Monday, November 26, 2012

Magna Color! What Fun!



Hi Neighbors!

Here is a really neat gift item.  It is called Magna Color from Tech4Kids.  The set I received comes with the Magna Color Design Station, 4 dot dispensing pens, a screen swiper, 4 stencils, 160 magnetic dots and a pair of 3D Ultravision glasses.  Designed for ages 4 and up.



Your child can design 3D pictures, over and over again.  The magnetic dots store in the back of the Magna Color Design Station.  There is also a place to store the pens and screen swiper.  Everything can be carried easily.  I do recommend that supervision be used when younger children design with this as the dots are small.  Your child can use the design stencils and fill in the "dots" or they can design their own.  My children liked seeing the designs through the 3D glasses.



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Since 2009, Tech 4 Kids has been designing, developing, manufacturing, and marketing children’s toys in over 60 countries worldwide. With offices in Hong Kong, China, and Toronto, Tech 4 Kids is known for combining great innovation with some of the most popular children’s licenses on the market. With six product lines and hundreds of toys catering to kids of all ages, Tech 4 Kids is constantly expanding its presence on shelves within all major retailers. For additional information or to view all products, browse online at www.Tech4Kids.com.


Below see a video on how to use the Magna Color.



For just $24.99 you can give your child the gift of creativity with Magna Color.  You can also purchase Design Pack refills that come in an assortment of themes.


Overall this is a very easy method to design.  I did have a small problem reloading the smallest dots into the pen, but otherwise, I like the way this works.  Simple and easy to use.



This season, Magna Color can be purchased at Toys “R” Us, Walmart, Kohl’s, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Walgreens, and many more retailers!

A special note from Tech4Kids if you purchased a Magna Color last summer: A small quantity of product shipped this past summer included malfunctioning pens.  As a company dedicated to high quality product, Tech 4 Kids, the manufacturers of Magna Color, would like anyone with malfunctioning pens to contact them at the following email: toys@tech4kids.com for a set of free replacement pens and dots.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Magna Color for review purposes.  All quotes in red are from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

2 comments:

Shelly Peterson said...

This is really cool! So much better than your original magnadoodle. My son would love this.

karenmed409 said...

This is so cool, never seen a toy like this before. Reminds me of the Lite Brights toy. This will be something new and different for gift giving.