TOYS

Doodle Dome

Doodle Dome

Doodle Dome was made by Tyco in the early 90s and was very similar to Etch-A-Sketch, although the sketches appeared on the dome rather than on a flat surface. As with etch-a-sketch the doodles were created by moving the blue dials on the front of the dome. The difference, though, that with Doodle Dome there was a little lever that you could use to pull the drawing point away from the dome so your drawings could actually have gaps in them - most sophisticated!

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  • hannahmo on 2008-06-20 21:09:18
    My sister had one of these for Christmas one year. We found it really difficult to use, so most of the pictures we drew consisted of wiggly lines!
  • Anonymous on 2007-09-12 11:46:51
    The doodle dome was invented by a friend of mine with his father in SoCal. It was an odd toy with a short lived nitche at tyco.