Tomy Aquadraw Deluxe Reviews
Product Type: Tomy baby toys
Description:Brand: Tomy / Age: 18 months / A wonderful way to get children to develop their imaginations. Toddlers love to scribble and practice their writing skills and they can discover letters, numbers and objects printed on the mat too!
Newest Review: ... set comes with 2 pens to fill with water, these have blue screw top lids and Tomy written on them in bright colours, you also ... more
Customer Tomy Aquadraw Deluxe Reviews (11)
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
We bought this for my daughters when aged 3 and 18 months. I have to say it's been a great buy and even though we bought it at the standard price of £25, it has been worth every penny. When you open the aquadraw out it's a mat around 4 foot by 4 foot. The set comes with 2 aquadraw pens which you unscrew, fill with tap water and they are ready to use. The outer edge of the mat cannot be drawn on but has lots of simple pictures which children can then copy onto the main part of the mat when they are drawing. The main part of the mat also has outines of the alphabet and numbers for your child to fill in, I've found really helpful with teaching my children to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Whilst looking around for a Christmas present for my daughter, I came across the Tomy Aquadraw Deluxe at the bargainous price of £9.99 and decided to buy it - at that price I really couldn't go wrong, especially as everywhere else was selling it for around £19.99. I've always liked the look of the Thomas the Tank engine version, but it was very expensive and I wasn't sure if she would appreciate it! So what is an Aquadraw Deluxe? Well it's basically a way of your child being able to do some "messy play", but without the mess! We currently live in a rented flat, so I am always reluctant to get paints out due to the potential mess and the Aquadraw ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 10 readings)
Kids love to draw and love to get into a mess too. This toy is so mess free and the child can not even spill the water out of the pens. Confused so was I. The pens to this fill with water that have a filter inside that soaks through to the tip and they do not drip. When filling the pen they twist to open the opposite way to what anything else would twist open so the child does not register that this will open differently, which means they can not get the pen open and pour the water out. My son has only just mastered this and he is now 5 and old enough to understand that he is not to open them anyway. This toy is a big 1 meter by 1 meter mat that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/09 (Very useful, 191 readings)
What is it? Tomy Aqua draw deluxe is a children's toy made to encourage drawing and imaginative play. It is a cloth square measuring around 1m by 1m backed with a plastic-like substance (it doesn't feel or sound like a plastic sheet but it is water proof). What makes this mat different to other drawing mats is that you only need to use the water pens provided to make a picture, and once the water dries you can start again. What do you get for your money? You get one mat, 2 pens and 2 A4 sheets of stencils. It comes in a box measuring about 30cm by 45cm and packs away easily after use. The mat folds very flat and small. The tops of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/08 (Very useful, 33 readings)
we bought our tomy aqua draw deluxe last christmas for just under £20. i bought it as i had seen it being advertised everywhere and thought it looked like a great idea! it has been advertised... as a mess free drawing activitie. i bought the mat and with it came, 2 water pens - small pen thet you fill with tap water. and also 2 stensils - one with pictures and the other with shapes. My first thought was that it is a great sized mat and glad it came with 2 pens and 2 stensils - as it was for my two daughters! so hopefully no bickering and could be shared nicely! They were 20mths and 3 when i bought it and a year on it is still a firm ... Read the complete review
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