Hi, I’m Bluey. They also call me KidBox, because I’m like the treasure box that every kid has, and you can use me to protect a big treasure that your family has – the iPad. I am designed to work for iPad 2 and iPad 3. iPad 1? Hmmmmm, I wasn’t even born when that thick guy is around, so probably we won’t get along. I hope the pictures have explained everything about me. I have a handle for the little ones to drag me around, and I can serve as a stand for them to watch videos. I love what I do, to protect your iPad, and make it easier for you to use. Take me home, and be my friend.
If you are a girl, you may want to check out my sister Pinky.
Hi, I’m Pinky. They also call me KidBox, because I’m like the treasure box that every kid has … you probably have heard all these from my brother Bluey, so I’m not going to bore you again. I work for exactly the same kind of iPads (2 and 3), and have exactly the same handle, which can be pushed back into a stand, except that PINK is a great color. It is way cuter, so take ME home, and be MY friend.
Also, I hope you can meet my baby sister Orange.
Hi, I’m Orange. Let me try to say this and I hope I don’t mess up. “They call me KidBox, because I’m like the treasure box that every kid has, and I’m used to protect a big treasure of your family – the iPad. I am designed to work for iPad 2 and iPad 3. iPad 1? I hope the pictures have explained everything about me.” I love what I do, to protect your iPad, and make it easier for you to use. Take me home, and be my friend.
Limee is the newest member of the KidBox family.
A lot of families nowadays buy iPad for their kids, because it’s easy to use, and has tons of educational and fun apps. But iPad is an expensive device. Parents can never let a young kid play with an iPad without a good protection case. As a designer, I always wanted to create something that is super protective, but not bulky so kids would like to use.
I have to say we got some inspiration from existing products that are already out there targeting young customers. I think EVA is a good material to use. It’s strong enough to protect the iPad, yet light enough so a child will not feel tired after holding it for a long time.
We call it KidBox, and was hoping it was just like the toy box we had when we are little, before there are Nintendo, playstation, iPod, and that box has all of our treasures, and we liked to take it anywhere we go.
We want it to be fun, but at the same time functional, so we came up with an idea to create a handle, that can also serve as a stand. We tried many different kinds, and came up with the one we have now.
As for how to put the iPad in, we had a big discussion. One point we have is that, if it’s easy to install, the kids can easily take it off. Definitely parents do not want that to happen. We would rather make it a little harder to put in, so it will stay safely in. That’s how we got the opening on the back of the case. It also serves the purpose of exposing the camera, the power button and part of the speaker. Now we can say all ports are open.
KaysCase KidBox, the best iPad Case for Kids! Take one home today.
KidBox is now available for iPad mini as well. Check them out:
Please of the specification difference of different iPad models, we have the following for kinds of KidBoxes for iPads.
KidBox for iPad 2, 3, 4: http://www.amazon.com/KAYSCASE-KidBox-Protective-Cover-Handle/dp/B00QBPJA9U
KidBox for iPad mini 1, 2, 3: http://www.amazon.com/KAYSCASE-compatible-Display-Lifetime-Warranty/dp/B009UD3MAS
KidBox for iPad Air: http://www.amazon.com/KAYSCASE-KidBox-Protective-Handle-Generation/dp/B00EUUO9M6
KidBox for iPad Air 2: http://www.amazon.com/iPad-Air-Case-KAYSCASE-Lifetime/dp/B00OB2F882