On this episode of Fatherly’s “Toy Review,” our editor-at-large, Joshua David Stein, unboxes and reviews the 3Doodler 3D-Printing pens.
He looks at two models of the 3Doodler — the 3Doodler Create, which is for 16-year-olds and up, and the 3Doodler Start, which is for 8-year-olds and up.
In the beginning of the episode, Joshua reveals that he actually purchased the 3Doodler Create for his kids last Christmas, and he found it was kind of hard for his kids to use. They were 4 and 7, so obviously it was a little too advanced for them. Joshua also found that as a parent, you end up just getting little bits of melted plastic all around your house, which was pretty annoying.
Joshua first reviews the 3Doodler Start, the kid-friendly model. It uses little tubes of plastic that are non-BPA and non-toxic. Joshua tries to draw a house, but his first […]
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