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Alex Rub a Dub Draw in the Tub Crayons Kids Bath Activity

2.5
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Description

  • 6 bathtub crayons
  • Draw on tile and wash off when done
  • Clean, bath time fun
  • Includes red, yellow, blue, green purple and orange bath crayons in plastic holders
  • Recommended for children 2 years of age and older

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Customer Reviews

Wow! These are awesome!To be honest when I purchased these I was a little unsure. They have been used by a 5 year old and a 1 year old and they both had the best time in the bath with these! they are easy to use once wet and can go an skin, cloth and bathtubs! So much fun! They are being used also to draw in bowls then to clean them off! This is the perfect way for your little one to help without making a mess! I love these and they work super well! 5Not as smooth as other bath Crayons.Pros: These Crayons are nice and sturdy feeling, as they are larger than some other brands.The crayons erase easily, even after drying on the wall overnight.Cons: The yellow does not show up on the white surface of a bathtub, so it is virtually useless. The other Crayons are kind of grainy and do not write as smoothly as other brands of bath Crayons. The wax seems harder and the lines the crayons make are narrow and you have to press harder to get a good mark. The crayons also drip a lot and the crayon line on the wall drips if it is moist.I do not think I'd buy these particular bath Crayons again. The quality isn't as good as othersLarger Alex crayon shown on left.Crayons lines on top are Alex - shown under is another brand. 2Fun for little artists!We have ordered these a few times on Amazon, and also purchased in-store, and my now 4.5yr old still enjoys them in the shower! They write on the wall great and wash or wipe off with water. The one drawback for some may be the waxy residual that is left behind on the shower or bath wall. In my opinion, it's not an issue to use a tub/shower cleaner every now and then to clean up that waxy residue left behind but I can understand how that may be an annoyance for other families. Our walls are white so the residual is not really seen but on different types of walls it could be more annoyingly obvious. But, if your little artists would have a blast, do it for the kids! ;-)**Another thought to consider is the color run-off may be an issue for children that are dye sensitive. Also water makes certain colors leech dye, like surprisingly a lot, especially the green and purple, and can even slightly stain fingers if the child holds the crayon (like mine) as opposed to keeping it inside the plastic holder. 5Do not recommend. Crayola is better.These crayons are not the best. You have to push really hard on the wall to get any pigment. Also, the wall has to be wiped dry or else the water will grab onto the pigment making it hard to draw.Although they have a good price and are big enough for toddler hands, I would not reccomend.I do however recommend the Crayola brand bath crayons because they are far superior to these. They may be a little pricier but the few extra dollars pays off with how many extra colors you get and how well they work. 1Great Item! I like that they come with styurdy Crayon "holders" to last longer!One of 5 yr old's favorite tub toys! He is in Pre-K, and loves to practice writing his letters and numbers. He also likes it when we write simple messages to him and then help him sound them out while playing in bath. If you worry about staining, it does clean up fine with a little scouring scrub. Most of the time - just wipe. May only compliant - wish they "crayons" lasted longer. They store better if you remove from tub or any standing water and place in some type of draining basket or mesh net. For creativity - even in the bath - plus motor skills, I recommend! 5Don t work wellThe bath crayons did not work well in the bath tub and only parts of the drawings came out. The toddler couldn t get any color to come out and the preschool age child could get about half her drawing. She gave up trying to write her name after the first letter. Both kids gave up pretty quick. The bath crayons also fell out of the plastic case when turned upside down. Both kids had been excited to use them and I am now looking to order a different kind. Would not recommend 1Great, creative bath toy!My son, who is nearly 3, loves these. He wants to color all over the walls every night at bath time. The colors are bright, except for the yellow which can't be seen on our cream colored tile. Some people have reported difficulty in removing the writing on the wall. Sponge or towel does not do so well, but a small loofah will take it off quickly with minimal effort. I bought a $1 loofah at the store to use for clean up. Keep in mind that if the tile is wet, the crayons won't work. The tile must be dry! 4Don't waste money on theseMy 18 month old had one in his hand for less than two minutes when he'd already managed to break it (IE separate it from the plastic housing that allows you to extend the crayon).They have to be pressed very hard to write which uses a lot of the item in just a couple strokes. They don't clean off fully, and the only ones that show up on the even white tiles are the darkest ones. I would think orange/yellow would still be visible on WHITE tile, but they are barely.Don't waste money on these. 1Comparison between Edushape and Alex bathtub crayonsUpdated review:After buying the Alex "Draw in the Tub Draw In The Tub Crayons (6)" crayons a few times, we wanted to give this one by Edushape a shot. Instead of writing a review of the Edushape version, I thought Ill write a comparison between the two to help other customers pick the one that suits them the best.1. The "Draw in the Tub" crayons come in two versions although the product description doesnt say so. The cheaper one does come with the sponge ducky cleaner while the expensive one does. The crayons in the expensive packRub a Dub Draw In The Tub are longer resulting in more crayon write and playtime for the kid. The Edushape crayons are pretty small- about the size of the cheaper Alex version. The ducky sponge cleaner is good to have but once you have one, no point in going for the expensive pack.2. Both crayons come off relatively easily- "relative" being the key word. If its erased soon after bath time, it comes off quickly without leaving a mess. If allowed to stay on, it gets harder to remove- occasionally warranting a bathtub cleaner. The Edushape crayons are a trifle harder to clean if you allow them to stay on for a day compared to the Alex version.3. The biggest grouse I have with the Edushape one is that it crumbles pretty quickly compared to the Alex version. Both sets of crayons are designed for no more than a couple of days of use but when dropped and allowed to stay in a mug of water (yep, my toddler loves doing that), the Edushape crayons disintegrated fairly quickly.4. Both sets of crayons come with 6 colors and they last one to two showers. No more than that. The bigger Alex crayons last for 3-4 days.5. The packaging for both brands is deceptive in that the crayon holder is significantly longer than the crayon itself. The crayon holder is also pretty useless in holding the crayon intact. Not sure whats the real point behind the crappy holder design for both products.6. A minor quibble with the Edushape crayons is that two of the colors- purple and yellow are so light that it requires special lighting to be spotted on a cream/white tub. I wish they chose darker colors instead.Overall, both products are less than satisfactory but given the choices or lack of it in this segment, one gets to choose either of the two and go with it. I wish there was a third brand that truly created better bath crayons for kids. Seeing how much my toddler enjoys it, I would gladly pay more for a better product!Original Review:We used to purchase this product at our local Target stores. They sold the bigger unit with the eraser ducky. That crayon was better built and came for 2-3 bath sessions. Unfortunately Target discontinued the product for whatever reason. I was forced to look for online purchasing options and found it at Amazon. This specific product is inferior to the one that used to be sold at Target for multiple reasons:1. It is smaller and also waxes off pretty quickly. I was lucky to get it through one full bath session.2. It is about the same price as the bigger one.3. Does not include the ducky which while not being the greatest of crayon cleaners, did the job decently.All in all, less for more. I wish they had the other product also for sale on amazon for the original price.Also, there are no viable and meaningful alternatives to consider in this segment. The Crayola ones are round and ungainly for toddlers to handle comfortably. 3If you hate the planet these are the crayons for youThis was an alright product the colors themselves were fine and lasted a while if you remembered to keep them from setting on a wet surface for too long.BUT, the crayon parts always fell out of the plastic, and that brings me to my next point. These waste so much plastic, there is no need to have a plastic contraption around each crayon, very unnecessary. Will not be buying again and do not recommend. 2
Alex Rub a Dub Draw in the Tub Crayons Kids Bath Activity

Alex Rub a Dub Draw in the Tub Crayons Kids Bath Activity

2.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 440.00
Sale price
HK$ 440.00
Regular price
HK$ 726.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 286.00)