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Say hello to the Cricut Explore, in a range of colours but with the same high-quality end result
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Give yourself the option of creativity with the Cricut Explore range.
While the Cricut Explore One is still one of our most popular products, its successor, the Cricut Explore Air 2 has some added perks.
For example, the Cricut Explore comes in mint. And if that’s not enough, the Cricut Explore Air also can be brought in a yellow variant.
These Cricut machines are known for more than just their bright colours though.
They’re also known for being some of the best household cutting machines in the business. Regardless of what your DIY or craft project might be, the Cricut Explore can cut, write, and score 100 materials ranging from cardstock, vinyl, and even, iron-on.
While the Cricut Explore 2 can do all of the above and more. But with this machine, you also get the added benefit of it running at X2 the speed. So you can whip out products in more time than ever before.
Often, the Cricut brand is known for its work with the Cricut Maker which while being a fantastic machine, the Cricut Maker is sometimes seen as too intense for home decor or design projects. Whereas, the Cricut Explore and the Cricut Explore Air 2 are the perfect companions.
With these machines, it is the ultimate choice. Whether you want to design on your laptop, or iPad, or phone, you can. Or you can play with the thousands of designs, images, and fonts already stored in the Cricut Design Space.
What does the Cricut explore do?
Essentially, the Cricut Explore is a cutting machine that can cut, write, and score hundreds of materials (think cardstock, vinyl, and iron-on).
Often, the Cricut Explore best supports home decor designers and fashion designers.
Is Cricut explore still supported?
You can still buy the Cricut Explore One online (as well as the full Cricut Explore range) - and it is also supported by Cricut’s Design Space feature.
What is the difference between Cricut explore one and Cricut Explore air?
While the Cricut Explore One still holds its place as the best value in DIY, there are a few qualities that it doesn’t have compared to the Cricut Explore Air.
For example, the Cricut Explore One doesn’t work wirelessly with Bluetooth or doesn’t have a function for one-click writing and cutting. Whereas, the Cricut Explore Air has all that the Cricut Explore One has - and more.
What is the difference between the Cricut Explore air and explore AIR 2?
The main difference between the Cricut Explore Air and the Cricut Explore Air 2 is the cutting speed time. The Cricut Explore Air is an incredible product - that’s why the Cricut Explore Air 2 has all of the same features, but just heightened. (The speed and cutting time of the Cricut Explore Air 2 is doubled compared to its previous version).
What do I need to get started with Cricut?
All you need to get started with Cricut Supplies is a passion for creativity - that and one of our Cricut machines. And if you’re ever stuck on something, the Cricut team are always there to walk you through the process.
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