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LeapFrog LeapPad2 Custom Edition (Green)

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  • Kids' learning tablet with 5" touchscreen and 4 GB memory
  • Includes 10 sticker skins and matching digital wallpapers
  • Front and back 2-megapixel cameras with video recording
  • Levelled reading experiences and creative play activities
  • Includes 9 apps with a library of over 800 available to buy
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight340 g
Product Dimensions6.4 x 13.3 x 17.9 cm
Batteries:4 AA batteries required.
Manufacturer recommended age:4 years and up
Item model number31400
Batteries Required?Yes
Batteries Included?No
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 70,848 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight540 g
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Date First Available1 Jan 2013

Product Description

Product Description

LeapPad2 Custom with sticker
Personalise your custom LeapPad2 with one of ten fun sticker skins. view larger
Child holding the LeapPad2 Custom
Designed and built just for kids! view larger
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The LeapFrog library contains over 800 games and apps teaching various skills. view larger

Over 100 ways to customise the look

Includes fun sticker skins

Customise the popular LeapPad2 learning tablet and make it personal. The LeapPad2 Custom Edition kids' learning tablet comes with ten fun sticker skins, including ones your child can colour themselves.

Choose from over ten wallpapers

Mix and match with 11 digital wallpapers, then change up the look for more fun. LeapPad2 sticker skins are easy to remove with no mess and no fuss!

Kid-tough and kid-smart

Tested for kid-tough durability

Featuring high-impact side bumpers and a rugged rubberised frame, the LeapPad2 tablet has been thoroughly drop-tested for kid-tough durability, and kid-tested for age-appropriate fun.

Designed and built specifically for kids

Built from the inside out just for kids, the LeapPad2 Custom Edition is easy to use and tough to put down.

More than 800 cartridge games and downloadable apps

Explore hundreds of innovative games, eBooks, and more that automatically adapt to your child's learning!

LeapFrog learning apps and game cartridges are designed by LeapFrog's in-house educational experts and grounded in the latest research to keep kids challenged and engaged.

With 2,600 skills that go beyond core subjects, the LeapFrog library offers a complete learning solution that inspires kids through play.

LeapPad in use with headphones
There are plenty of options for enjoying your LeapPad (headphones sold separately).
Child using LeapPad camera
Includes two high-quality cameras! view larger
LeapFrog Learning Path
Connect to the Learning Path for more.

Learn and play your way

Plenty of ways to play

Draw and write with your finger or the stylus. Turn, twist, and shake the tablet for exciting motion-based play, or touch characters and words in eBooks to bring them to life.

Engaging fun with educational value

Videos and music add to the educational fun for endless engagement anywhere.

Front and back cameras

Capture photos and videos

With front and back cameras and a video recorder – plus 4 GB of memory– the sky's the limit for creative play. Take photos and capture videos with two views of your world.

Edit your creations

Then, edit the pictures you've taken with the included Photo Lab app!

Nine apps included

The LeapPad2 Custom contains nine apps built-in, including Art Studio, Photo Lab, Pet Pad, Utility Suite (includes calculator, calendar, notepad, and clock with stopwatch functions), LeapFrog Learning Songs (five songs included), and one of three apps of your choice to download for free.

See and share achievements

Connect your child's tablet to your computer to see his or her LeapFrog Learning Path. View specific details of your child's play and learning, including areas where your child excels or needs more support.

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Recommended ages 3 to 9 years 3 to 9 years 3 to 9 years 4 to 9 years
Touchscreen size 5 inches 5 inches 5 inches 7 inches
Screen resolution 480 x 272 480 x 272 480 x 272 1024 x 600
Processor speed 550 MHz 550 MHz 550 MHz 800 MHz
On-board memory capacity 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 8 GB
Kid-safe WiFi
Motion sensor
Front and back cameras 2 megapixels 2 megapixels 2 megapixels 2 megapixels
Video recorders 240p 240p 240p 480p
MP3 player Sold separately Sold separately Sold separately Built-in
Apps included 5 9 9 11
Batteries required 4 x AA 4 x AA 4 x NiMh 1 x lithium ion
Batteries included
Battery life Up to 9 hours Up to 9 hours Up to 9 hours Up to 9 hours
AC adapter
Peer-to-peer play

Box Contains

1 x LeapPad2
10 x Sticker skins
1 x USB cable
1 x Quick start guide
1 x Parent guide

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 24 Sep 2014
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My child loved it but it doesn't come with battery pack.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By BeastofaMan on 21 Feb 2014
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If you have a wild 2 year old son like me and want a few hours peace quiet then buy the leapfrog. Its well worth the £40 investment.
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By mrs susan bentley on 4 Nov 2014
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pleased with the product and prompt service
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By marz gyang on 18 Aug 2014
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5-yr-old loves it, but it devours AA batteries 26 Aug 2014
By M. Christine Klein - Published on Amazon.com
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We just bought this for my daughter for her 5th birthday. On the plus side, she loves it. It is very intuitive for a young child to operate, and there are a variety of age-appropriate game/book choices, both fun and educational. You must hook it up to your computer to receive them or buy cartridges (which are subject to getting lost). Moreover, the games are significantly more expensive than the typical (often free) app for a Kindle or iPad. The number one enormous drawback of this device is that it isn't rechargeable; it requires four AA batteries. My daughter received this last Friday night, and now it is Tuesday morning. We have already been through 8 batteries (!!!!) and are about to put in the next four. This is a ridiculous burn rate on the batteries, and we are going to need to severely limit her access to this device because replacing four AA batteries every two days is simply too expensive. So although this is a perfect electronic device for a young child, it will cost you plenty on the back end to load it with games and feed it batteries.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great fun but pricey learning tool... 20 Jan 2014
By Denise Crawford - Published on Amazon.com
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I selected the LeapPad2 tablet for my 3 1/2 year old grandson as a way to entertain him in the car, during quiet time, and as a way for him to learn in a fun way.

This well made tablet comes with 4 GB of storage and 10 sticker skins that allow your child to customize the look of the tablet. It is ready to go right out of the box with several programs: pet house (play with a pet--make it, feed it, learn letters), photo lab, utilities: calculator, calendar, stock watch, and music player. I liked that he could personalize it instantly with his name! Unfortunately, an internet connection is required to download the one free app. The free app choices are: solar taxi, scout and friends, or squirrel summertime games. It is easy to download -- hook the cable to the device and then your computer and go to the website to choose your app. As I said, you get one program and it downloads quickly.

There are several advantages to the LeapPad learning system -- adjustable learning level, level appropriate learning, etc. I will let you read about that elsewhere. The important things about the device: it is easy for a child to hold, the stylus is attached so it won't be lost the day out of the box, the games make sense from the beginning and my three year old was able to navigate through the apps easily. The screen display is average in quality and I am little disappointed in the lack of appeal to the picture quality. There is no rechargeable battery with this LeapPad2 but the battery life (4 AA batteries) seems long enough (the packaging claims 9 hours).

My biggest complaint is the price of the games that you'll want to add for further exploration. Leap Frog sells them for $25 but you can buy the cartridge version on Amazon for a bit less. I bought LeapFrog Jake and The Never Land Pirates Learning Game (Works with LeapPad Tablets, LeapsterGS, and Leapster Explorer) and LeapFrog Letter Factory Learning Game (works with LeapPad Tablets and Leapster GS) for $17 each. My grandson enjoys Jake but got bored by the Letter Factory pretty quickly. Sad, given that I just spent that extra money on the game. We will try to find other games that appeal to him but for now he seems content with the Jake game and the free solar taxi app.

Despite some negatives, I still feel this is a great learning device for this age group.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
By GYPSY THE STEGOSAURUS - Published on Amazon.com
This is the Custom Edition, which is a LeapPad2 with 10 extra sticker skins and matching pictures on the LeapPad itself. It comes with 9 apps, 10 sticker skins, 11 different wallpapers (electronic/apps) usb cable, and necessary books etc.

My granddaughter (like all children) LOVED to play with cell phones and even at age 3 she would know if they were activated or not. She didn't do anything, but liked to see the lights, hear the sounds and see what the buttons do. Unfortunately, the life span of the phone or tablet (when she starts using it) is substantially diminished ---ie if it lasts an hour its a miracle.

I bought a generic cheap tablet, but the batteries didn't last more than an hour. So---I got this.


Its child proof.
It is drop proof
High quality compared to other products in price range
has apps available by different ways
can be customized with overlays and stickers.
Good sound
Has decent cameras--front and back
easy to use.

cannot download apps
Limited app availability
expensive (apps/etc--more in review)

This is not the same as a small tablet like a 7inch kindle fire, nexus 7, or others like samsung tab 3/4 (small size) so you really cannot do a line by line comparison. However, for 50-70$ you get this LeapFrog Custom editioni which uses 4AA batteries, touch screen, 4gb memory, front/back cameras, (adequate), --no wifi, you must buy the games from Leap. I can tell you though, the "SELFIE" has become the real great part of this. There must be 50 different ones, along with another 30-40 of her friends, school friends, class mates, teacher, and on and on. Then add to that list the photos taken, and you quickly realize how much fun they have with this. Its too bad they cant send them to others, but that is also good. I know that those pictures are staying on that device.

You can download many Leap apps free---but those only work on android or ipad. Its tempting as I mentioned earlier to get an inexpensive tablet and download apps. The problem with that immediately comes up in two ways

1- The Leap is designed for small children. The android/apple tablets are not.
2- The ability to take a beating, dropped, wet, (not waterproof but more than a traditional tablet for sure)

After you try a regular tablet and download apps for a child, you immediately see that you have problems as mentioned. That is where this shines---the child can use it and is not bored with it, and if they drop it, or toss it in a toybox, it will work next time they use it (assuming the batteries are not dead)===hint-use rechargeable ones. I got a battery charger/4 niMH batteries. --it was about 20$ and saves me a fortune in alkaline battery costs. The batteries do last a long time but there is not a "charger"--you have to provide that.

LeapPad has made these or variations of it since 1999 so they are going to be around tomorrow and they definitely will be there tomorrow. They are great if you need help, and the apps--cartridges etc will be around forever. I think for small children, its the ONLY way to go. Thank you!!
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Fun for ALL Ages!! 16 Jan 2014
By Steven James - Published on Amazon.com
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That's what the kiddos in my special education class have to say about the LeapPad 2 Kids' Learning Tablet. The newl year is off to a great start now that I have this fantastic device. It is used as a "free time" activity that has my students rushing to finish their school work quickly so they can be the first to use it. We also have an iPad in the class, but since this is the 'newest" and most colorful game we have all the kids want to play it. Now, you must remember that I am talking high school aged students with disabilities here. It is an excellent educational tool that teaches and reinforces basic skills. The apps are a little on the spendy side, but I am always willing to spring for activities that help my kids.

The only downfall is that it doesn't have a rechargable internal battery. It requires 4 AA batteries, but they do seem to last quite a while, I haven't had to replace them yet, after 2 weeks of almost non-stop play time throughout the day. The students also love the camera capability. They have enjoyed taking "selfies" and also photographing their classmates. The picture quality isn't very good, but it is good enough for the kids..they seem to love it. Overall, this is a a great product for a great price. I think every special education classroom should have access to a LeapPad2 Learning Tablet.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Fun and easy to use for kids. Not as fun as Kindle Fire or Ipad though. 26 Jan 2014
By Sidarta Tanu - Published on Amazon.com
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LeapFrog LeapPad2 is a learning tablet geared towards kids age 3-9 years. It includes some basic software such as art studio, Photo, pet pad, calculator, calendar, notepad, clock, and you can download more learning programs, games and eBooks at additional cost. The screen is quite small for a tablet (5 inch, which is smaller than a samsung galaxy note screen). Also this tablet doesn't come with a rechargeable battery nor AC adapter which I think it should be standard offering (unless LeapFrog consider this more of a toy than a tablet). It also doesn't have wi-fi so you need to connect it to your computer to download the additional program. All in all, this is a decent learning tablet for kids and the price is a lot cheaper than Kindle Fire and Apple Ipad but once you added the cost of all the games/app cartridges purchase and downloads, the total price is probably going to be comparable with a kindle fire or older version of Ipad which I think will be a lot more fun. Then again it's probably not fair to compare this LeapPad tablet with Kindle and Ipad, and maybe this is more comparable with the Nintendo DS which is more of a toy/game equipment. Bottom line is, if Kindle Fire and Ipad don't currently exist, or you can't afford those, then this LeapPad tablet is a good alternative.

Sidarta Tanu
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