Thursday, August 22, 2013

Lulalu Calendar Pads Review


I recently was given the opportunity to review the Lalalu Calendar Pads for stainless Fridge and Mirrors  for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.



With school starting again and just day to day life I know we all need to leave notes for ourselves and the family. Lulalu has come up with a really cute, safe and durable Calendar Pad that is made just for this. I know that for me I have had other things in the past that I have used on my fridge only to find that they did not stay up on the fridge or the sticky stuff on the back ruined my fridge. What I really like about this product is that they use a special stick material is non-toxic and leaves no marks or residue. The material is unique and requires some simple TLC to ensure your items properly stick to your surfaces.

I really like how colorful the their products are. The sent me three different products to review. 
$15.00
 I really like how the weekly calendar has 50 sheets to each pad and that it is the full week not just the weekdays. With this particular calendar because of the colors when I have used it to write down appointments on it I can honestly say that my husband has seemed to pay more attention to it.

Our striped weekly pad adds a fresh accent to your space while helping you own each day of the week. This nifty weekly calendar sticks to stainless steel fridges, glass, mirrors and more injecting a fresh dose of personality and creativity into everyday spaces like the kitchen, office or even the bathroom! Made in the USA.

The second one is the Lulalu List Pad Now Later Whenever
$15.00
This is a picture of the Now Later Whenever on my refrigerator
I plan on using the Now Later Whenever pad to write down my Honey Do List for my husband, for my kids but also for myself. Although my husband said that most of his stuff need to go on the whenever list. I told him yeah good luck with that one.

Fight back against the tyranny of now in colorful style and design with this fun and unique pad. The “Now, Later, Whenever” List Pad lets you get to it, when you need to get to it. Sticks and re-sticks to stainless steel fridges, glass, mirrors and other surfaces so it is ready for use in your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, office, and more! Made in the USA.
  • 50 sheets
  • 10 X 10”
  • Sticks to any smooth, clean non-porous surface
  • Reusable, non-toxic and leaves no residue

 The third product that I received is the Lulalu Keychain Flashlight Pink Gelato
$10.00
Lulalu Keychain Flashlight in Pink Gelato

 Their keychain is cute, durable and well made. I was planning on putting this on my keys but my daughter who is 8 years old saw it and took it from me. She has actually used it when she has to use the restroom at night. I really love how they did not use the usual round key chain holder on the light. The holder is actually made of what seems to be to me is a strong flexible wire.

The Lulalu Pink Gelato Keychain Flashlight is a perky accessory combined with a dependable LED light. With an easy-release mechanism and a peppy round shape, our Keychain Flashlight makes a great little gift (or a useful treat for yourself).
Hang your keys on it or work your style by attaching it to your purse, bag or backpack. Brilliant light and smart design are always at hand.
  • Easy Release mechanism (no broken nails while changing your keys)
  • Soft-touch silicone button (easy-to-find on/off switch)
  • Replaceable battery (CR2032)
With the products that they sent me to review I also received a catalog which I have photographed
 (pics below)

 To check out many of the products shown in the above catalog click HERE. Lulalu also carries many other wonderful products not shown above:

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10 comments:

  1. I need something like this to keep myself on track! Thanks for the info! Going to check them out.

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  2. I need the calendar pads for my house!

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  3. I could really use those calendar pads. My husband is always asking me to remind him what needs done.

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  4. These look like something I need lol

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  5. I could really use the calendar pads. I have a planner, but am always moving it all over the house and can't ever seem to keep up with it.

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  6. How nifty! I need something like this with school starting and all of my appointments to keep up with. Love all the bright colors! Checking them out :)

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  7. This is so colorful and neat. I love it and it's definitely something we could use in my house!

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  8. Gosh I need it not only for my kids but for the whole family.

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