|Brand||Etch A Sketch|
|Product Dimensions||22.86 x 23.19 x 4.14 cm; 566.99 Grams|
|Item Model Number||20083951-6041762|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||20083951-6041762|
|Item Weight||567 g|
Etch A Sketch, Classic Red Drawing Retro Toy with Magic Screen, for Ages 3 and Up
|Brand||Etch A Sketch|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||22.9 x 23.2 x 4.1 centimetres|
About this item
- MAGIC SCREEN: It’s fun and easy to create with Etch A Sketch Classic! As you turn the knobs to draw, lines magically appear on the grey screen. Turn the left knob to draw left and right; the right knob to draw up and down; and turn both knobs to curve
- SHAKE TO ERASE: When you’re finished a drawing and ready to start another, just shake to erase and start all over! With the Etch A Sketch Classic, you can be endlessly creative
- Etch A Sketch Classic is a mechanical drawing toy for ages 3 and up. No batteries required. Draw and shake to erase with the world’s favorite drawing toy
- Includes: 1 Etch A Sketch Classic
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Discover the world’s favorite drawing toy: Etch A Sketch Classic! For 60 years, children and adults have been experiencing the magical world of creativity and pencil-free drawing with Etch A Sketch Classic. With its iconic red frame and white knobs, it’s easy to draw on the magic screen. Use the left knob to draw lines left and right; the right knob to draw lines up and down; and both knobs to curve the lines or draw on an angle! Once you’ve mastered the basics of drawing with your Etch A Sketch, let the endless creativity begin. What will you draw? When you’re finished a drawing and ready to start another, shake to erase and start the fun all over again! Have hours of fun with Etch A Sketch Classic!
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By Caitlin on 5 July 2020
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Back then, they were easy to "erase"—turn the Etch-a-Sketch over, shake it around a bit, and get a nice blank silver "screen" to sketch with again.
These are so low on powder contents inside that you have to shake for quite a while, and get it just right, to completely cover the glass and result in a reasonably silver screen. Even then, it's a bit uneven with blotches.
As with so many other things in modern life, they've cut things to the bone to try to maximize profits. I guess it's possible that this may have helped the product to be profitable enough to survive this long, but in all honesty it's far less cool as a toy when you can't get a nice, high-contrast, smooth silver to sketch in, and when it takes you 10 tries to erase it even to the level of "good enough I guess."
Nice that the new ones are still available. Would be nicer to have the old ones back and pay ten bucks more IMO.