Design and print your own toys with this beginner-friendly 3D printer during this exclusive sale

Despite what your children tell you, they box having too many toys. According to a survey, the majority of children only play up to 10 toys out of their entire collection. That’s fewer than the number of toys Andy passes around in Toy Story.

When they somehow unleash their power and convince you to buy a new toy, challenge them instead: encourage them to make their own toys. The Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Pack contains a mini 3D printer and the materials your youngsters need to build virtually any toy their imagination can conjure up. From today until July 5, you can get an additional 20% off with code JULY20.

Designed as an easy-to-use, kid-friendly 3D printer, the ToyBox is essentially a toy that can make toys. It allows kids and adults to design and print their own toys, but it also has its own massive and ever-expanding catalog where users can choose different designs.

It can be controlled with simple one-touch functions and unlike most 3D printers, you don’t need to pull out a knife to remove the prints. You are free to create and upload your own designs, or you can simply select from the available collection to start printing and playing.

In addition to the printer itself, the set includes eight colors of non-toxic and biodegradable printer food, which can make 100 to 300 toys. And thanks to ToyBox’s partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, you can print items based on DC Comics, Cartoon Network, Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera, Friends, Seinfeld, and classic movies such as Polar Express and Elf.

“This is the greatest gift I have received for my family. We love the ability to use our imaginations for what we can create. The possibilities are endless,” says one satisfied customer.

The Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle normally retails for $469, but you can list it for $279.99 with code JULY20.

Prices subject to change.

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