Product Type: LeapFrog Child Development
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Near perfect storage solution for a Tag Junior
Leapfrog Tag Junior Storage Case
Member Name: cornishchic
Leapfrog Tag Junior Storage Case
Advantages: Keeps books and reading system in one place, padded
Disadvantages: Only room inside for four books
My daughter received a Leapfrog Tag Junior reading system for Christmas last year. When I purchased the reading system I did look at purchasing the storage case that goes with it too but for £10 thought we could get away without one. My daughters nan ended up buying the case when she went to stay with her as she wanted to keep the system and the books altogether.
The storage case is an official Leapfrog product and designed specifically for the Tag Junior reading system and books. Please be aware that this case is too small to hold the books for the older Tag reading system. The case is simply packaged with a cardboard sleeve around the edge with the Leapfrog branding and product information.
The case is the normal green colour you associate with Leapfrog and their branding. It has the design of a house on the front, I'm not really sure why but it looks good all the same. On the top of the case there is a carry handle and two zips that pull down both sides and open the top of the case right up. Inside there are two compartments, one larger one for the books to sit side by side and another for the reading system.
The case can fit four of the thicker Tag Junior books inside without a problem. I would have preferred if the case could hold five books as the reading system only has space for the audio to five books and keeping these five books in the case with the reading system would be so much easier as my daughter now has more than five books but she can't read all of them as the reading system doesn't hold the audio to all of them at the same time. Keeping the books that the reading system has the audio to in the case would have made things a lot easier.
The material of the case has an almost padded feeling to it which is essential for toddlers, as the Tag Junior reading system is recommended for toddlers from 12 months old it is inevitable that it is going to get bashed around to some degree. The padding keeps everything safe and although my daughter hasn't dropped the case much, everything inside is as good as new. We've also had food smeared into the case and a wipe with a damp cloth is enough to clean it without a problem.
The Leapfrog Tag Junior storage case can be purchased for around £10 from a number of different retailers such as Amazon and Tesco.
I'd definitely recommend this Leapfrog storage case if you are after somewhere to keep the books and reading system together. However, the fact that it only holds four books is a bit of a pain as the reading system holds audio for five books and it would be nice to keep them altogether. The quality of the case is great and the padded aspect is ideal for toddlers.
Summary: Could be a little bigger, but a great storage solution all the same
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