A set of “Draw With Light” will help your child to revealhis or her creative potentialwithout damaging home decoration!
We know that your child will LOVE this toy, so make sure to order more for Siblings!
Using this, your kid can create amazing drawings with a special stylus - pencils and paints are no longer needed.
The furniture and wallpaper in your house will not be “decorated” with patterns and hand-writing!
👣 Leaves no Marks or Stains 👪 Fun For the Whole Family 🎨 Develops Drawing Skills and Creativity ✅ ISO Certified and is Harmless for Eyes
Take a special tablet with a light-accumulating coating, a flashlight marker and start drawing! From the touch of the"brush"to the"canvas"there will be light lines, the brightness and clarity of which depends on the distance from the marker to the tablet and the angle of inclination. You can not erase from the work surface, but you can draw on top, since each new line will be brighter than the previous one. Completely the same picturedisappearsitself in30-40 minutes.
At the other end of the marker is a pen withspecial inkthatappearsonlyunder the light of the flashlight. It can not be drawn on a tablet - use plain paper for this!
Recommendations for use:
The less light there is in the room, the brighter the picture will be.
The recommended drawing session is no more than 15-20 minutes.
Do not paint on the tablet anything other than a flashlight marker.
Do not direct the marker light into the eyes.
It is recommended to keep the tablet in a dark place during free time.
1 x Writing board
1 x Pen
1 x Template
Item type: Drawing Board (include stylus)
Sketchpad size: A4 / A5
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