Limited Edition NASA-Inspired ‘Etch A Sketch’ to Celebrate National Space Day!

NASA-inspired Etch A Sketch NASA Limited

Limited Edition NASA-inspired Etch A Sketch (Image: PR)

With National Space Day coming up on May 1, 2020, space geeks can celebrate with a Limited Edition NASA-inspired Etch A Sketch. The latest Etch A Sketch will also help The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF).

According to the press release, Spin Master, the leading global children’s entertainment company behind Etch A Sketch, has partnered with ASF to encourage a new generation of creative explorers.

For those who don’t know, ASF works “to support the very best and brightest in STEM while commemorating the legacy of America’s pioneering astronauts by providing scholarships to extraordinary college students.”

Getting your hands on this limited edition Etch A Sketch means a contribution from this product will be made “to benefit the foundation and the extraordinary students it supports.”

Limited quantities of the NASA-inspired Etch A Sketch will be available on EtchASketch.com for $19.99 starting on May 1, 2020.

NASA-inspired Etch A Sketch

Limited Edition NASA-inspired Etch a Sketch (Image: PR)

Take note; the limited-edition launch is one of four limited-edition collaborations with inspiring and imaginative classic brands to mark the 60th anniversary year of Etch A Sketch.

I like how the two knobs look like the moon.

The details of this item read:

Even the biggest space shuttles started with a simple sketch! The Etch A Sketch brand teamed up with NASA for this out of this world collaboration, as part of a series of limited-edition collaborations to mark the 60th anniversary of the classic red-framed drawing toy. With no charging, no batteries and no Wi-Fi needed, when you’ve finished a drawing on the original magic screen and are ready to start another, just shake to erase and start the fun all over again!

Etch A Sketch

Limited Edition NASA-inspired Etch A Sketch (Image: PR)

Invented by André Cassagnes of France, it was introduced way back in 1960 and went on to become an iconic mechanical toy.

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Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.


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