Crayola Air Marker Sprayer Review: What's Inside the Box

I was given the Crayola Air Marker Sprayer by Crayola to give my honest review. This is honestly one of my favorite gadgets from Crayola. And I am really saying that. I have only seen air sprayers used by street artists and never been able to use one myself. I have been eyeing this one for a while.  It was fun to finally be able to use one.

Here is my son's very first creation made with adult supervision.  We had a ton of fun. For our creation we used all the colors in the box and one of the stencils provided. He even liked spraying it without a stencil. The stencils were a little sticky after use, but that did matter much once they dried.

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How does it work?  The Airbrush Sprayer consists of the airbrush which is supplied by electrical power from an electrical outlet. It kind of looks and rests like a hot glue gun. When the Sprayer is not in use it sits the air supply which is a genius idea in my opinion.  Way to kill two birds with one stone.  A Crayola marker is inserted into the sprayer. Only Crayola conical (the normal size) markers will fit into the sprayer. The sprayer is tightened to help the marker fit snugly inside.  A button is then pushed to turn it on and it is ready to spray.  The marker ink is released from the sprayer when the trigger is pulled.  Depending on the height the marker is held the spray will be more or less dense providing some cool effects. It is as easy as that.  I love that any Crayola marker can be used in the Sprayer, including more permanent fabric markers. The color possibilities are endless.

Would I recommend this Sprayer from Crayola? Yes! It very versatile. Existing stencils can be used or new ones can be made. There are so many things that can be made with it. This tool will go as far as your imagination will take it. We chose to make a silhouette project. You can see it here.   I am so glad we got it for review.  This sprayer will be used many times in the coming months and years for projects. I would highly recommend it.

Here is the collecting information for the product. I found one other Air Marker Sprayer out there.  It is hand operated.  There could be previous ones, but no information was easily accessible.

Collecting Information
Boxes: Crayola Air Marker Sprayer
Other Boxes: Style number 04-8727 (was hand pump operated)
Year: 2016
What's inside the box: 
Sprayer Unit, 5 pipsqueak markers (Tiny Plum, Blue Jay, Grasshopper Green, Canary Yellow, Cherry Red), 2 stencil sheets, 10 blank paper sheets, transformer, instructions
Purchase Information: Product provided by Crayola for review
Where to buy: Amazon, Target etc
Style Numbers: 04-6806
Code Numbers: 04-6806-0-200
UPC Numbers: 071662468064
Patent Pending: Airbrush US Patent US7607591
Manufacturing Location: Made in China, Paper from Thailand

2016 Crayola Air Marker Sprayer

Top of Box

Bottom of Box

Side and back of Box

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