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Get this kid-friendly 3D printer for 36% off

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TL;DR: Through Dec. 13, you can get the Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle for just $299.99 instead of $469 — that’s a 36% discount.

Unfortunately, you probably can’t buy the entire toy store for the kids in your family — even if they’ve been good this year. What you can do is get them a toy that makes other toys, and you can even use it with them. The Toybox 3D Printer first came to fame on Shark Tank, and now it’s one of our December Deals of the Day. Until December 13 at 11:59 p.m. PT, get a ToyBox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle for just $299.99. That’s 36% off, and just wait until you see how much you can do with it. 

Give the kids all the toys they can imagine this year 

Give your kids a toy that lets them really stretch their creative muscles. The Toybox has two ways to create toys. You can look through a growing menu of printable toys featuring familiar faces from Cartoon Network, Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera, DC comics, and more. You can download the files to print simple instruments, dinosaurs, and even your own board game figurines. 

Where Toybox really shines is in how much you can create yourself. You don’t need to be a master of 3D design to make toys. Just access the Toybox Creator Space. Kids may love making their own toys, and parents can enjoy fostering an interest in STEM

Print 100-300 toys with the eight colors of non-toxic biodegradable printer food that’s already included. Need more? It’s available on the Toybox website. Actually printing the toys is simple, too. Just select a design or upload one on the companion app and press print. The hardest part is waiting. 

An educational toy that lets you make your own fun

Time is running out. Here’s your chance to get a Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe bundle for just $299.99 (reg. $469) until December 13 at 11:59 p.m. PT. 

Prices subject to change.

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