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LeapFrog Tag Storage Case
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109 of 120 people found the following review helpful
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The cheap plastic container - think of the translucent plastic of which milk gallons are made, only thicker - has a partition for the Tag Reader and sufficient room to fit up to 6 books.

The hinges consist of 3 strips of clear plastic that are glued to the top half and the bottom half of the case. When opening the case you should not force the top half beyond 90 degrees or the hinges are likely to break - this is what earns this item the one star for 'durability'.

The front is locked with 2 rather loose green plastic clamps. You must be careful when closing the case or they may end up inside the plastic handle instead of outside and they could bend or break.

My advice: you may be better off with a generic (zippered) 8"x10" case for your Tag Reader and its books. If you do decide to buy this one, do not let your kid handle it or it may not last for long.

A warning states that this product should not be used by children under 3 because of a 'hazardous pinch point when closing lid'.

Made in China.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
on November 15, 2013
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I bought it with LeapFrog Reading and Writing System. Amazon recommended me with other books and this item when I tried to buy Reading and writing system. So did I. However, this case is not for reading and writing systems. The pen doesn't fit into the case. So my daughter just keep books inside and has to bring around pen seperate. Waste of money. Big time.
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on August 18, 2008
If you buy the Tag system, I recommend getting this case, it's got a spot for everything you need and holds a lot of the books, so everything is in one place. A huge help! And it protects all the books and pens very well.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
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I bought this case for my daughter once I got tired of looking at her books and reader scattered over her desk. She also likes to take her Tag with her sometimes when we're on the go and it was always difficult for her to try to juggle the reader and the books.

While you could purchase almost any plastic case to keep the books organized, the advantage to this one is the molded slot that holds the reader itself. Once the case is closed, the Tag is secure and I no longer worry about her dropped it on the pavement and breaking it. The case also holds several books neatly and it's very convenient for my daughter to have all of her Tag gear in one place. It also means that she can bring a greater variety of books along with her on trips and as she tends to get very involved in the stories and games, this is a lifesaver for me when I need to run a boring errand as I know she'll be well distracted.

My only real complaint about the case is that it doesn't accommodate the large boards such as the Super Speller. It would have been nice to have the option of carrying this as well and being able to store it would help ensure that the letters on the board don't fall off and get lost. Still, I'm glad that I bought this case rather than just any plastic case. I feel it was well-worth the money because it does protect the Tag. Replacing that would cost considerably more than paying for the case.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 22, 2010
I really like this product. The idea is good. It keeps the pen nice and safe when not in use. But the case has seperated several times. They are just snapped in, not really tightly locked. I think they should just make this case for the pen. I like the fact that I can keep the Tag books seperate from the others though. It keeps things simple when looking for something specific. But once you get more than 6 books, you either need another case, or find another contracption all together for them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 25, 2013
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This Does NOT fit the new pen that comes with the LeapReader Reading & Writing System. Works to carry the books but pen won't fit unless you put where books go....and carry only 2-3 books versus 6. Disappointing product.....
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on December 26, 2009
This is a really cheap case.
The material is that of a milk jug.
The hinges on my model aren't glued but rather have three "tabs" on each hinge that snap into place.
Unfortunately this is where durability is an issue.
I opened and closed it four times and each time I was holding two pieces in my hand.
This is without anything in it!
I think an inexpensive netbook bag would be a better solution.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 19, 2009
I only gave it two stars on fun and educational because it is neither of those things. The stuff it holds however is very fun and educational. This case is perfect for the TAG reader. It holds the reader sturdy and it keeps it from getting broke or turning on. It also holds five books, which is all that the TAG reader can hold. So it is a good way to keep your kids from trying to read books that you do not have currently loaded.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 20, 2009
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This product serves its purpose well. It has storage for several books and your tag reader pen which is a must in order to keep the pen and the books together. Only thing that I would add is a place for the cord that connects the pen to the computer, but there is plenty of extra space to stick it in there. Very durable and protective.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 28, 2009
The case isn't bad and is certainly handy for storing, but we have outgrown it and wish that our headphones would fit in the case as well. It does seem durable and my 4 yr old son can open and close it on his own.LeapFrog® Tag Storage Case
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