Keep It Together With GAMETAG


Are you tired of your kid misplacing or losing expensive game cartridges for their Nintendo DS?  So was an Australian mom, who was inspired to invent something to keep the games always with the console.  With the GAMETAG, you can corral up to eight games.  The GAMETAG is a ring with eight tabs.  Each tab is attached to the back of a game cartridge.  The GAMETAG has a lanyard that you attach to the back of the Nintendo DS.  Since the tabs are on the back, you can easily insert the cartridge into the console without removing it from the ring.  Save time hunting for lost game cartridges and money with the GAMETAG.  You can order a GAMETAG directly from the company for $19.99 AUD.  Their website says they will ship outside of Australia.

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  • blore40 October 15, 2010, 9:29 am

    That’s why Sony invented the diskless PSP

  • Ronald October 16, 2010, 3:00 am

    Never lost an app carrying my iPod around 😉

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