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Scrapbooking with Spirograph — 8 Comments

  1. I asked the seller about this and he wrote:

    The pages are blank and it is made under licence from Hasbro by Paladone. Never heard of them.

    • By “original” I mean the standard Spirograph toy (by Denys Fisher, Kenner or recently by Kahootz). No, never saw this before. I’ve seen pictures of other inexpensive knockoffs, though. The main challenge is engineering a high quality product, and the old Kenner product is still the best Spirograph-scale product I’ve used, with Wild Gears being well made at another scale, but it’s manufactured using a different technique – laser cut rather than moulded.

  2. Ohhh! I see. No but this is a NOTEBOOK! With blank pages. That’s what’s so unusual about it. I don’t know if it was available before now but it is pretty cool in its own right. Not that I’d buy one but I can admire it.

    • One description says it has a detachable cover so you could use the integrated ring on different pages. A handy travel toy – probably most useful to entertain kids on a long drive without iPads.

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