One of the most amazing opportunities I had this summer while I was in Chicago was to attend Sweet Suite 2013, a private event featuring the year's hottest toys and baby gear. I had a chance to meet with some pretty amazing brands, but by far one of my favorites was NeatOH! This brand was the first one that my friend Shannon and I were introduced to, by the lovely Steph.
If you haven't heard of NeatOH! before, you need to go and check them out. NeatOH! was established in February 2005 when a father was searching for a creative way to corral his son's blocks. The ZipBin was born, and NeatOH! has never looked back.
NeatOH! offers many different themes for the ZipBin - perfect for every age and interest. The ZipBins are great because they organize children's toys according to the pictures on the outside. Have a bunch of Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars? The Ramp-It-Up ZipBin is perfect for that. Junior is obsessed with dinosaurs? The Dino ZipBin is what he needs. If your Little Miss is into Barbies, the Barbie Dream House ZipBin is right up her alley.
I'm sure you've seen all those organization ideas all over Pinterest about how to organize kid's toys. Many of them feature bins or bags with a picture attached to the front to note what type of toy belongs in the container. ZipBins do all that work for you. Not only are the bins brightly decorated with pictures of the toys to go inside, but they are also eye catching and appealing to complement kid's bedroom and playroom décor.
We brought it on vacation with us a few weeks ago, so that his toys would be nice and contained and he would have something to do. The handles were great because he could easily grab the bin and bring it to where he wanted to play with it. He loves to line up the cars in the parking spaces and set them up. He also sometimes likes to pretend the ramps are garages and stick little cars inside. Best part? You don't have to trip over the cars when he's done, you just zip it up and toss the cars in there. Done.
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Disclaimer: Jack did receive the Ramp-it-Up as a gift. I was not compensated for this review, however an upcoming review for this company was compensated with product. All opinions are my own, as always.