Ohio Art Etch A Sketch In 1960 Box
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- Magnetic doodle game controlled by dials
- A classic for over 50 years.
- 9" X 7.5"
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
Which means there was plenty of time in my childhood to perfect utterly useless skills, like writing in cursive on an Etch A Sketch. I was good at it. I could draw perfect circles, and lacy valentine hearts, and landscapes with cows.
My kids have none of these skills. They kick my butt at video games. So I bought an Etch A Sketch in self defense. Boy, were they impressed when I whipped out a picture of Spiderman.
They will never be able to do that. None of them. They don't have the attention span it takes to learn how to control a cursor using two little wheels.
So I win at this. It may be the only thing I ever win at when playing with my kids. They do everything else better than me. But I win at this!
The line on this new Etch A Scetch is barely visible! I can hardly see it myself. My grandson was unimpressed and almost immediately lost interest. And like another reviewer mentioned, what line you do have won't shake out! What a disappointment! I should have purchased him another Savings Bond. Next time I will shop retail so I can try it out first hand.
We returned them and Amazon honored the return right away.
Like everyone else has said, the lines are very faint if they show up at all and they don't erase at all. They can't see what line they're on and they're just plain frustrating. They even feel cheap, there's no weight to them and the dials are very loose. If you want an old style etch a sketch, get the mini holiday print versions some stores sell in their seasonal departments for Easter and Christmas. They work, but unfortunately you have to sacrifice size.
I, too, was excited for my child to receive the Etch-A-Sketch for Christmas this year. (Yes, we actually received THIS PRODUCT!) Unfortunately, this item is defective and should not be purchased by anyone. As reviewed by several others WHO ACTUALLY OWN THIS PRODUCT, the lines are too faint AND DON'T EVEN ERASE. This is a complete piece of junk and a waste of your money! No child will play with this new version of the Etch-A-Sketch. Did you understand that IT DOESN'T ERASE!
I wish I had ordered mine from Amazon, so I could return it, but we got it for a gift. After this review, I plan to contact the manufacturer and demand a refund. Or perhaps they have another product that works. But this one does not.
wont break unless you bring it in the tub (dont do that) Not great for kids who are accustomed to video games and TV. But great for kids who know how to play without electronics.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gift for someone who lost their own in childhood. Now that she is fifty we thought a new one was a good idea. Just like the original.Published 15 months ago by Bruce Burnett
In today's era of electronic everything, it is nice to show kids 'how hard we had it' in our youth. I manage a group of engineers and drafters and I always had this out as a gag... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer