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Little Tikes Bright View Easel
Sharing art is made easy for kids with this bright view easel! The smooth, easy-wipe surface of the easel and its artwork clip makes it fun for little artists to paint a masterpiece on the windowpane. For ages 3 years and up.
  • Easel
  • Light bar
  • Comes with paints, paintbrush, 3 paint markers, and 4 picture guides
  • Clear plastic work surface
  • Clip to hold artwork in place
  • Large bottom tray with storage space
  • Adjustable height
  • Sturdily constructed and safety tested
  • Assembly required
  • Power source: 3 AAA batteries (not included).
  • Dimensions: 27.21"W x 37.88"H x 15.84"D
  • For ages 3 years and up
  • Click here for product manual for Little Tikes Bright View Easel (PDF)
  • Made in USA
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1 Year Limited Warranty

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Little Tikes Bright View Easel
 
2.0

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2.0

Great idea, but markers hard to use.

By RTR-Nana

from B'ham, AL

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Pros

  • Adjustable Height Angle
  • Easy to assemble
  • Write On Surface Or Paper

Cons

  • Colors Are Too Lightthin
  • Lights Too Dim
  • Marker Colors Too Light
  • Markers Are Runny
  • Markers Difficult To Use
  • Marks Come Out Too Thin

Best Uses

  • Use Washable Markers
  • Use W Paper

Comments about Little Tikes Bright View Easel:

Cute easel, but the markers were difficult to use. They did not make broad wide marks; the marks were weak and runny. Granddaughter was frustrated having to go over and over her lines to get them to show up. Played with it once, then I had to coax her to use it again by showing her that it could hold paper. We used her washable markers, crayons, colored pencils, etc. She liked it better this way. Also, the lights are too dim to be of any real use. Granddaughter is age 3.
If the markers could be improved and perform more like a White Board marker works, then I would recommend. Otherwise, I would buy a less expensive paper easel.

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