Monday, September 9, 2013

Lay-n-Go :: The Ultimate Small Toy Storage Solution {Giveaway - Ends 9/20}



Buddy is a whiz with LEGO, but alas, he's horrible about keeping it tidy. I'm not kidding when I say after one LEGO playing session, I find LEGO in the closet, under the bed, between the sheets, on the bookshelf and everywhere in between! After attempting to teach him how to play on a large tray only, or just the kitchen table, it's still a seemingly impossible task for my little guy to keep his LEGO in one spot, and to clean up properly. I can hardly expect more from a 4 1/2 year old, but I'm happy to tell you that I have found an awesome solution to my LEGO woes!

  I received complimentary product for review purposes. All opinions are 100% my own.

The Lay-n-Go LARGE is a 5' activity mat that also serves as an instant, smarter way to clean up, carry, and store toy collections. Created by a mom and dad with whom I share the desire to find better, cleaner, easier ways to control the mess, the mutli-award winning Lay-n-Go is perhaps the most innovative, creative product I've reviewed on my blog. That's saying a whole lot since I've written reviews for hundreds of products in the last two and a half years. 
 
This thing is HUGE. It will fit at least 10 times more LEGO than we already have a hard time keeping track of. Seriously, the Lay-n-Go is a must for kiddos that love LEGO or have any other expanding small toy collection. Your girly loves Barbies? Perfect. Moms, this thing will save your sanity, and your poor feet on those little pieces!
 
With such a large surface, Buddy can play with his LEGO, spread it out, make a mess, and have it all contained in the Lay-n-Go. When it comes time to clean up, it's a breeze!

Simply pull the thick drawstring cord while pushing the cord lock down until the mat is fully closed. This literally takes just 10 seconds. It's super quick and the LEGO doesn't ever threaten to spill out in the process.

The Lay-n-Go features an interior lining that is a water-repellant, wipeable 100% nylon, and the outer shell is a very durable polyester that will surely last for years to come. Inside there are 4 mesh pockets with velcro closures for saving special pieces or projects too. Once closed, the Lay-n-Go has an outside pocket to store the drawstring cord, and a wide shoulder strap for easy carrying. The shoulder strap is made with a durable seat belt-like nylon material and it's quite comfortable. With exceptional quality and heavy-duty materials, the Lay-n-Go is absolutely worth every penny.

I love that the Lay-n-Go is quick, simple, and easy enough for even my son to accomplish clean up time by himself. He loves that it stores his favorite LEGO cars and special pieces inside the mesh pockets so their easy to find next time. I'm sure he's happy that I don't have to nag him to clean up his LEGO mess a billion times a day either.

The mess is out of control. So what's a mom to do? You don't want to contain his creativity, and luckily the Lay-n-Go doesn't. In fact, it gives your child a huge space for sprawling out their LEGO bricks so they can build to their hearts content. My LEGO mess problem is solved, and we can now avoid the frequent tragedy of LEGO in the vacuum. I'm finally at peace with the darn LEGO thanks to Lay-n-Go!

Price: Lay-n-Go LARGE - $64.95
 
Buy It: Check out Layngo.com to buy your Lay-n-Go today!
 
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One winner will receive a Lay-n-Go LITE, the personal activity mat that's perfect for smaller activities and traveling too! {$24.95 RV}
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25 comments:

Amy Schrenk said...

This looks great! My kids just got into Legos and I'm always looking for containment ideas!

Robin Pescador said...

I have to have this....This is a must in my house, so tired of stepping on those little monster legos...

mairey02 said...

One of my friends have the bigger one, I would love to have something to store my boys Legos in!

Joanna said...

I love the idea of no more yelling about picking up Legos or Polly pocket ( toys I believe secretly designed to torture parent!) you have thwarted their plan with this amazing item!

Rebecca Xavier said...

This would be great for my daughter's blocks.

Dorothy Teel said...

My granddaughters love to play with their Lego's but they hate to pick them up and I find them all over and then it makes me mad and they get upset..cause I threaten (LOL) to throw them all away, but I won't This would be perfect to help keep all thos little pieces together and lessen the chances of me stepping on them.. Lol

Kasee said...

We have more Legos than I can keep track of! A Lay-N-Go would work perfectly for them! But Hot Wheels tend to be under-foot, too, so ....

Diane Cooper said...

It would definitely be used for Legos, right now they are in a large tote, which is not exactly ideal.

Anonymous said...

My nephew needs one for all his toys - love the idea!

Tj and Amy said...

for my kids legos. amypugmire@live.com

Julie Lynn Bickham said...

Would be great for when my daughter plays with her squeekies.

Carrie Phelps said...

My grandsons must own a million little Legos so I would use it for them.

Brittney Minor said...

I would give it to my son for his lego projects!

Kathy Davis said...

I would use this for my grandbaby's toys. She is only one but when she plays every toy comes out and they are all over the floor to pick up. This would be great.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

aperry said...

I would use it for legos and wooden blocks

Jayna E said...

All of my son's little cars and trucks!

Amanda said...

I'd use it for all of dd's small toys that we are forever stepping on!

Jennifer said...

I would use it for Legos!!!

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ababe28 said...

I'd use it for all the little cars my granddon has
Ann B.

latanya t said...

I would use it for my son ninja turtles

Nancy said...

This would be great for a clean spot to play with baby toys until baby is old enough for Duplos, etc.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

April said...

My son loves legos, so I'd use it for those!

Kristin said...

My girls love both legos and polly pockets with all of those ridiculously small pieces, so we'd use it for one of those.

Anissa said...

I would use this for legos and barbie shoes! Maybe even some polly pockets!

DadNCharge said...

My sons Lego table is out of control and I am tired of picking up all the pieces. This would be the perfect solution! Thanks for sharing