Science Museum Pin Art Reviews
Product Type: Science Museum Novelty Toy
Newest Review: ... will be displayed on a shelf in my sons room until he is bored of it. I went for the Science Museum one as I found it ... more
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Science Museum Pin Art
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Customer Science Museum Pin Art Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/11/12 (Very useful, 18 readings)
~*~*~ Science Museum Pin Art ~*~*~ ~ What is it? ~ This is a very cool 'toy' that I remember loving as a child! It is basically a frame containing lots of flat pins on the back sheet which when pushed through will form an image against the glass frame at the front. I remember having hours of fun with these as a child so I bought one for my son two Christmases ago and I still have fun with it now! ~ What do you do with it? ~ As the image above suggests you can push your hand/fingers into the pins which have flat non sharp ends and as you push through the image is shown through the glass at the front, the glass also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/12 (Very useful, 21 readings)
==Science Museum Pin Art== These pin art science museum blocks were all the rage when I was growing up and I am sure it seemed like all my fiends and I received them as gifts on the same Christmas. It was just one of those novelty toys that has never really gone out of fashion and is still rather fun for a short period of time. I don't know how much my parents paid for it all those years ago but I shouldn't think it was that much seeing how it was one of my smaller Christmas presents that year. Having a look on the Amazon website now you can get these toys from around £10 up to the £20 price range. The toy looks just as good now as it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
My husband really wanted to get these for the boys for Christmas, but we ended up getting so many other things that they were left off the list. He kept suggesting it so often though, it was obvious he wanted to play with them so I agreed. After all, they did get the trains I wanted to play with :) Funny enough though, when reading the box, these are marketed not as a child's toy but under "gifts for men - retro toys". So what exactly is this toy? It is just a simple plastic frame with pins poking through it. A sheet of clear plastic sits across the front and makes a steady enough base to stand this up carefully. You can press your hand, face, or ... Read the complete review
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