Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Lite Brite from Basic Fun; Some of Your Youth For Christmas

We have received a sample in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

Basic Fun Toy's awesome product Lite Brite brings back fun memories from my own childhood. I remember it being something I had asked Santa for. I was so excited opening it up on Christmas morning.

The Lite Brite from Basic Fun Toys has been updated with some new and improved features. The retro inspired white unit has built in LED lights and is bigger and brighter than ever. The screen measures 8.125" X 6.875". Press the button on the front of the unit for a light show of your artwork. It has four different light modes from blinking to pulsing. The bulbs are battery powered by three AAA batteries.

The Lite Brite also comes with six design templates and 200 colorful and round pegs. There is also a removable storage tray with the unit. The templates feature holes where the pegs go, making them reusable. Some of the images are a guitar, ice cream cone, race car sayings like Boys Rule and more. Just like the original kids, they can come up with their own designs.

Lite Brite inspires children and adults to be creative. They also help develop fine motor skills and hand eye coordination. Children will love creating art and then being mesmerized by a light show of their artwork.

This is still just as entertaining and fun as it was when I was a little girl. I can appreciate the nostalgia in this. Now my kids can sit for hours creating art.

The people at Basic Fun are creators of fun. They are experts of play and makers of toys. They are leaders in toy production and distribution with a focus on collectibles, small dolls, retro toys, preschool, youth electronics, science toys and construction.

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  1. My granddaughters would love this!

  2. I don't remember seeing these, but I love that it helps with creativity.

  3. I remember Lite Brite from my childhood. Of course, it looks a lot more impressive these days!

  4. I remember playing with these as a child! I am glad to see that they are still selling these.

  5. There'a huge version of this at the science museum here, so fun

  6. Sounds awesome! Looks greatly improved from what I remember