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Crayola Light Designer

This reminded me of the light bright that a lot of use grew up on, except a more modern version of course. You put the designer pin to the 360 surface and can create designs, play preprogrammed games, and make simple animations. You can save up to 50 images on the designer itself which is great because children can save their favorites and show them off. There are multiple effects you can add to enhance your drawing. It requires 2 AAA batteries for the pen and 4 D batteries for the actual Designer base. The batteries did not come with the item and I should note that you can buy a power adapter for non-battery use. This is a fun toy for younger children my five year old enjoyed it and to be honest I won’t have to buy a coloring book anytime soon. It is colorful and fun for younger children but for an older more technology advanced child it will be a trivial designer toy. If your child still likes coloring books this is a great toy to keep them active and to help them start expressing themselves creatively. If your child is older and finds coloring or doodling beneath them than keep searching for something more advanced.

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2 comments on “Crayola Light Designer

  1. Tina faye
    November 11, 2012

    This is going to be the perfect Christmas gift for my 5 year old daughter! She is going to love it! Thanks

  2. concerneddad
    November 27, 2012

    Do you know how long the batteries will last? I’m concerned that all the lights mean it’s going to go through them really quickly.

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