Cricut Expression w/ 2 free cartridges included Lowest Price!
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- No computer necessary
- Cut portrait or landscape
- Plantin Schoolbook font cartridge included
- Accent Essentials Shape cartridge included
- Mat sizes 12" x 12" or 12" x 24"
Top Customer Reviews
ProvoCraft introduced the Cricut Expression, meant to be an expansion of their smaller, more mobile Cricut Create product. The idea was to create a product, not meant for transport, that could do what the Cricut does, but on a larger scale. The improvement to the LCD screen is meant to further enhance the product, and now "shows" better than the original screens.
Is bigger better? Well that's only a question you can answer. Is it worth the extra money? (as much as $200 more?) and further, what to do with your existing smaller Cricut?
First, for non-scrapbooking uses, you may find that the larger Cricut Expression has real application in a wide variety of settings - schools, school projects, promotions, etc. The fact remains, being able to cut larger sized letters and artwork has big advantages when you're creating large items for people to view from a distance. But you cannot ignore the added advanatages of a larger machine in the scrapbooking world either.Read more ›
There is no comparison - if you can only get 1 machine get the expression - it's worth the extra money...why?
I have the Slice - that was my first machine (I got it 2 weeks ago) only because it had the designs I wanted (tags) and also had some cool accessories and it's my first die cut machine. You have to hold it down to use it, there aren't that many cartridges and if you wait for sales - they are both about the same $. If you need a machine to cut a couple of things here and there and go for the slice. (Read my Slice review for more details).
Expression vs. Personal
The personal cricut only cuts to 5.5" - and it's pretty much like the Slice - around the same price point as well. It does NOT compare with the capabilities of the Expression. Expression cuts in larger sizes, more feature - the LCD screen is more detailed, it's a far more sophisticated machine (think of composition notebook vs. laptop) - also spoke with a cricut user at a store - she said that the Personal wastes a lot of paper
Expression vs. Sizzix - I didn't even really look at the Sizzix, I get they're cheaper, and they have a lot of cartridges and they're cheaper...there's a reason why the machine and cartridges are cheaper - they're VERY BASIC (it's like comparing 3rd grade education to graduate school), reviews on the Sizzix weren't very "WOW" and if I'm going to invest $$ - I rather get something WOW - the functionality and capabilities of Cricut products (even the personal) is far superior than the Sizzix
Expression Features that makes this machine SUPERIOR:
Cuts 1/4" - 23.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
thank you for my Cricut cutter, I been enjoying it for years, and still working good!Published 1 month ago by Martha Garcia
This easily manipulated to do more advanced things without the computer. I use this to cut basic images so I can spend my time on the more intricate hand cut areas of my art.Published on June 14, 2014 by clb358
Cuts intricate details with a few button pushes. Easy to get started and learn. There is an online Cricut Craft Room where you can buy single images rather than a whole cartridge,... Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by dvcrztb
Mom had me return the cricut, She is very impataint and did not want to take the time to learn how to use it.Published on April 30, 2013 by Tammy
LOVE my Cricut!!! My daughters and I have created a lot of fun things with it! We have wanted one for a while and Amazon had the best price.Published on April 19, 2013 by mshel38
After a year i still love it. it works great and i dont miss having the fancy features of the new ones. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by B.Russel.B
I purchased this as a christmas gift for my wife, she is a grade 3 teacher and absolutely loves it and can not wait to get back to school to start decorating.Published on January 2, 2013 by Brody Gent