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This article was published on May 31, 2021

    The Toybox 3D Printer lets kids create their own toys with a button press — and it’s under $300

    The Toybox 3D Printer lets kids create their own toys with a button press — and it’s under $300
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    TLDR: The Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle is a kid-friendly 3D printing kit that allows youngsters to bring all their toy ideas to life easily and safely, even without adult supervision.

    Since the days of wide-eyed, open-mouthed awe while the first wave of 3D printers showed off the marvels they could create, most viewers had the same thought: Kids would go nuts with this. 

    But while 3D printing technology has improved and advanced over the past few years, printers themselves have largely remained prohibitively expensive and just way too difficult for a child to master easily to bring all their super-awesome toy ideas and all the other fantastic constructs in their heads to life.

    Thankfully, the Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle ($299.97 from TNW Deals) is that tech-slash-real world sweet spot kids and parents have been waiting for: an easy-to-use 3D printer that truly empowered kids and adults alike to make toys and other grand creations with the push of a button.

    Unlike the delicate, intricate processes that govern other printers, the Toybox is kid friendly. Using the companion app, they pick from the ever-expanding toy catalog, then push the button to start the Toybox making their chosen toy, even without adult supervision. And this bundle comes with an assortment of 8 different non-toxic, biodegradable filament colors that serve as printer food, good for making as many as 300 different toys.

    If they’re the creative type (and what kid isn’t?), the Toybox is also ready for a child to upload their own toy designs into the catalog and start turning those wild ideas into working real world toys. 

    Meanwhile, this isn’t some generic assortment of toy boats and rings and army men either. Toybox recently signed a deal with Warner Bros. to bring in new creation options for items based on DC Comics, Cartoon Network, Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera, and even more adult fare like stuff from Friends and Seinfeld.

    With one-touch abilities, your kid can start creating their own Batman or Superman action figures, a Batcave computer, a Justice League disc launcher, and a whole bunch of fun toys that’ll keep children entertained and creating for days, weeks, months, and years.

    Retailing for $469, this complete Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle is now enjoying a healthy Memorial Day Sale savings, bringing cost of the whole bundle down to just $299.97 for this week only. After the sale is over, the price goes back up…so get in on this offer now while you can.

    Prices are subject to change.