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Toy Toggle – Review and Giveaway!

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Hi everyone! I have a very cool product to show you today. Lauren over at Toy Toggle has launched a new and unique product into the South African market which is locally manufactured and was developed by her. She asked if I would like to review it and run a giveaway for my readers. After checking it out I was left thinking “Why didn’t I think of that?” The Toy Toggle is an easy to use product that can save parents some frustration, time and even money. Basically it is a set of nylon straps and a silicone ring that hold toys/dummies and bottles together and off the floor. These straps can be attached to a high chair, pram or even your baby bag for extra storage.

Toy Toggle

The silicone band fits most bottles and sippy cups and grips the bottles nicely, even when wet, to make sure they do not meet the floor when they are knocked over (or thrown off!) from wherever you have attached them. You can vary the length of the connector straps by interchanging the longer strap for a shorter one so that you can make provision for the height difference between say a high chair and a pram. You can also attach multiple toys and even a dummy along with the bottle/sippy cup as you can see above.

Toy Toggle

I can’t tell you how many times we’ve lost a dummy or toy in a mall. Once my kids lost interest in whatever they were playing with in their pram, it wasn’t long before it was tossed out. I’ve also found numerous dummies lying in parking lots, in the mall and in restaurants (dummies belonging to other unfortunate mommies and their kids). Back then I paid R110.00 for 2 dummies. That’s a lot of money to just throw away, but throw them away they did. I’m sure it must be more expensive now. It’s also really handy that you can attach the Toy Toggle to your nappy bag for extra storage. Which mother does not need extra storage in their nappy bag? I know I did!

Toy Toggle

Check out some of the funky colours you can order in the pic below. There are also lighter colours available. You can see all the available colours in their shop. If these had been around when my kids were a little smaller, I definitely would have invested in one (or more) of these!

Toy ToggleAre you guys ready for a giveaway? Lauren is giving away a Toy Toggle to 2 lucky readers! You can enter using the Rafflecopter widget below. The competition is open to South African residents only. You can earn entries by showing Toy Toggle and me some love on Facebook and Twitter. The only mandatory entry is to leave a blog post comment telling meĀ about something that your child has lost or tossed that could have been saved with a Toy Toggle! Good luck!

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*All images in this post were supplied by Lauren from Toy Toggle