Thursday, October 13, 2011

Eco Home: Swoop Toy Bag Review & Rafflecopter Giveaway


I keep saying we have less toys than the average American child. It's still true. But the scary thing is even while having less than most, I'm having a hard time containing them! Right now the toys do not have a place of their own because baby E's toddler room isn't quite done. I'm looking for anything that will help organize them. We've recently discovered Swoop Bags and we were sent one for review. 

Swoop Bags are perfect for containing the little things that get played with often. Think LEGOs, blocks, marble runs, cars, train tracks, stuffed animals, etc. It's a genius toy storage idea that's so simple. The bag opens completely to create a play mat, when you're done playing you just 'swoop' up the toys by pulling the string. It neatly contains all the contents without anything falling out. We've been using the Swoop for baby E's blocks and train tracks and it's been extremely useful. She can make a complete mess and then clean up only takes a few seconds. Perfect when she plays in the living room and there are surprise guests coming! 

 


The Swoop toy bag is made of highly durable cotton canvas. How durable? Well, my husband was checking and put our 26 pound toddler in it. Passed with flying colors! I'm convinced it can hold a lot more than that too. It comes in six colors, we love the Aquarium we received. It is very generously sized at 44" diameter. you can machine wash it in cold water, awesome! Another bonus, it's made in the USA!

One of you will win a Swoop Bag to help you stay organized!

If you're lost with Rafflecopter or don't know how to use it, check out this 45 second Rafflecopter video, it's simple! If you don't see the widget, click Read More... to see the whole post!




Disclaimer: I did not receive any payment for this review. I was provided a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are solely my own and your experience may differ.

12 comments:

  1. HONESTLY the only thing I can say is the light green letters are a bit hard to read on top of the background color! Otherwise I LOVE Eco-Babyz :)

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  2. to be honest, there's really nothing I don't like! Your giveaways are awesome! The one thing I didn't like was that you didn't use rafflecopter-but that's changed! :)

    annae07 at aol dot com

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  3. The neat freak in me loves the idea behind the swoop toy bag!

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  4. I could do without the 'categories' word cloud on the left.....

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  5. What a great product!!

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  6. I do not have anything that I don't like about your blog.

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  7. ok, sometimes on the giveaway when you click the instructions and the FB like button is suppose to be there it often says "Could not retrieve id for the specified page. Please verify correct href was passed in." It actually happens a lot, so then i have to go to the sponsors page and try finding it there.

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  8. Hi, I write a blog about children and adult health topics, vitamins, nutrition, etc. at http://healthyeducator.blogspot.com/
    The blocks you have a picture of are such a good gift for a toddler!

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  9. i think the only thing i dont like is that there are so many people on here now and i wish i could win all these items! but my chances are lower now ): besides that... i come here for everything, knowledge and broduct ideas

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  10. laura4him@bellsouth.net
    there is nothing I don't like about this blog!

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  11. Some of the words are hard to read in the light colors. This site is wonderful though! I would love to win this for my son's toys.

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  12. I really can't think of anything I DON'T like! I love it all...and I'm pretty easy going so nothing bothers me...the sponsors, word cloud...I just love looking at new ideas and items and the giveaways are just an added bonus!!

    Jamie

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