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Barbie Dolled up Nails Digital Nail Printer

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  • Barbie Dolled Up Nails Digital Nail Printer
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 10.5 x 10.8 inches ; 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B002I6SH22
  • Item model number: N6891
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,526 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Get the ultimate custom manicure with Barbie Dolled Up Nails digital nail printer! With Barbie Dolled Up Nails, you can create, customize, and print perfect, professional quality designs right at home. Barbie Dolled Up Nails connects to your computer and is easy and fun to use. Printing takes only a few seconds, and the designs last for days! Use on your own, or invite your friends over for a manicure party! You can select from 1000s of intricate designs, and even upload your own photos to create a custom manicure perfect for any occasion.

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Customer Reviews

My daughter was so excited to get this printer for Christmas!
T. Slider
My husband is great with computers and even he had a hard time installing the software and getting the printer to work.
tawni
She used it a few times, and ended up going back to nail polish.
D. Stanley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Lori R., Hanlon on December 29, 2009
My girls live on the computer, so when they told me they couldn't get the Barbie Doll'd up nails to work correctly I was ready to pack it up and return it, but I took a couple hours out of my schedule to play around with it. The main problem is the alignment, and you just have to get "The Hang of it", after we figured that out, we had loads of fun with it. Get it centered and move the side guides in to match your fingernail, when you are ready to print, make sure that none of the skin at the base of your nail is visible on the "camera" screen, this eliminates getting the ink on most of your finger. I left the designs on my nails for work and alot of my clients noticed and were very impressed! I don't know about my kids, but I couldn't wait to get home and play with it some more. Already looking for ink refills to stock up, but haven't been able to find a source online. This is the coolest toy if invest the time in figuring it out.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By L. A. Scintp on January 24, 2010
I'm sorry that this product is getting so many bad reviews. I bought it for my daughter for Christmas. She was so excited. On Christmas night after she went to bed, I loaded the software and completed all the set up. I noticed some people had alignment issues. You have to align the printer by inserting the alignment card into the nail slot and getting the red test line to move to the center. I had so much fun practicing on my own nails that night. The next morning, we did my daughter's nails and she couldn't be happier. There are so many cute designs to choose from. We've been doing her nails every week since and we still haven't repeated a design. It's blurry only when she wiggles during printing or we didn't set the printer totally flat. But, we love it. You just have to get the hang of it. It's worth if for such unique designs.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By P. Thompson on August 14, 2011
And that's exactly the point with this printer. Those who can never get it to work hate it. I would too. What a waste of money. Those who get it to work love it. It took me about 7 hours of messing around with it on three different computers to finally get it. Yes, 7 hours. But once we got it, it did exactly what it was supposed to do. There is a slight learning curve to using the printer, but nothing a sharp kid (or a parent) can't get the hang of after a few nails. I am happy to say that my daughter's $150 was not wasted. With three girls (and myself), I suspect it will get a lot of use.

Here's what I've learned and what I wish I had known ahead of time:

1) Don't try to install it on a slow machine that doesn't have a high speed USB 2.0 port. You will spend several hours figuring out that the computer just can't handle the hardware, which really is an impressive little piece of machinery (video/camera/printer all in one).

2) If you're going to install it on a Windows 7 system, DO NOT use the included disc. Go to [...] to download the latest software instead.

3) As all of the installation instructions say, be sure to install the software BEFORE you connect the printer. I've been there and done that and it's just going to mess things up.

4) If the images are printing on the skin below your fingernail, or they're not showing up at all, you probably didn't get the CAMERA aligned properly. I'm not talking about the printer alignment, which is easily accessed from the Settings/Printer menu in the program. I'm talking about the CAMERA alignment, which only seems to come up once after you've installed the software, and then never again.
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60 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Molly Mohr on December 28, 2009
Do not bother purchasing this overpriced piece of junk. I bought for my 7 year old daughter who could hardly contain her excitement on Christmas day upon receiving it. After 3 days of trying to get it to work, installing and uninstalling the software, installing multiple updates, multiple 'could not connect to printer messages' I finally gave up and returned it today. The few times it did actually work, the picture was a blurry mess and never printed where it indicated it would.

I also noticed this morning the Toys R Us no longer displays this item on their website..hmmm. When I returned it, the salesperson told me they have received many returns on this item..clear indication of the quality of this product.

Great idea..poor execution.

DO NOT BUY THIS!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By suziemak on January 1, 2010
This is a great toy. I emphasize "toy". It is not a high dollar nail printer for adults (eventhough I have a lot of fun playing with it). It will not give the professional results of a $1000 printer. I bought it for $135 at ToysRUs. My girls love it. Great for team spirit - nails can be printed for sports/school events. Holiday designs are really fun. It has a multitude of designs and we have created our own designs by importing photographs of people and flowers. A high quality photo will result in a better printed design. It is very easy to use.

1. Paint nails with a base coat.
2. Apply a thin layer of special base that is designed to accept the printer ink, let dry.
3. Insert your finger into printer per directions and take a picture of your nail.
4. Click on the design you want.
5. Adjust the design if you want by changing colors, enlarging, reducing, rotate, etc...
6. Re-insert finger per directions, align it with the design and print.
7. Apply a clear topcoat.
If you make a mistake or change your mind, you can remove the design by washing it off before you apply topcoat.

Practice will help increase your skills. I have 5 daughters and 4 grandaughters (along with their friends) who love this little printer. They have used it over and over. The children feel so proud of their designed nails. My youngest is 11 yrs old and she can print her nails without adult assistance. If you know a child who loves painted fingernails, this printer would be a great gift. I would recommend the Barbie Nail Printer.
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