Thursday, July 3, 2014

Rainbow Bandz Loom Kit Review

Isaak and Daddy have had a few Rainbow Loom parties. They love watching YouTube videos, and figuring out how to make their next bracelet, or ring. Boys love Rainbow looms to.

I got a Rainbow Bandz Loom Kit to review.

The kit is $19.99, but on sale for $9.99!
On Amazon they have a note that if you do not like your set, they want 100% satisfaction guarantee, or they will give you your money back! 



The Kit Comes With:
  • 1 Super durable loom
  • 1 Hook with base opener
  • 600 silicone latex free rubber bands
  • 24 S-clips
  • Instruction manual

About:

What's great is that they are nontoxic and latex free. We have some latex sensitivities in our family, so that's pretty important.

There is enough bands to make about 28 colorful and fun bracelets.

The Rainbow Loom product seem very durable. My sister bought a knock off loom, and she doesn't like hers. She also bought bands from some other place, and they are weak. Who wants their bracelet to only last a little while? Not me. Rainbow Loom bands do not have weak spots. 

Our Experience:

We plan on doing some video tutorials, but we still need practice. We're beginners at the Apel household. At this point in time Isaak's either trying his own thing, and it doesn't work out, or we're following along other people's videos on YouTube. We'll get there. In a few weeks we plan on having a Rainbow Loom party with the boy's cousins, and a few friends.

My Gift:

I got the best birthday presents ever this year. Here's what Daddy and Isaak made me:

A Fishtail Bracelet and Ring


Daddy made the bracelet. He got so into the Rainbow Loom.

Isaak made the ring all by himself.  It's comfortable. I thought the sides of it would bother me, but they don't at all. I wore it all vacation. That made my littlest man happy. He's also made a few bracelets for Grandma and one of Daddy's co-workers.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

8 comments:

Lady Lilith said...

The looms are great. They are so much fun and kids love it.

mail4rosey said...

My son likes to make them with his sister. :)

Harry Flashman said...

I have never heard of such a thing. They must not have had them when my kids were little.

~ Noelle said...

Surprisingly we have not been into this yet.. but I would bet once school starts back, he will be wanting one

Jacquelineand.... said...

Looking pretty spiffy! It's a great handicraft for kids, too bad they didn't have these when my daughter was wee!

Masshole Mommy said...

My boys were so into their Rainbow Looms back at the beginning of the school year, but they totally died down around here.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Very cool bracelet... I bet you could make your favorite teams colors.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Those jewelry pieces turned out great! My niece and nephew just love their Rainbow Looms. They make us all kinds of neat things. I also love Ai's Disney characters she makes and features on her blog and Instagram.

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