Toy Story Classic Etch A Sketch
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- The classically simple Etch-a-Sketch is one of the best-known toys of a generation and remains popular today
- No batteries, No problem. The classic Etch a Sketch is powered by skill and imagination
- Always portable, the 7 1/2 inch screen is perfect for home or on the go
- Every child deserves an Etch a Sketch
- Recommended Age Range 3 and Up
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Helps children develop fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, and imagination! This classic Etch-A-Sketch will provide hours of pencil-free drawing. Nurture your little one's creativity with the ever classic Etch A Sketch. As if it weren't fun enough, this version's packaging features Buzz Lightyear and other characters from Disney-Pixar's film Toy Story. Get the classic Etch A Sketch featuring Toy Story packaging.
Care and Cleaning - Spot Clean Only Measures approximately 10 x 8 x 1 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
Don't buy this or pay extra for this because it says it is a Toy Story. Toy Story is only on the outside packaging that you will throw away. The actual toy itself is just a conventional etch a sketch, the same design for the last 40 years.
The lines drawn by this toy are so faint that they are barely visible. This has resulted in my kids losing interest in a classic toy!!!! I am not going to be buying similar products through amazon anymore.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 6 year old grandson opened the Etch A Sketch (which he had asked for repeatedly) and it worked for about an hour, then quit for whatever reason. Read morePublished on January 18, 2014 by sbw
When I received this it was all scratched up... and if you use it and try to erase it you can still see all the marks made. Wanted to return it but too late. Not recommended.Published on December 12, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Great gift, it turned out to be a great gift. Showed up in great condition. i would this recommend again.Published on September 4, 2013 by robyn Whitead