This easy to use bead tool dispenses beads one by one directly onto your Perler pegboard!
Ideal for large Perler bead projects, this bead pen features an ergonomic design so it's comfortable to hold and easy to use as you fill in large areas of your Perler project.
Place the beads you want to use in the body of the pen, then shake to let the beads fall into the channel. Hold the pen vertically over the pegboard and press the green button to release fuse beads one at a time.
Perler Bead Pen Dispenser for use with classic Perler beads and Perler bead pegboards. Suitable for ages 6 and up.
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Pen does not work wellI made more of a mess trying to scoop beads into the pen than I did pouring them onto a container lid. The pen jammed numerous times. I conducted an informal time study using the pen versus the Perler Bead Tweezers. I finished my work using the tweezers in about a fourth of the time - that included sorting out some different colors that were accidentally mixed in to my single color selection.1Please DO NOT BUY THIS PENI am giving 2 stars because the beads did fill up in the channel and the cup at the end did hold the beads. But Please just get some tweezers... way more effective and costs less.... you have to shake the pen constantly to get the beads to fill up the channel... then you have to repeatedly press the button to get the pen to release the bead. But guess what? when the bead comes out 80% of the time it's on it's side. So then you have to put the pen down and pick up the bead and put it in by hand. So just don't bother with this pen.2Good in Theory - Not so much in PracticeI've been making 8-bit Perler Bead coasters and magnets of my favorite Nintendo characters for about a year now. I enjoy creating them and love the finished products. The biggest issue I have is that many of them are fairly time consuming to make, whether you use your fingers or tweezers. A few weeks ago I mentioned to my girlfriend that it would be amazing if they made some sort of Perler pen to quickly dispense beads instead of doing them each by hand. Oddly enough, I stumbled upon this pen last week and bought it immediately.I must say, I had very high hopes for this tool. In theory, it would cut down creation time by a considerable amount. However, in my experience it just couldn't get the job done as I had hoped. Here are my pros and cons:Pros:- The pen is fairly wide, which makes it easy to grip for almost anyone- Button to dispense beads is large and easy to press- Twist top to load beads functions very well- There is a small bump at the mouth of the pen which is convenient for flipping any sideways beads up- The cost is reasonable- Decent for doing outlinesCons:- Not capable of holding a very large number of beads- You have to shake the pen fairly often to get the beads into the dispensing chamber (this is even one of the steps on the package)- The tip of the pen is a good bit larger than the beads, meaning it's not easy to get the beads to fall straight up onto your Perler board as you would like- Not good for filling in tight spacesI wouldn't call this pen a success nor a failure; however, I can't necessarily recommend it either. It leaves lot to be desired, in my opinion. If the mouth of the pen was made as small as possible to dispense the beads I think it would be much more accurate and therefore usable in any instance, rather than just outlining. I also don't see a reason why it isn't designed to hold at least twice as many beads. I think if these small adjustments were made this product could easily be a four to five star item and a must have for Perler Bead enthusiasts.3Would highly recommend!My 4 year old loves to work with perler beads and so we got this for him for Christmas to help him with handling the beads. So far it has made it so much easier for him and has taken out the frustration of not being able to place the bead where he wanted. Would highly recommend!5Beads don't always fall into the dispenser easily and sometimes you spend more time shaking it than ...Little weird to use at first. Beads don't always fall into the dispenser easily and sometimes you spend more time shaking it than using it for its intended use.Also learning how to position the end for landing on a peg is not intuitive. You'd think they'd make sure it was really easy for it to drop right onto the peg with a little bit of aiming. But it has this tip that points out right at the end of the dispenser hole which you'd think it was a guide of some sort but its not or at least I can't figure it out.Once I got my own system down it is pretty quick. Its pretty good if you have to do a lot of one color in an area but not very good if you have to do a lot of one color in single points across the Perler. Better to use tweezer then IMO.4Solid Product but does have it's downsides.Not a bad product. It definitely helps when you are doing a lot of a single color but they don't always come out like you want them to. It seems like 1 our of 5 kind of shoots out a little and you have to re position it with the tip or with a finger. It is still faster than using tweezers. However it is not as useful when you are trying to mix colors in areas. It just isn't accurate enough and tweezers are better in those situations. I like the product but not sure i will use it tons as i don't do a lot of huge color blocks.4Very useful for filling workThis made filling in the larger pegboard figures much faster. I would say it has a 80 percent chance of releasing the bead where you want it to be in the fully upright position, and is quite useful for filling work. It is gravity fed with a button to release the next bead. being clear you can see the next bead in place. I found it useful after i outline the item I was working on and needed to fill in with one color. It doesn't hold many beads. It takes some practice in getting it to do more or less what you want it to do. I am not sure if its more joint friendly than tweezers since the placement of the button is sort of low.4Not worth the purchase.This product is not useful for GENTLY placing the beads on the pattern. When you depress the button, the click is so forceful that it makes the beads around it fall off the pegged form. What's the point of using it, if you have to redo the other beads.1but they're useful enough to have around for big projectsThere's room for improvement in the design of these pens, but they're useful enough to have around for big projects.If you're doing a lot of 1 solid color, definitely use one of these pens. Although at times you need to press a couple extra times to get the bead to fall out from the pen & it can be tricky getting up the bead to eject exactly where you want it on the pegboard, it does save time regardless.I now have about 4 of these. Usually my projects will have a handful of the same colors, so instead of reaching for the tweezers each time I swap colors, I just reach for one of these. It makes keeping things tidy easier too.4Good for doing outlines but can be fiddly to use sometimesIt takes a little bit of getting used to at first but once you get the hang of it, it's easy to use and can speed up your outlining. You also have to get use to how much to shake it to get the beads to go down in the chamber. Don't shake it too hard. Sometimes lightly tapping on the sides helps. I had to experiment with the angle to find what worked best to keep the beads from falling over. Be sure not to overfill the pen. It needs room to load the beads in the chamber. I found it much better for outlining than for fill-in work.PROS- It's a nice size for my adult hands and comfortable to use.- It's easy to get used to.- It's great for outlines and makes it much faster.- There's a nub at the pen tip to maneuver beads upright if one falls over.- I thought the price was reasonable for what you get.CONS- You have to shake\tap the pen to load the chamber. Sometimes this seems to take longer than it should.- The beads don't always dispense every time you press the button.- It can jam up on a bead occasionally but not often. (A few taps will clear it.)- The chamber could be bigger to cut down on how often you must load it with beads.- Some of my bead colors seem to be slightly "slicker" than others and therefore seem to dispense better from the pen.- Not really recommended for detail work or tight areas.- Sometimes beads fall over or spit out where you don't want them to.- I didn't really like it for large areas of fill-in, which was disappointing. I use another method for this that's faster for me.3
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