Qixels Turbo Dryer Review

had tried something similar in the past where you ironed beads together to make
a figure, this version seems a lot safer as it just uses a water spray and
spinning action in the turbo dryer
(then some natural air drying for good measure!) to join the cubes
together. Thankfully then there is no
danger of children hurting themselves whilst using this set. As a natural born worrier this suits me


Going to try #qixels and see what the boys create x

A photo posted by Karen (@missingsleep) on Aug 13, 2015 at 6:00am PDT


If I am honest I was half expecting it not to work but
remarkably it did, as you can see from the after picture.


Official #qixels fans now so easy to make pixel characters x

A photo posted by Karen (@missingsleep) on Aug 13, 2015 at 10:19am PDT


The cubes really do join together with water, its like
magic!!! Although the boys now think if
they spray water from the special Qixels bottle it will join other things in
real life bless them…

Here is a picture of the spinner in action, you just keep pressing the button to get rid of the excess water into the little drainage drawer.

boys are keen to have more templates and beads for Christmas; the Turbo Dryer
set was very affordable (£19.99) so I am quite happy to encourage Santa in that
respect. They have told me they want to
make an army of Qixels figures.


all about pixels after games like Minecraft and Terraria so this set is
very addictive but a welcome break from a computer screen. Children can either use the provided
templates or create their own design perhaps duplicating something they really
like or coming up with something entirely new, the possibilities are endless.

loved the little extras you can add like the included weapon (an axe in this
set) using a special bead with a hole in it (two of these unique cubes were
included in the box). You also have two
stands to display your figures, so you can soon build up a collection to
impress your friends or if you prefer you can use the bag tag and make your
school bag look that much more interesting!


can be hard finding things to completely capture your child’s attention but
Qixels really worked wonders. My eight
year old was completely engrossed, the six year old needed more encouragement
just because he wanted me to place his cubes for him!!! Pitched at children 4+, an age where they
are hopefully less inclined to stick beads up their nostril or in their ear
(how pleased am I that we have passed that stage now!). I must say this toy is my favourite in quite some time.

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