There is a new kind of kids backpack on the market. It’s the JETPACK Adventure Pack by Harry and Jack’s.
I was recently sent one of these unique backpacks to review on my blog and I gave it to my friend’s 5 year old son as I knew he would enjoy using it. It turns out that when it arrived he was actually in need of a new school bag so the timing was perfect!
The bag has an RRP of £29.99 but it is currently available for £24.99 on the Harry and Jack’s online shop.
The bag is extremely well made and it appears to be very durable – which is what you want from a kids bag. It needs to be able to withstand daily use.
I love the rocket shaped pockets on the front of the bag and I think it is very innovative how the points of the rockets unzip to reveal two deep storage pockets (the inside of the rocket shapes). Plus when you undo the velcro you will see that the points of the rockets are actually little pockets with a base in – ideal for storing little bits and bobs like toy cars. An easier way to understand what I mean about these rocket pockets is to look at the photo on the left.
The rucksack has padded shoulder straps and the main compartment of the bag unzips to reveal a large storage area for school books and a lunch box etc.
On one side of the JETPACK is a zipped pocket and on the other is a drawstring water bottle pocket.
The JETPACK even comes with a removable ‘Space Adventure’ wrist strap so that your child can put it around their wrist and take their role play adventure to another level.
You can see another glowing review of this Adventure Pack over on the Precious Little Worlds blog.
If you are thinking about another last minute Christmas gift to get your child then how about ordering them one of these adventure packs. They are sure to love it….just like my friend’s son did!
You will have to be quick to get your order in though as it is now the 18th December so you won’t be able to get delivery in time for Christmas for much longer.
Please visit the Harry and Jack’s website to place an order.
I shall leave you with a video of the JETPACK from their You Tube channel :-