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Playgo - Juego de dibujo en espiral
1,9 de un máximo de 5 estrellas
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Vendido y enviado por A 1 Deals Inc..
Nuevos: 2 desde EUR 43,62
- Los jóvenes artistas se divertirán creando obras de arte en espiral.
- Fomenta la creatividad de tu hijo con este juego de dibujo giratorio.
- Incluye 19 piezas.
- A partir de 5 años.
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Por Jelany - Publicado en Amazon.com
because of the size/ shape replacement markers will be hard to find, but it works as expected.
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Por candoo - Publicado en Amazon.com
I used to play with one of these when I was little so I thought my daughter would really enjoy it. But it is just cheap plastic and really difficult to make work properly. The plastic is so light weight that the pens don't press hard enough on the paper to actually draw a design. Pretty disappointed with this one -
Por Steph - Publicado en Amazon.com
This set is ok. After awhile the gears don't want to fit together so it messes up your design as you draw.
Por Rebecca S. Pavelka - Publicado en Amazon.com
I picked up this toy in my granddaughter's craft closet. It looked like a "Spirograph" and I thought it would be fun. I had no instructions, my grandchildren were asleep and my daughter was at work. I thought the best thing I could do would be to look on line to find the product and possible instructions. Just looking at the picture of the product gave me enough info to figure out how things went together. Trial and error showed me how to keep the ink "flowing". I have a bag full of various markers and found that most all worked with the product. When I was almost ready to quit I was surprised that the arm holding the pen snapped into place. It was the first time it actually snapped into place and I learned I should have been snapping it into place all along. No, this is not the brand "Spirograph", but once I learned the ins and outs, it worked quite good. As for the odd size paper, I'm not sure there is any square paper sold for any product near this size. I could be wrong, but one thing I am not wrong about, it doesn't take but a few seconds to grab ten sheets of typing paper and cut them down to size. They don't have to be perfect, they just have to fit the holder closely.
Por Gary Matson - Publicado en Amazon.com
This product is useless. Can I submit this review with no stars? I expected it to be easy for my kid to use and it was useless. 1. Paper has to be a certain size. 2. Pens are specially designed to fit the holes so when they run out, you're done. 3. The pens don't stay in contact with the paper unless you hold them down with one hand. 4. You're turning the handle with the other hand and it's slipping all over the place unless you hold it steady with your knee. I had bought a simple spirograph a couple of weeks ago from the local dollar store and my little girl loved it so we bought this piece of rubbish. I think I'll stick with the dollar store spirographs. Can't say it enough--this things is useless!