Saturday, June 21, 2014

Rainbow Bandz Loom Kit


The Rainbow Bandz loom kit includes 600 silicone loom bands, 24 clips, one loom board, and one tool. These are all organic and latex free! You have enough bands and clips to make 24 bracelets.
Also included in this kit Is an instruction manual that gives you some pointers on how to use Rainbow Bandz, How to use Mini Rainbow Bandz, and How to use the Rainbow Loom Hook to remove loom base as well as a loom pattern map and a loom extension (if you would happen to have more than one loom).

The instruction manual, when unfolded, has easy to follow instructions on how to make a “single” pattern rubber band link bracelet. This is great for the beginner or younger child learning how to use the loom.

They note that this product is not for children 3 or younger due to potential choking hazards and the hook that’s included in the look. They also caution not to wear your bracelet around your neck (obviously). They want you to make bracelets that are loose enough to wear and to not wear if you develop any kind of redness while in contact with the loom bands or components.


This Rainbow Bandz Look has plastic pegs and removable pieces on the bottom that keep the loom together. You can remove the pieces if you have more looms that you want to hook together. You can easily fit this loom with other name brand looms of the same style. This loom makes it easy for kids, or adults, to make simple to more complicated bracelet easily.

A picture of my Rainbow Bandz Kit
I like that this kit comes with a wide variety of colored bands: from white and black to neon pink, green, blue, etc. You really get a nice assortment of bright colors.  You also get a nice loom hook that makes hooking bands together easily. It also has an end on the back of it to be able to remove the slats that hold the loom together. You can easily change the loom around to suit your needs. And as a small bonus, you get a little gadget on the back of the hook that you can take off and use to make fishtail bracelets. This little thing is pretty neat. I was easily able to make a pretty fishtail bracelet.

This loom would be perfect for home, traveling, camp, or even at parties. It would be a neat idea to have several of these for a girl’s slumber or birthday party. 

I was able to easily make a single chain bracelet in just a minute or two. Hooking the bands on the loom is fast and simple. Actually hooking the bands together was also simple. I was also able to easily attach a clip to bring the bracelet together.

Overall I really enjoyed making bracelets with this loom. I decided to get more adventurous and look on google and YouTube for more advanced bracelet tutorials. I had a fun time creating bracelets with this loom and look forward to making more interesting and advanced projects.

The only negative thing I can say about this loom is that the open ends of the pegs are a little sharp. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone with a small child as I wouldn’t want them to get scratched. Other than that, I would recommend this loom for older children or adults as it’s cheaper than the name brands and does the same exact thing.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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