Daze Products, Inc. Launches The Game Chamber™

MELVILLE, NY– It’s every parent’s biggest annoyance come to life: You spend hundreds of dollars to buy your child their favorite handheld video games only to see your hard earned money go down the drain when they get lost or damaged.

Well, no more, thanks to The Game Chamber™, a revolutionary new locking storage organizer from Daze Products, Inc., that will officially launch February 11 at the 2007 International Toy Fair at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City.

The Game Chamber prevents children from losing or damaging their games because they have to put the game cartridge or CD/DVD they are playing with away if they want to play with another. The Game Chamber is perfect for storing games, movies or videos, which may be on a variety of media, i.e., cartridges, UMD Cards, CD’s, or DVD’s. Not only does it teach children personal responsibility, it also takes the strain off mom and dad’s wallet because no longer will they needlessly have to spend more money to replace lost or damaged games.

The Game Chamber was created last May by Michael Rosenberg, Founder and CEO of Daze Products, Inc. The father of four children, the idea was born out of his own frustration with games constantly being lost, broken and destroyed, not to mention the clutter left on the floor.“As every parent of young children can attest, it’s nerve-racking to, time and again, incur the expense of having to replace these games,” said Rosenberg.“I couldn’t find an organizer that both protected the games and our investment in them, so I created one that serves both purposes.”

The Game Chamber has a rotating wheel that locks each game in place until whatever game the child has, is put back into the chamber. At that point, the child can rotate the wheel to select another game. All games are labeled so it is easy to find the next game the child wants to play.

One formerly frustrated parent who used The Game Chamber said:“Anything that saves me money and teaches children personal responsibility for their belongings is a big plus. The Game Chamber does all this and more. What better example to teach kids about what they’ll need to learn later in life than with toys?”

Another parent spoke frankly,“Each year I’m wasting as much as 20% of my original investment because of lost games. I’d rather get a Game Chamber and save the money than lose those games.”

The Game Chamber is currently available for use with the Nintendo DS® and Nintendo DS Lite®, Nintendo® Gameboy Advance™, and Nintendo® Gameboy Advance SP™. Additional Game Chambers are currently being developed for release in 2nd quarter, 2007 for Nintendo Wii System, as well as for the Sony PSP (Playstation Portable), Sony PS2, PS3, the Microsoft Xbox 360 and all relevant Leapfrog products.

Daze Products is accepting orders for all products effective immediately, and the company is expecting heavy demand. Daze invites all Toy Fair participants to meet at the Daze Products booth, Booth 3114, to see a demonstration of the Game Chamber. You may place your orders at The Game Chamber web site at www.gamechamber.com or by contacting Daze Products directly at 631-813-2427.

About Daze Products

Daze Products, Inc. is a leading provider of organizational products for the interactive audio/video gaming industry. The company’s mission is to create innovative solutions that make a difference in people’s lives by simultaneously protecting their investment while organizing their media.

Contact:

Michael Rosenberg, CEO

Daze Products™, Inc.

631-813-2427

michael@dazeproducts.com


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