think it’s a great idea and we love it!
I was sent three DVD’s for the purpose of this review.
Thank you for reading