Rated 3.8 out of 5★ by 6reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Lynn Love these ! I bought these for my grandson and he loves them. Wish they were available when his dad was little! Plan to buy more for Christmas. 12/02/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by GranEannie Purchase extra markers? Bought this product for my grandchildren (boy) 2 years old and (girl) 16 months. My 16 month old granddaughter loves it. Easy for her to hold.However my 2 year old grandson scraped the point off with his finger nail so the marker is useless but have lots of paper left. 01/19/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by petraca98 Not worth it My 14 month old doesn't seem interested in the product. It seems like the marker is too big and chunky for him to hold it. He took the marker and sucked on it for a few seconds and it wouldn't work afterwards. I would've thought that an item designed to be used by a 1 year old baby would be more durable. 02/25/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by CarbonatedBaby nice features but wish it was more durable I got this for my 16 month old son. It has a cute little cow marker that he can put in his palm of his hand. He was able to manipulate it across the page with ease. I was a little disappointed with the lack of durability of the product. He is at the smashing stage and even after working with him to be gentile he liked the spots the marker made when smashed. When he smashed it the tip went up into the cow and now only a small tip remains. The fact that the marker will only mark on special paper is wonderful. Our biggest issue when we go out to eat is that he likes to try to color on the table with crayons. The Mess Free Marker and Paper fits in his diaper bag and helps distract him while we wait. He has fun and we don't have to try to remove crayon marks before leaving. Because the tip is smashed in so easily I give the value only 3 stars as it will need to be replaced sooner than it dying a slow marker death. 06/07/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by dianemw68 Son likes this My son received this for his first birthday, however I didn't feel he was ready or interested in drawing yet. I waited to give it to him until he was 20 months old and he was much better with it. He was able to understand to be gentle with the marker and didn't put it in his mouth. I think the age for this could probably be upped to 18 months, but it completely depends on the child. My niece has loved it since she was 12 months. Just have to know your own child. 12/19/2013