Monday, November 26, 2012

Travel Gadget Monday Lay-n-Go

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I was sent this funny looking activity mat/travel bag this weekend to try out and give my mommy opinion on. 

I am loving this travel bag for D's toys!  #la...
I am loving this travel bag for D's toys! 
I am often hesitant to review products, because I find myself beating my head against the wall wondering how I am going to word my post about this gadget.  Anyways as I ripped open my Lay-n-Go package to check this new activity mat/travel bag out I was caught by surprise, this things says it is suppose to be 18” but look so tiny.  Well that is already a win win for me, as we just have too much stuff and a lack of storage.

I decided that I would dig out D-mans box of Kid K’Nex and try using this handy little bag for storing these tiny little pieces.  We still used the K’Nex box; that box just does not travel to well and I am sure we have spilt half of our pieces while on the go!

I laid the little mat down in the floor, instantly D came running, and together we decided we really liked this little bag.  The bag is easy to convert from a toy mat in the floor to a cinch sack on the go, score for this momma that has too much stuff!     
Lay-n-Go makes a few different sizes of this fun bag, the Lay-n-Go Lite which is the one I  received, Lay/N/Go Cosmo which looks like something that I might need, and the Lay-n-Go 5’ activity mat that I am wondering if it really wouldn't work also as a laundry bag for while traveling???    Just my curiosity!  


Check out the Lay-n-Go products on their website, Like them on Facebook, enter to win their Facebook Holiday Giveaway, and or follow them on Twitter….these handy little bags have some fun and creative ways to store stuff.   You can also enter below to win your very own Lay-n-Go LITE 18.

~Becky

Disclosure:  Giveaway is only available to US Residents.
Disclosure:  I was given the lay-n-go product to review, but all thoughts, opinions, and photos are my own.  

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