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ME456 9" x 12" Ultra-Thin Dimmable A4 LED Light Box Light Pad for Tracing EXPIRED

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ME456 via Amazon has ME456 9" x 12" Ultra-Thin Dimmable A4 LED Light Box Light Pad for Tracing for $23.99 - $12 w/ promotion code 8ZMEOUKQ = $11.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • Super thin tracing light up box, super convenient, masterpiece designed drafting table.
  • No shadow, no glare. The drawing pad provides the most comfortable lighting environment for animators, designers, art enthusiasts, children and readers.
  • Dimmable touch technology of the LED light up box helps to achieve the ideal light level and provide ideal working lighting environment for penmanship and design.
  • Widely used in Stenciling, 2D animation, Calligraphy, Embossing, Scrapbooking, Tattoo Transferring, Sketching, Drawing, Sewing Projects, Stained Glass, Quilting, Enhanced Visualization and so on.
  • Printing scale for measurement. Easy for drawing. Super bright flicker-free LED lamps last up to 50,000 hours.

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$12 at Amazon when you apply the coupon code on the product page


this is ultra thin model they have. thickness is 5mm or approx 0.2"
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Parchment is it, la ti da. Back in my day we used rocks and let me tell you about painting on our walls. We didn't because we had none. Drew stick men in the mud we did.
back in my day we just put a flashlight on the floor pointing up and traced on a glass table! Glass tables probably arent a thing anymore though huh..

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Is this a good deal? Kids love tracing then painting but we don't have good light for that, would this be a actually workable?
Can't we do this with an old tablet? Just open a white picture?
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Is this a good deal? Kids love tracing then painting but we don't have good light for that, would this be a actually workable?
Can't we do this with an old tablet? Just open a white picture?

prev deal +75. this model is not identical to that though
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Thanks. My daughter can use this for tracing.
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This is perfect for my son who loves drawing. He's been eyeing it for a while.
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I bought something like this for my kid. Used it once, not even sure where it is now. It is pretty bright though and if you are looking to trace stuff, it actually does a decent job.
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These work great for Dwarven Forge miniatures for RPGs. They have a light pad that's many times more expensive and is exactly the same thing.
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Keep in mind this is powered, not wireless so it always needs to be plugged in but it works well and no complaints.
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back in my day we just put a flashlight on the floor pointing up and traced on a glass table! Glass tables probably arent a thing anymore though huh..
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Getting this for my son to play maga tiles on.
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back in my day we just put a flashlight on the floor pointing up and traced on a glass table! Glass tables probably arent a thing anymore though huh..
Back in my day we held our parchment to the sun but it was too thick to be light transparent. We painted murals in our walls instead. Do people still paint murals on their walls? That's probably not a thing anymore huh?
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Back in my day we held our parchment to the sun but it was too thick to be light transparent. We painted murals in our walls instead. Do people still paint murals on their walls? That's probably not a thing anymore huh?
Parchment is it, la ti da. Back in my day we used rocks and let me tell you about painting on our walls. We didn't because we had none. Drew stick men in the mud we did.
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hmm okay now where do i get the full-sized poster version of this
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