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Crayola Ultimate Crayon Collection, 152 Pieces, Art Set, Gift
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- The Crayola Ultimate Crayon Collection includes 152 Colors, Crayon Caddy, and Crayon Sharpener.
- Share your limitless imagination with 152 ways to express yourself, including neon, metallic, and glitter crayons!
- Use the included Crayola sharpener to keep your crayons in perfect condition for coloring.
- The convenient crayon storage caddy is perfect for bringing crayons with you wherever you go!
- This is the largest crayon set we offer, giving color lovers out there the best variety.
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Proudly display your Crayola crayons with the ultimate crayon collection! This multi-tiered, four-sided Crayola crayon case lets you organize and find crayons easily. As the biggest Crayola Crayon set we’ve ever had, there are 152 crayons included, as well as a sharpener and portable caddy. Give the gift of color this holiday season, celebrate a birthday, or prepare for back to school with art supplies that inspire creativity.
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- 152 crayons: 120 "regular" colors, 16 "Scintilliants" (shimmer), and 16 "metallic"
- Biggest variety set currently commercially available from Crayola
- Carrying case isn't see-through, so as the crayons wear down to the paper-level, the caddy becomes useless
The most similar product on the market is the Crayola 52-0029 Crayola 150-Count Telescoping Crayon Tower, Storage Case, Sharpener. The tower has two fewer crayons, but the clear case might be somewhat more useful if you plan on continuing to use the caddy (and don't eventually just go to a small box to rummage through like everyone else). At $14.99 for the 152-crayon Ultimate vs $14.97 for the 150-crayon Tower, it's a toss-up. Regardless, this is still a great gift, and one that won't break the bank.
Diamonds may be a woman's best friend, but crayons bring out the girl inside.
This July I cheapened out and bought this "newer model" instead of the clear telescoping tower (which I purchased last fall), and wish I hadn't. This thick yellow case is square and bulky, and while it looks like it is sturdy enough to last a lifetime, I don't see a reason why anyone would use it that long. It seems like a waste of plastic to me. The handle is flatish and hard for adult or children's hands to grasp properly. The other drawback is the same one my kids have with the regular cardboard boxes of crayons: when the crayons slip sideways or are broken, they are hard to see (plus the cardboard sleeves last only about 5 minutes). This is what usually causes me, like so many other parents, to eventually break out a Tupperware, pencil case, or other such storage device to dump the crayons into. This method is fine, except for why buy this fancy container if you just wind up dumping the crayons out of it?
I wouldn't have even dreamed there was any better way unless I had previously purchased the clear telescoping tower. I figured the crayons would get put away a time or 2 in that and it would be onto the Tupperware--but no. My 4 and 5 year old used this container heavily for 6 MONTHS--that is eons in kid time--and the container held up and they were way less frustrated than they are with the Tupperware or the "Ultimate Crayon Case." The major selling points for this were that they could SEE the crayons. The circular design made the tower easy to turn and due to the narrowness of the rows and the different levels the crayons didn't seem to fall over as much. Even if a crayon was jammed in sideways or broken off they could SEE IT from the outside and recognize what the problem was and fix it. This also made it possible to use the broken crayons--if a red was half gone they could still see that a stub of red was there for instance. And because the crayons were both easy to access and easy to see I wasn't being called over to the table to help them find a color every 2 seconds like I am once again with the yellow "ultimate carrying case."
On the flip side: my kids love this because it is *new.* They don't see the drawbacks, only that it is filled with great colors. They won't let me take the crayons out and put them in their "old" tower yet, and insist that this new one is working fine for them even though I can see that it clearly isn't.
If I were to do this over I would probably buy the clear telescoping tower even though it costs quite a bit more these days. I hope this isn't always the case (no pun intended!), and maybe, with reviews like ours, Crayola will recognize that some of us do not like this thick yellow *newer version.* If they could continue making the clear telescoping tower and somehow design a lid for it, THAT would be the "ultimate carrying case."
August 2015 Update:
I was online, once again shopping for crayons and praying that Crayola had brought back the telescoping tower--they still haven't, but Amazon is really holding onto the few they have left in stock of this old model. The old clear telescoping ones are now $115! I doubt anyone would pay that for a bunch of crayons, and I certainly won't. I won't buy this useless 'Ultimate' model again either, so I guess my Tupperware storage solution is going to have to work for the time being.
Now I must admit I have several sets of Crayolas in the "vintage" tins, which were gifted to me by my mother. And I don't color very often, so this was a splurge. But I am pleased, nevertheless.
Wouldn't it be nice if people got us the gifts we really want? It would probably save them lots of money, too!
I don't have this tower that other people are mentioning. This is going to sit on my desk and I'm happy with the compact size and ease of removing the crayons and how the sharpener fits in. I'm just not happy that two colors I would have expected are missing.