For any of you who think I am indoctrinating my daughter into a life mini-me of geekdom, here’s a fact for you – unlike me, she doesn’t like Spider-Man anymore.
However, she loves Spider-Girl – and luckily her outfit looks an awful lot like Spider-Man’s.
This similarity works for this terrific LittleLife Spider-Man Day Sack that my daughter was very happy to receive.
The Spidey mask is an iconic design, and it’s effectively used as the basis for this kids day sack, which is also assembled to match the shape of the masked Spidey face. As an added bonus, the whites of Spidey’s eyes are also highly-reflective, adding to your child’s visibility as the days get darker.
As well as being (to me) a stylishly designed accessory it’s also a really well made backpack. The materials are sturdy, the adjustable padded straps and secure buckles are high quality, and it has a lot of room for what she needs to pack for outings or a day at nursery. It also has a top handle for carrying or hanging, plus an internal name & address label should you want to fill it in.
If you likes facts and figures, the main details for this Spider-Man Day Sack are:
- Weight: 220g
- Dimensions: 14cm x 22cm x 30cm
- Capacity: 4 Litres
- Suitable for Ages: 3+ Years (with no upper age limit stated!)
- Additional Features: Reflective Eyes
This is a great product, and I’m really glad we have it. And not just because it’s a Spider-
Man Girl one.
Unfortunately, the Spidey Day Sack doesn’t come with an inbuilt Spider-Sense. But instead, we were sent this terrific Family First Aid Kit for us to deal with any accidents our Spider-sense would have prevented. This kit has pretty much everything you could need to deal with most bumps, scrapes or worse when on the go with your kids.
Here’s a list of what it includes:
- Primary care leaflet
- 25g Sudocrem
- Forehead thermometer
- Vinyl gloves
- Nappy sacks
- Micropore tape
- Antiseptic wipes
- Medium and small eyepad dressings
- Low adherent dressing
- Fabric dressing strip
- Wound closure strips
- Gauze swabs
- Woven bandage
- Crepe bandage
- Triangular bandage
- Safety pins
- Burn gel
- Eye wash
And last but not least:
- ‘Brave Little Star’ stickers (magical adhesives that reduce crying times enormously)
It’s all efficiently packed up in a tidy zip-up bag that measures only 17 x 12 x 7cm, so while you could keep this at home in the bathroom cabinet it’s perfect for taking out with you – just in case.
Finally, we were also sent this Gruffalo Toddler Daysack (toddler not included).
While our daughter, at nearly 4, is too old for this (recommended age is 1-3), I can see this is another well made, thoughtfully designed, and fun looking product.
The Gruffalo’s face is faithfully reproduced, including important details such as the poisonous wart at the end of his nose.
As it’s for a smaller child it has about half the capacity of the Spidey sack, and it also comes with toddler reins. We never had to use these, but I know many other kids are far more into defying requests not to run off.
The Gruffalo Toddler Daysack is also available to buy at the LittleLife website.
Disclosure: We were gifted all products for the purposes of this review.