A serious Master Builder might ask what makes this better than a big, clear bin (for storage) and a bed sheet (for quick clean-up). With this activity mat you get the best of both worlds: it's essentially a parachute-like blanket with embedded strings around the edge. Completely pull out the string and the contraption cinches up into a neat little knapsack. Yes, maybe the price does seem a little steep, but the manufacturer did not cheap out on construction and materials. We got the smaller sized bag and it works just fine for our kids. We've even had Legos laid out on a bedsheet, wadded the whole thing up, and stuffed it inside the activity mat along with all the other loose pieces already in there. Unless you have gotten to the point where your builder is indexing Legos in shelves and tackle boxes, this should reduce a lot of stress during clean-up and transport. I would highly recommend this to any parents of Lego builders.
Inexpensive, easy to put together, light but sturdy! I have pain in my left wrist that makes pushups difficult without assistance (I'm not even 30 yet, WTF?!) and these things have allowed me to do pushups again. Would recommend. Can't imagine spending more for the same thing. Look out world, here comes Nick with his well-toned upper body! (hah...we'll see...but that part is up to me, isn't it?)
Thanks so much for the glasses. It looks great as it shows on the pics:-) and hope it will do the great as well. Its a clear lenses made with a special blue-light blocking polymer that prevents blue light and UV rays from passing through the lens. Very good packaging and nice customer service. Personally i recommended to everyone.