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Overview
  • How are reviewers describing this item?
    great, old, good, cool and different.
  • Our engine has profiled the reviewer patterns and has determined that there is high deception involved.
  • Our engine has analyzed and discovered that 13.2% of the reviews are reliable.
  • This product had a total of 56 reviews as of our last analysis date on Dec 16 2019.
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these are perfect for art projects. we used them with 5 classrooms of kids to do sun prints and they were a good value and the...  Read More

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A nice gift for kids that actually teaches them something and allows them to be creative. What more can you ask for.


Helpful Insights

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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The package was okay but it had some worn out marks on the edges.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The instructions say that it will work in cloudy weather, but the images we ended up with were not as dark as i would have liked.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Leaf imprint was there, but was blurred by some movement during the lighting process.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    You put object on the paper, expose it to the sun, and a negative image is created.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The picture did fade to a more muted blue when rinsed.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    After a while though, everything does fade, so really it wont make a keepsake at all.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    In the era of mobile phones and game consoles this kind of experiments are amazing for kids.

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