Tomy & Friends Aquadraw Reviews
Product Type: Tomy Art / Craft
Description:No ink, no brushes no paint to run! Amazing drawing toy which uses water instead of ink. Hours of no mess fun. Two pens included for double the fun. Large mat folds away for easy storage ncludes letters and numbers learning fun too. Manufacturer's ... more
Newest Review: ... draw together. The mat is well made and you would expect that from a brand such as Tomy. It is reasonably thick and ... more
Customer Tomy & Friends Aquadraw Reviews (9)
by - written on 29/01/08 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Aqua draw is a fantastic concept, dont ask me how it works i havent got a clue, and please dont spoil the magic for me by telling me. Our aqua draw cost me £19.99 from argos, in the box you get a large, dinner table sized drawing mat, two pens and two stencils. The mat has the alphabet and numbers around the edges which i think is great for children to be able to copy and learn from. The idea with this is magic, you fill the pens with water and draw onto the mat, the picture comes up on the mat in blue against a white back ground and when it drys it fades away. We have had hours of fun playing with this, i love it as i can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I first came across the aquadoodle drawing mat when a friend's child was playing with it and thought what a wonderful idea it was. It has since become a favourite of ours to buy for nieces, nephews and friend's children at birthdays and Christmas. The Aquadoodle mat is made by Tomy. The idea behind the toy is to teach children about drawing with no mess (well nothing that can cause damage anyway!) The toy retails at around £20-£25 depending on which variety you opt for and if you can find any decent offers at the time of purchase. There are also smaller travel versions available for a cheaper price. We have only ever purchased the Classic Drawing Toy as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/12 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Aquadraw is a range of drawing mats for toddlers. The mats are often referred to as Aquadoodle. There are various character mats available including Thomas the Tank and Peppa Pig. The mats can also be bought in a smaller sized pack which is intended for travel use. ~Aquadraw Classic~ The classic aquadraw mat doesn't feature specific characters. It is suitable for children over the age of 36months and the box contains an Aquadoodle drawing mat and a pen. The mat is ready to be used straight from the box and all that is required is some water for the pen. Basically this is a large, plastic backed mat which is mainly white. It features ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
For christmas my son got the Tomy Aquadraw Classic. At the moment it is £19.79 from Argos. After thinking long and hard about a present which is fun and educational (that he doesn't already have) the aquadraw seemed like the perfect solution. It is designed for children aged 18 months and over but as my son started scribbling earlier I got it for him anyway, all it means is that I have to watch that he doesn't suck the water pen. The mat is a large plastic sheet that has colourful images around the edge. Three sides have objects from A to Z, i.e. Aeroplane, ball, cat... with the word written underneath them. the fourth side has the numbers one to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
My little man is going through a real drawing stage at the moment - we have art sets, paper, pens and crayons coming out of our ears at the moment. However as he is not quite 2 and a half we have had quite a few mishaps, with things being coloured that perhaps shouldn't be (thankfully most thinks come good with a good scrub or a cleaning wipe!!) After conferring with some of my other Mummy friends I found this was all normal and my child was not becoming a hybrid Picasso devil, but one of them kindly donated a Tomy Aquadraw which her child no longer used. I must admit that Aquadraw was a toy that had completely passed me by - the drawing phenomenon seemed to ... Read the complete review
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