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Crayola Glow Book
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- Create 5 different surfaces
- Limitless animation combinations
- The plastic plates open like a book.
- Variable lighting effect options to maximize the glowing contents
- Makes creative time more playful
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Crayola Glow Book
The Crayola Glow Book lets kids create glowing, moving, animated art. Six glow marker colors and four removable drawing surfaces allow kids to draw, layer, and arrange images, and then light them in sequence so that the images appear to move. And since glow marker drawing surfaces wipe clean with a damp cloth, kids can create new images as often as they like. Young artists aged 6 years and up will delight in designing cartoons, multi-message signs, and sequential drawings.
Separate Layers Add Depth to Drawings
The glow book features four clear plastic panels that provide a stable drawing surface. You can freehand draw on the removable panels, or place them on top of a design sheet or other outline guide for simple tracing. Using the six colorful glow markers, create designs on each surface. Then layer the sheets in the glow book base for a colorful image with depth.
When it's time to update your artwork, simply remove the panels for cleaning. Wipe the panels clean using a soft damp cloth or paper towel. Then reuse the clean, dry panels to create entire new works of art.
Sequential Lighting Makes Drawings Move
To make your drawings come alive, the glow book has flashing lights inside the battery-powered base that illuminate the drawing surfaces. Press the buttons to light each layer individually, or choose the cycle buttons for sequential lighting effects. You can light all panels at once, activate a four-way flash, or program your own 20-way flash sequence for layers of glowing fun.
While the more serious artists may feel limited by only four drawing surfaces and six markers, most kids will enjoy the unique lighting features that make their drawings come to life. To save battery power, the glow book automatically goes into sleep mode after 60 minutes of use.
What's in the Box
Crayola Glow Book, four drawing surfaces, six glow markers, four animation tracing guides, and instructions.
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Top customer reviews
All in all we like this type of product. I wouldn't chose this type of thing as the only thing your child would get for Christmas. Additionally, I would mention that we own similar products, the glow dome, and the glow board. If you are looking for this type of product, go with the glow board over the others. It is way easier for the kids to manage on their own for some solo play. Although there are only 2 panels, it is easy to pull them in and out, and fun to use for little hands.
UPDATE: Someone commented that the auto turn off is after 60 minutes...apparently it exists. It doesn't always work though, because I have found it at 1 am, and 6 am with the light still on. Additionally I added a video showing the difference between the three products.
The package includes 4 Drawing pages, which you can take out interchange in any order you would like so you can experiment with the order and placing of the drawing. 6 color markers that light up in amazing glow colors to bring even the most unique drawing. Nice that you can take this drawing pad can be taken ALMOST anywhere since you dont need to plug it in runs off of 3 double A batteries).
The drawing pages can be easily wiped clean with a cloth. Just be careful. These markers can stain so for younger children there should be supervision.
PROS: Lights, gets your kids imagination fly, and very creative toy.
CONS: hard to insert the sheets, and better visible in night.
It is too juvenile for an older age group. Let's face it, in a high-tech world, this will not hold the interest of older kids for long. Plus it's got to be seen in the dark. So unless you've got a room that is completely dark or don't mind spending some time under blankets, you can't see your artwork.
I think I was more excited about it than any of my kids were. I played with it once, my five year old played with it maybe 3 times, my 9 year old played with it once, and my 13 year old didn't even look at it. For the price, plus batteries, I should have just bought a couple of coloring books and markers, and saved the rest.
This toy quickly turned from an artistic/educational tool into a system for having fun at the expense of others. My daughter was kind enough to draw and light up four pages of "Dad is a chicken butt" complete with drawing of a chicken with an arrow pointing to its butt (in the event I could not locate said location). This started a Crayola Glow Book war in the house that provided a couple hours of good entertainment.
Overall, not a bad product. If your children have a developed artistic side, I believe they could do some very creative things with this item. If not, it can always be used to creatively insult family members. :-)