Tomy Megasketcher Reviews
Product Type: Tomy baby toys
Description:Brand: Tomy / Age: 18 months / A magnetic drawing board with a special screen which allows budding artists to draw ... more
Newest Review: ... for my son to draw his pictures. The cord length for the pen is very good and he has no trouble at all reaching any of the ... more
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Customer Tomy Megasketcher Reviews (19)
by - written on 19/06/10 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I bought my son the Tomy mega sketcher off a car boot for £2. Through researching I have found these are currently for sale for between £12 and £18 so I truly picked up a bargain. What is the Mega Sketcher? It is a magnetic drawing pad with a difference. It is quite cumbersome and while the drawing area is roughly the size of a piece of A4 paper with the eraser, stampers and pen in the frame it is bigger. Our Pad has four magnetic shapes a circle, Heart star and a car although the current selling ones appear to have a picture of a house rather than a car and a ten point star rather than a heart. It also comes with a magnetic pen and has a pull down ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
On holiday last week I spotted the Tomy Megasketcher in Tesco's for £10 which I thought was a very good price, I had been looking for something to keep my son occupied in the car and this seemed ideal. The megasketcher is made out of a strong sturdy plastic, it is blue and orange in colour and has a very handy carry handle at the top of the board. A megasketcher is a magnetic drawing board which is filled with iron filings, when your child uses the stamps or the pens the filings get drawn to the surface of the board and look grey in colour. It is quite big 45cm x 30cm with the drawing area measuring approximately 29cm x 19.5cm. Looking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
I bought one of these for my son but it was a cheaper make without the stamp shapes due to being out of work it was also alot smaller in size. When I had my daughter I had a bit more money in my back pocket so I decided to have a look in the argos because they are a great way to learn drawing and writing to help them with development. This one cost me £10 from argos that I couldnt belive because my sons had cost me that much and was not as good. This one was orange and ble and had green and yellow shaped stamps an arrow a paw print, a flower and a swirl. On the right hand sider there is a button that is pulled down to clear the board of any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/08 (Very useful, 20 readings)
This is a nice colourful, solidly made toy. It has a big rectangular screen, and a useful carrying handle. The "pen" is attached by a string so that it doesn't get lost. Across the top are four stamper tools. When you draw on the screen with the special magnetic pen it shows in darker grey. The four stamper tools are good for stamping a shape on the screen - a house, hand, sun, or swirl. When you are bored with the picture, you push the slider across the bottom. Then it whirs slowly back, clearing the screen as it goes. This gets used a lot. For some reason drawing a picture on it is more entertaining than drawing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/02, updated on 26/08/02 (Very useful, 493 readings)
Tomy is a brand that I've always associated with quality products. We have a lot of Tomy toys and they really do stand the test of boisterous little children! Their 'Megasketcher' is a toy that will last from the age of about 18 months old right up until they are well into their school years. It also makes a great present that will be appreciated for a long time. I bought my son his Megasketcher when he was about 18 months old. He was at that age where he just loved to scribble. A friend of mine had one for her daughter and everytime we went to her house my son would head for the Megasketcher and hold on to it for dear life until we went ... Read the complete review
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