Monday, May 18, 2015

Royal Blue Kids Locker

One of my pet peeve is disorganization but when you have kids, it is hard to stay organized.  That's my main  issue especially with my  daughter because she love to do  so many things at a time  which creates chaos in her bedroom.  I am working with her in addressing the issue though and she is getting better at it.  I have designated a hook to put their school bags inside their  closet but it always ended up in the couch or in the floor which frustrates me at times.  I am so glad to have one of these school lockers  from SchoolLockers.com, a division of the Jorgenson Industrial companies.  I chose this royal blue kids locker because both of my kids love the color blue and they can share with this  one for a while.  I am planning to buy another one in the future as I have seen how high the wuality of their lockers are.  
Few dents but we straightened it out
Whenever I ask my husband to assemble something, the first thing he looks foris the manual so if the package does not come with one, he  freaks out lol.  I on the other hand is  different, I don't like  reading manuals when assembling something.  I like to look at the product and figure out how it goes.  Sometimes it's easy and sometimes, I have to take it apart or redo it again wich the hubby doesn't want to do.  He wants to do it according to the direction so he doesn't hav to redo it again.  
Since this locker did not come with the direction, we have to look at the picture at their website.  We played a guessing game in assembling this locker as there are two  kinds of screws.  When we started assembling it, we thought, there's oly one size of screws so we started using it.  When we get to the keg opart, we realized there are four longer screws that needs to be used on that part so we have to unscrew them again.
We got it done eventually after an hour lol.  Other than the lack of direction, I am very satisfied with this locker as they are heavy duty.    We only found  two dents  but we straighted it out  by tapping it gently with the hammer.
My son love this locker, he said that he is ready to play footnball lol.  He said he would love to have this for himself so he could  put all his  stuff in there.  I told him that I would save some to buy another one for her sister so they don't have to share.
I love that the materials are not flimsy,  they really make this locker a heavy duty one.  Another thing I have to point out is the number of screws, we need three more screws for the hooks.  We only use one screw for the three side hooks because we did not have enough.
Daughter immediately claimed the top part for her memory box.
She also put her shoes at the bottom  so I have to hear my son say "How about my shoes?" Oh boy, I could never win with these two Buritos, they are always competing with each other for everything.
You can get any  color of this Kids Locker for $104.95.  I guarantee, you will love this as it is super heavy dury.  This tier kids locker  is 15" x 15" x 48".  If you buy one of these, you can  view the video  below  to see the step by step process in assembling  it.  It's late when I found this but for those of you who are planning to get your children one, here is the video.

I told my kids that if I have to see their bags anywhere in the house, I will  give this locker away lol.  Of course, I won't do that but the kids promise to store their bags inside the locker everytime they arrive from school.  Thank you very much SchoolLockers.com!

Disclosure: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the products mentioned  in exchange of my honest  opinion which may differ from yours.  

26 comments:

  1. I remember lockers like that when I went to High School. What a cool way to get your kids to keep their things picked up and stowed away.

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  2. No way! How cool would it be to have a locker at home. I know both of my boys would absolutely love to have one, so maybe I should get them each one for the upcoming birthdays :-)

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  3. That's so fun! It really gives the room a cool kid vibe. I love it!

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  4. My son would love that! He's at an age now, where a locker like this would make me the cool mom for months.

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  5. I've been thinking of getting one of these for my son...it would look so cool in his room! I also despise clutter!!!

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  6. This is so cool! My oldest was asking for one and I had no idea what he was talking about! This is very cool and would look so good in his room! - jeanine

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  7. A locker at home. Very cool concept. I used to decorate mine just beautifully in fact your post brought back great memories of school. I hope your children enjoy it for many years to come.

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  8. We could use one of these in the house. I also can't stand when backpacks are left in different places instead of where they belong. This is perfect to hang jackets and backpacks after school.

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  9. What an awesome locker, that is such a cool thing to have at home! It can teach them how to deal with the real thing.

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  10. I used to hate lockers in high school! But, then again, our lockers never looked like this one! They are great for organization!

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  11. This is such a great idea for a kids room. I would have loved to have a few in my rec room when the kids were younger.

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  12. I hate how my kids ditch their back packs on the floor when they get home from school!! This would be perfect for them to store their bags in.

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  13. This looks exactly like the lockers we had in school. I can't say I'd be a fan of this in my house but I can see why kids would love it.

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  14. This would be such a great way to keep things picked up and put away! I would have loved one of those when I was a kid!

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  15. That's a fun accessory for a kids' room. It's useful too. I like it. :)

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  16. I think lockers are such a cool way for kids to stay organized. I love the color, too.

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  17. That's a very cute locker. Great space to store things in. Love the color.

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  18. This is so cool! I would love to get a couple of these for my kiddos for their rooms.

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  19. This is so cool. I'd love this for their play room.

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  20. How great! I think my kids need these to wrangle all of their nonsense. Those would be great in the mud room!

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  21. This is so creative. I have never considered having a locker at home. It will save us some fights over backpacks in the floor

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  22. I love the idea of installing lockers in the kids rooms! What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  23. Lockers in the playroom sounds like a fantastic idea. Thanks for sharing!!

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  24. That's really cute. It's a fun accent to a kids room. My kids would really like it.

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  25. How neat! My son definitely needs something like this in his room.

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  26. Both my kids need these. It's a great way to keep their stuff non-cluttered.

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