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    Something different from Wowwee, the Digiloom.

    Wowwee, the folks who make all sorts of interactive robots and learning tools introduce something very different for them. It's called the Digiloom. Here's how Wowwee describes it: Have fun weaving bracelets, headbands, bookmarks and more with this unique app-controlled interactive loom! Design your own fun patterns and statements, or choose from a variety of pre-made designs in the Digiloom App. Next, weave your designs into reality with the help of Digiloom - it’s so fast and easy! Now after you watch my video, be sure to watch the video the folks at Time To Play Magazine made. It explains why it does take about an hour to weave a friendship bracelet. While the Digiloom can do a lot of the work, there's a fair amount of hand work for the maker to do also. Digiloom is out now and available only at Michaels at $49.99. I'm sure you'll see it elsewhere, but probably for a much higher price as people it buy it at retail and then sell it online. (It was on special for $39.99 on 11/1/17 at the Michael's link below.)

    Giz Wiz Video: https://youtu.be/Ht0L1Tvd4pY


    And here's a video from the folks who produce this event, Time To Play Magazine.




    Michaels Website: http://www.michaels.com/digiloom-starter-kit/10519098.html


    See or hear this show: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1647 


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