In this digital era we live in, chances are most babies will find themselves in front of a laptop viewing an educational DVD or cartoon while resting on her tummy on a play mat before the age of one. By the time an infant gets to toddlerhood, he would have become a pro at online games. It’s just the world we are living in now.
But babies and kids’ love for laptop videos can be costly if they bang on the keys or spill food or drink inside of it.
Enter the Kid Lid. This innovative product, which retails for $29.99, is essentially a cover for the keyboard portion of the laptop.
The latest iteration of the invention which launched and got funded on Kickstarter last year folds up easily for storage and portable carriage. It also comes in Black. That was the color of our complimentary review copy ($39.99).
Created by a company called Mogolo, The KidLid can be wiped cleaned or placed in the dishwasher even, and is made up of BPA-Free Poly Carbonate plastic. It covers laptops that are 13 or 15 inches in sizes and comes in white, but the black and watermelon colors are also available in the fold up variety. An elastic velcro strap helps keep the lid in place.
I love it and found it to be perfect and functional! Check out a video on the product:
· The canopy was made of pretty durable material, not flimsy at all so it looks like it could withstand the test of time. I liked the fact
that my sample was a dark navy because it made it unisex and can be used or
gifted to a mom expecting a baby or either gender.
The height is perfect for me who is just 5 foot 3 and my husband
who is 6 foot 3 to push and not have his shins hit up on the base.
The boot is very spacious and ample. I was able to stuff into it an
entire diaper bag, a spare blanket, a jacket and had room to spare.
The wheels were sufficient though they could’ve been a bit more
rugged so to withstand the test of time or being pushed through dirt, gravel, sidewalks
with cracks in them and other gritty terrain, occasionally.
Women often lose themselves caring for their family and others that they often forget to nurture & care for themselves.
I love that they come in convenient pre-packaging so you can just chuck it in your bag or pocket before you head out.
So while I am not an elderly person who would necessarily need a pill reminder box for various medications to ailing conditions, I could very easily see the need for one as a multi-vitamin pill popper! Keeping track of what you’ve taken can be challenging.