Technology – it’s everywhere! We can’t step outside our home without packing our smartphones and tablets. I see little kids with their own tablets or Kindles. Just today at work a 4 year old girl came in with her own Kindle in a cute little pink case. A four year old! I know some adults who don’t even own a Kindle or tablet.
With all this technology you need to make sure to protect them. It’s important to have protective cases on all your devices to keep them from being broken or destroyed in the event they are dropped.
We have several devices, most of which I keep at home. I do take two tablets to work with me every day. One tablet is for me so I can watch Netflix or surf the web on slow days. I also have a “kiddie” tablet which does not connect to the internet but it does have dozens of educational games on it. I keep this one handy in case we have a child at work who simply doesn’t want to play with any of our toys.
Toting both tablets back and forth to work, along with my smartphone, can be cumbersome. Often I have to carry my purse, water, snack/lunch and toys and books I am donating to our classroom. Sometimes my hands are full that it’s difficult to carry both tablets too. What I needed was a nice way to tote everything around.
I received to review a bag from a company called KABOO. It’s a beautiful and fashionable handbag. It has plenty of pockets for all my “stuff”. My KABOO bag also has a little secret – it’s also a protective tote for my tablets and other tech devices.
KABOO bags look like regular fashion forward handbags but inside they have a special pocket that fits your tablet/Kindle/iPad that protects it from drops as well as scratches and dents from the other items you keep in your bag (such as car keys).
Here is a brief video that tells you more about these great bags.
I’m not about to drop my KABOO bag off the roof to see how well it protects my tablets. I’ll take the company’s word for it. LOL!
KABOO is currently available in different colors and styles. They are a new company so they only have a small section at this moment in time. I am sure after they have been around for a few months they will introduce more bags.
Here are a few of the available bags.
They are beautiful.
I have the Jenna Bag in Watermelon (color). It’s more of a salmon color.
There are plenty of pockets to store my “stuff” including outside pockets and a generously sized interior pocket.
My bag holds a lot. In addition to two tablets and my smartphone it also holds my car keys, wallet, snacks for work, hand lotion, hand sanitizer and more.
In the above photo the blue thing with the black “dot” is the kiddie tablet. I had neglected to put it back in the protective pocket along with my other tablet. The protective pocket is the one towards the top of the phone with the “flap”. You an see the side of my other tablet in the pocket.
I like that this bag has both a strap and handles (I mostly use the strap).
It’s big and roomy both inside and out and exceptionally well made. I get a lot of compliments from people at work too.
I like having the ability to take my tablets to/from work and protect them at the same time in a fashionable way.
What do you think about KABOO bags? Do you like how they serve a purpose (protect your technology) while being fashionable too?
KABOO needs your help. In order to kick production into high gear they have set up a Kickstarter campaign. When you donate towards their campaign you are not only ensuring that Kaboo bags will be available but you’ll also get great “thank you” gifts from limited edition wood ear buds to two KABOO bags (depending on the donation level).
If you would like to learn more about this Kickstarter campaign please visit this link – KABOO iPad Designer Handbags.
If you are unsure of how Kickstarter works you should check out this informative page – How to pledge and pre-order.
I love my bag. I know if you have the opportunity to see a KABOO bag in person you’ll fall in love with it too – especially if you care about your electronic devices.
*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.