8 Count Crayola Twistable Crayons: What's Inside the Box

This is the first Crayola twistables post I am writing and I had to start with the oldest box I had of course. The Crayola twistables were introduced in 1998 and are still around today.  They are honestly not one of my favorite things to color with.  I do not know why.  I  have not colored with them much, but maybe if I gave them a try I would like them more.  My daughter got some as a gift when she was young, but I think she was too young to use them, and just spread them around the house.  Sadly I threw away her box because she never kept them in the box.  Whey didn't I at least take a picture? The idea of twistables is really neat.  They come in pencil and crayon form.  The barrel is twisted and the twistable comes out.  They do not break easy since they are only out a little bit, unless small kids use them, twist the barrel all the out and break the color sticking out.  I would recommend these for older kids. I will have to let her try them again.

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Crayola did not specify these twistables were crayons on the box, but since it is in the 52 style family it is a crayon.  In later years Crayola differentiated on the box the different colors.

I love the design of the twistables, they are in color and they have color names. It really bugs me when Crayola does not name their colors.  I also like the box design, it is easy to store.

Collecting Information
Boxes: 8 Crayola Twistables
Year: 2002
Other Boxes: there are other boxes, this is -202 style code
What's inside the box: black, brown, violet (purple), blue, green, yellow, orange, red
Purchase Information: unknown
Where to buy: eBay or Amazon
Style Numbers: 52-7408
Code Numbers: 52-7408-0-202
UPC: 071662174088
Manufacturing Location: China

2002 8 Twistables

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