Read: 8 mins. When we purchased the Bountech Sweet House three months ago, our children loved playing with it in our backyard. However, despite the great opportunities it afforded for parents to interact with the kids, the play pit area underneath the curved slide had the tendency for the little ones to hurt themselves when they fell onto the unpadded ground. We looked into the Bountech Castle 6-in-1 with Long Slide to see how it would compare with the Sweet House. What our son told us was surprising.
Read: 4 mins. I had owned several, hobbyist-level, remote control cars over the years -- the kind where you can literally take apart each component, upgrade parts, and tweak your vehicles to your liking. They generally cost several $100's. There are also less expensive ones that I allow my children to play and practice the controls with. This particular Bezgar 1 is a good, introductory vehicle into the hobbyist world of RC cars with excellent, all-terrain, waterproof performance.
Read: 6 mins. A few months ago, we had purchased a 9' x 7' bounce house for our daughter's birthday so the kids could enjoy themselves during the small, COVID-19 pandemic-restricted celebration. Even though we loved watching the kids jump up and down, they seemed to lose interest after a few minutes, and so we were on the lookout for a more EXCITING one that also had a large slide. Like before, at a rental cost of $75-$99 a day, it made financial sense to purchase a bounce house for long-term, repeated use, and this one from Bountech did not disappoint.