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I really liked the way gel highlighters (currently using Sharpie brand) wrote ...I'm a medical student who likes to hand write my notes and then color them so that it's easier on the eyes to differentiate items/topics. I really liked the way gel highlighters (currently using Sharpie brand) wrote smoothly with strong pigmentation. I got these because I wanted more colors with a similar waxy/pigmented feel--they work great. Seem thicker in application than your everyday crayon, including Crayola, let alone any of the offbrand kinds that are even worse.4Great set of crayons.These are great crayons. We are doing a Waldorf-inspired home school curriculum and we ended up getting these along with the much more expensive beeswax crayons. Both products are lovely in their own regard, but my kids always reach for these first. These have such rich, smooth colors. The price of these is a little friendlier on the pocketbook than the Stockmar crayons as well. And let me just add that the case is amazing. First time ever the crayons are always getting put back where they belong (small miracle right there).5Good Alternative to CrayolaThe smell! The colors! What's not to like?! These actually appear to be real deal as far as beeswax crayons are concerned. My research poking around the Internet has led me to the conclusion that these are closest thing you'll get to Crayola colors and still be a beeswax crayon. As it turns out, many other supposed beeswax crayons actually are a mixture of beeswax and paraffin wax (i.e. petroleum product). Stockmar, for example, are not 100% beeswax, but contain this mixture. However, these Faber-Castell are beeswax from what I've so far found and knowing how beeswax smells and feels. Caveat: I am not saying these are 100% beeswax. They do contain other ingredients, but the ingredients according to Faber-Castell do not include petroleum based products. In addition, this is just my opinion on having dealt with real beeswax products and with several different crayon sets.Several questions have come up though. Faber-Castell will not release what the pigments are consist of because it's proprietary information and exactly where the beeswax is coming from is also questionable.But getting down to their performance as a crayon for toddlers I give them a B+. They are fat and triangle shape, so they fit my son's hands and don't roll. The colors are super vibrant and wax just lets the crayon glide along the paper. The one downside is that paper wrapping slides off easily and because this does contain beeswax and warmth from hands facilitates the paper coming off. These also seem to break and crumble slightly more than Crayola, but since they are a chunky crayon and my son is 2 it's not a major concern. I find the carrying case bulky and unnecessary, but my son loves taking the crayons out and in and over again.And the smell! That sweet, intoxicating smell indicative of beeswax just hits you! I love coloring simply because of the smell!4The case itself is sturdy and the besswax crayons have not failed us yetI bought this carrying case for my nearly 2 year old for travel. There is just enough space for a very thin pad of paper or some loose small sheets. the colour selection is broad, with 4+ vibrant hues from each colour group, as well as basic black, white, and grey. It has a range of potential skin tone colors for most* races considering there are only 24 crayons. (*as with most crayons, accuracy is not 100% but it does offer more than just peach and brown). The case itself is sturdy and the besswax crayons have not failed us yet. They are smooth transferring onto paper, bright and vivid, and do not break easily. My daughter loves dropping them into boots and shoes at random. Well worth the $10, although if it matters to you, most of the Faber Castell children's line is produced in China and not in Germany. This is a bummer to me because I know that the quality of worker care in their German factory is regulated and quite high.5Good substitute for pricier beeswax crayons; nice pigmentationWe're waldorf-ish homeschoolers and have used a few brands of beeswax crayons over the years (and even some homemade!) These perform just as well as the really pricey ones (Stockmar seems to be at the high end) BUT we like them better, because they are triangular and won't roll (no losing crayons to the under-the-table-crayon-eating-troll (AKA puppy) AND they are a nice size for little hands or big hands. Inexpensive enough that we can have two of every color.My only complaint is the plastic box. Really? It's a hard case, with cheap, flimsy molded plastic inside where you can snap in the crayons. First, who keeps their crayons in a case? That lasted all of two days. Darn kids kept fighting over who carried the suitcase of crayons around the house. Second, we really don't need more plastic on the planet. Just send them in a recycled paper box or something. We tossed ours in a basket by day three.4Most affordable beeswax crayons with so many positive traitsThese beeswax crayons are so much cheaper than the Honey Stick beeswax crayons. $6 vs $23. How can I not try these? I love these crayons because they are hexagon shapes (or maybe they are five sided) and does NOT ROLL! After spending days picking up round crayons (I ve tried many. The twisting pen type, large size, restaurant versions, etc.), triangle, five sided, whatever are an absolute necessity. The plastic case is just so useful to not only store, it keeps them from being all over. I must say the colors are also very vivid, compared to other crayon products. My only gripe is the fact that my child, 21 months old, can slide the crayon down from the paper wrapper. So I find myself sticking the crayon back in the wrapper. Overall, this will likely be my go to crayons. Oh and each crayon has the color name on it for me to remember to point it out. But my 21 months old already knows most of the colors. So there!5Great, Reasonably Priced- Beeswax Crayons!!Nice and soft- super easy for my 1yr old to use. Clean off wipe-able surfaces easily, don't roll around and blend well with rich colour. Way more cost effective than the other Beeswax options, and they make us both wanna colour all day ;) In my opinion, a perfect happy medium btwn the high-end ones and the petro-chemical ones. They do break when dropped on a hard floor, but whatever, my baby doesn't mind, and the nice sturdy case keeps it all together and easy to transport. I did see the same set on Dick Blick for $4, but bought these for $7.4Great quality, beautiful coloursUpdate: After over a month of abuse, the only crayon that broke was snapped in half because my daughter literally jumped on top of it at a weird angle. She has eaten a large chunk off the tip of dark blue and yellow (a budding Van Gogh? For toddlers, it seems, happiness truly can be found in the consumption of a good, bright beeswax yellow). I wouldn't recommend feeding these to your kids for snacks, but considering the speed of their hand-to-mouth action, I'm glad I can rest assured that these are truly non-toxic and generally very difficult to bite into (giving you extra time to wrestle the crayon from your toddler's death grip and calm those tortured screams as you explain in vain that crayons are for art and not for eating). The paper has amazingly also stood up to being slid up and down, scraped against teeth, thrown on the floor, torn at, rubbed against toys and furniture - you name it. I'm really impressed.These crayons are vibrant and smooth and easy to draw with. I bought them to teach my 13 month old how to scribble, and she instantly took to them and loves making wild lines all over her sketch pad now. They easily washed off our enamel tabletop and tiled bathroom walls, but I have yet to experience any marks on the drywall or on wood. Will update if (hopefully not) I ever have to try and remove anything like that, but Mr Clean's Magic Eraser usually works wonders with those kinds of marks so I am not too worried. I have long been a fan of Faber-Castell, having used them myself for art and their pencils, erasers and pastel highlighters in school when I lived in Germany.Other reasons for five stars:The plastic case is a unique and well-thought out addition that holds up really well to grabby little hands that would have torn or eaten straight through cardboard.The large size makes them easy for my one year old to hold in her fist, and the triangular shape is supposed to eventually help her learn to hold the crayons between three fingers.They are extremely durable and have held up well to being bit into, thrown, stood on and slammed repeatedly into a pad of paper for what I can only assume was supposed to be a stippling effect.They are some of the cheapest beeswax crayons on Amazon, but come with 12 great colours.Like all kids crayons, they are non-toxic.I would definitely recommend these and will purchase again once these have worn down to nubs.5As lovely as they are made out to be...I read once that one of the major appeals of Waldorf education is that all the materials used are luxury items. This is our first foray into beeswax art supplies but won't be our last. They are as luxurious as they are made out to be.Another reviewer said it perfectly that while you can see the difference between Crayola and these, what you can't do is feel how smoothly and beautifully these transfer to paper. Soft pressure produces much richer colors than hard pressure with a Crayola crayon. And the feel of gliding the crayon across the paper is so smooth and lovely it's hard to explain.My five year old hasn't stopped coloring with these since they've arrived and I am loving seeing her artwork in such bright, beautiful colors.5Love these crayons!These crayons are vibrant and gorgeous. My oldest has used them to make several pictures in the short time we've had them. They've already been stripped of their paper, and we've had two break, but my kids find a way to break any crayon we bring into the house. Overall, the selection is perfect for young artists, and I'm very pleased with this set. Next time, I'll probably buy the larger set just to keep my kiddos from fighting over the colors!I'd say these are a great step up from crayon rocks if you're looking to build fine motor skills in your kiddos. The triangle grip helps my kid remember how to hold them. These are also softer and more vibrant than similar crayons. I highly recommend them!5
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Faber-Castell Beeswax Crayons in Durable Storage Case, 12 Vibrant Colors