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LeapFrog Leapster Carrying Case

3.6 out of 5 stars 128 customer reviews

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  • Durable case protects Leapster when out and about
  • Holds up to 6 Leapster cartridges
  • Soft fleece lining
  • Zipper closure
  • Leapster system sold separately
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Product Description

Molded in the shape of the Leapster Multimedia System, this padded blue carrying case protects the handheld from the bumps and calamities that are part of life as a busy elementary scholar. An easy way to keep accessories organized and handy, the case also stores up to 6 Leapster cartridges in its secure back pocket. Imported.

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This durable case is designed for toting the popular Leapster around on car trips, plane rides, or anywhere kids might travel. It holds up to six Leapster cartridges in a rear pouch and has room for the Leapster itself in the main zippered compartment, which sports a soft fleece lining. The case is relatively lightweight and doesn't feature the hard shell that some might like for protecting the Leapster but the soft plastic covering should provide protection for most accidental knocking around. --Charlie Williams

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6 x 8 x 2 inches
Item Weight 8 ounces
Shipping Weight 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B00009KWZR
Item model number 20203
Manufacturer recommended age 4 - 8 years
Best Sellers Rank #489,221 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#155 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > Systems & Accessories > Electronic Systems
#2,213 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > Electronic Learning Toys
#3,010 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Electronic Learning Products
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3.6 out of 5 stars 128 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By J. Wright on September 7, 2005
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The problem with this case is that if you zip up your Leapster even once in the case while a game is in your Leapster it will most likely break the zipper on the case, and make the case entirely worthless. This is precisely what happened to our case.

While older children may be thoughtful enough to avoid doing this, by five year old son is not, and I doubt most other young children are -- no matter how much they are threatened by their parents.

So, our case lasted us about two weeks. So I bought a Fisher-Price Pixter case on sale for $10, and it works much, much better. It carries all the games, and carries the Leapster with a game inserted -- and I think it protects the Leapster better as well.
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Most reviewers here were writing only about the leapster and not about the case. My friend has a case. Fortunately I examined hers before buying one. I am glad I did not buy it. The case is soft and readily collapes. It is very poor quality. I wish I could give it 0 stars. The pocket which holds extra cartridges is simply a mesh pocket with an elastic band closure and it is easy for the cartridges to escape.

Instead I purchased a small sturdy cosmetic case for eight bucks which works well. My friend ended up throwing hers away and buying a similiar case. Do not buy this, it is not worth the money.
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I noticed that most reviewers here were writting only about the leapster and not about the case. I waited to buy the case until I could get my hands on it and really check it out to determine whether I thought it was worth the [$$$]. I was very dissappointed in the quality of the case and chose not to buy it. The case is soft and easily bendable or collapsable, not hard, and has a minimal lining. I wouldn't even call it cushioned. The lining is a synthetic material similar to fleece-like what some of my winter coat pockets are lined with. The area which "holds" extra cartridges is simply a mesh pocket with an elastic band "closure". I did like how the case zipped shut. For [$$$] I was expecting a much firmer case, with some dense foam padding to protect the leapster in case of impact. I also thought that the sleeve in which to store back up cartridges was flimsy and not secure-it also should have had a zippered closure and some padding or at least dividers to protect the cartridges. All this being said, the case will probably still appeal to a great number of Leapster owners and will be adequate. I was just hoping for a much better quality case, and thought that for $20 it should have been made better. I will say that I have 2 leapsters that have been heavily used by my 3 & 4 yr old boys for about two months. (My rating stars are for the Leapster itself) I do think they are an amazing teaching toy that is of very high quality. They have worked without any problems. We did call Leap Frog to inquire about using rechargeable batteries and were advised not to. I read in a review that a woman did use them and had no issues. We also have been using rechargeable batteries without issues. I really wish that this case was better made as I think it would make a very handy accessory to keep and tote a valuable Leapster and it's cartridges. We will continue to use a basic plastic storage box we bought for just a few dollars.
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This case was "recommended" from Amazon because I purchased the L-Max. However, this case will not work with the L-max. It was designed for the original Leapster, which has slanted sides. The L-Max is more rectangle shaped. I have yet to see a case that is designed for the new L-Max. I did purchase the Leap Frog Mini Backpack (pink/lavender) storage system but will be sending it back. It is made from thin, parachute-like material and has one small zipper compartment outside and 2 open pockets on the inside. This will not keep cartridges organized any more than a plastic bag would and will not protect the the L-Max (or original Leapster for that matter) from drops/falls. I think the Leap Frog design team could come up with something better to protect and organize an expensive game system. I do like Leap Frog products.....just not the storage systems they have designed. It would be nice to have something that could store ALL the components (AC adapter, recharger, headphones) with a separate detachable case for the player with organized pockets for the cartridges.
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By A Customer on August 23, 2004
Overall, I think LeapFrog is the best source for kids' game-type learning. The kids think they are playing, but we all know they are learning along the way. We were looking for a safe way to carry around my daughter's Leapster when we found the GameBoy backpack, and the backpack is a much better find than the Leapster case. Believe me -- this is the ONLY time I am not recommending a LeapFrog product, but rather am in favor of something else. The backpack fits tightly at first, but stretches just enough that my daughter can now easily zip and unzip the game area herself. There is quite a bit of storage for games (she has 5 now and there is still room for more...) Before you buy the Leapster case, try out the GameBoy backpack.
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I can't believe that we have the same leapster case that other customers have. From reading the reviews I have to wonder if maybe the leapster case was upgraded. I bought the leapster case about two weeks ago and almost did not buy it due to some of the reviews. The first point I want to address is that if you notice the shape of the case you can easily see that it was made to accomodate the leapster with a game inserted. I can honestly say that it will not break the ziper! My daughter's leapster is always stored in the case with a game cartridge on and the fit is perfect. No strugle to zip. Maybe the customer who had the problem with the ziper just had a defective product. The second thing I want to mention is that I dont see how the case is collapsible. Its a hard case, yes if you bend it it will bend, but its not flimsy. Also the pocket to hold the cartridges is not made of a mesh with an elastic band, the velcro keeps the games inside with no problem. I am glad I bought it. Its nice and its made for the leapster. The handle is great for little hands unlike the pixter case that does not have a handle to carry it. My advice is go to a store and examine the case yourself. It may not meet everyone's expectations but it certainly met mine.
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