Beados Quick Dry Design Station Review
Have a child that likes beads and jewelry? The Beados Quick Dry Design Station may be the perfect thing for them. They will be able to make cute and fun designs in three simple steps – make, spray, display.
What is the Beados Quick Dry Design Station?
The Beados Quick Dry Design Station is an all in one station for Beados designs to be made, sprayed, and dried. It does not require any heat, glue, or mess. Your child’s imagination will come alive with the ability to play with and display their characters that are made with the magic beads that come together with just a spray of water.
Features and Details
The Beados Quick Dry Design Station has a quick dry fan to dry your Beados in half the time, loads of bead pod storage, a design tray, scoop pen, and 500 Beados included.
The Beados Quick Dry Station includes
- Station Unit
- 500 Beads
- Tweezer Pen
- 2 – Suction Cups
- Spray Bottle
- 2 – Design Trays
- Bead Storage Tray
- Display Stand
- 6 – Design Templates
- Instruction Booklet
The Beados Quick Dry Station is recommended for children ages 4 to 15 years of age and does require 2 AA batteries that are not included.
Why you will love The Beados Quick Dry Station
The Beados Quick Dry Station is perfect for the child you enjoys making and creating things. You will love it because it does not make a huge mess. It comes with templates like a butterfly and various other animals, but your child will also be able to make their own creations as well.
The Beados Quick Dry Station will make for a fun activity on a day stuck inside due to weather. As long as children are attentive to the beads there won’t be much mess and the fan is quiet when it is on.
Are there any downfalls?
While the product says to allow 15 minutes for drying, most parents have stated that 30 minutes is more appropriate. The amount of water needed may have to be monitored with you don’t want to soak the beads, but you don’t too little water that the beads don’t stick together either. About 6 to 7 spritzes are probably about right.
The bead creations aren’t the sturdiest, so there probably won’t be much “playing” with them afterward, but they could make nice decorations. The recommended age is probably not accurate as the beads are small and it does take some time to make the bead creations, starting age around 7 or 8 is probably more like it.
Parents have also said that the tweezers don’t work all that greats, so to not even bother with them just stick to using your fingers.
Final Thoughts on Beados Quick Dry Design Station review
The Beados Quick Dry Design Station is great for that child that is artsy and enjoys creating different things. The can use the templates or make their own designs and will love the end result. With a little experimenting and some patience, they will have their Beados creating down to a science in no time.