Thursday, January 10, 2008

Crop-A-Dile BIG BITE




Have you seen this on HSN, can you believe it, can't stand it and me on a don't buy, use it up in 2008. Hey wait a minute I think this would classify as a tool, you can't use up a tool, gotta go now and make a phone call. Seriously this is so cool, saw it demonstrated on HSN last night.

30 comments:

Tina said...

I broke down and ordered when it aired. It's a tool, it's a justified purchase.

ScrapMomOf2 said...

Oh no! I'm off to HSN to watch a video. I'm weak . . . I'll probably have to have it! I need to stop spending!!

Latisha said...

You totally need to warn be about you being an enabler LOL. I have not heard of this, I am now curious and have to go check it out, it looks like I might need this, correction want lol well they are both the same when you craft :)

Heather said...

You know... I never bought the original... so if anyone DESERVES this tool... ahem

Latisha said...

I bought it hehe...I too never bought the cropadile, I didn't like that it only went in 1 inch. But this baby is going to be awesome, not to mention you won't have to squeeze it, you can just push down like a stapler :) I can't wait to get it in the mail now!!

Maria said...

Wow, it looks like an interesting gadget. I need to check out the video. I've been enabled again! Bloggers need to stop enabling me . . .:)

Thanks for sharing this product.

Your SBS2 sis,
Maria (Stampin Inspirations)

Alli Miles said...

I saw this...I am trying not to buy too much before my CHA trip...but this one may be hard to avoid *wink*

Rose Ann said...

This looks very interesting. I LOVE cool tools, so I *must* check this out. Thanks for the link!

Deb said...

You crack me up Flossie!
This is the reason I waited to see what the crop-a-dile was like, something better is always around the corner!
I will certainly be looking into this! It looks like one serious tool!

Julie said...

Love your reasoning! You crack me up! This is why I stay away from HSN, QVC and the like... LOL!

Melissa said...

I hope you do buy it and let us know what you think! I seen it last night too, but I rarely use the original one so I couldn't justify the purchase....

Looking forward to hearing what you think of it!

M.

Debbie/StudioBeeCreations said...

I got hooked too!!!.....I had JUST ordered it this morning...then read your blog.....if you havent already done it....GO AHEAD....you KNOW you want to!!!!!...heheheehee!...I think the Video SOLD me on it!

Chris said...

I will not look at that site.... I will not look at that site.... I will not look at that site ROFL... oooh Flo how can you tempt me by showing that pic...s'not fair :D
I want one now!!
p.s. you definately got your fish and chips from the wrong place... they just don't taste right unless they are in vinegar sodden newspaper... better luck next time ;-D

My Paper World said...

It looks like a cool tool! You definately NEED one!

malieta said...

Thank you for sharing this product with us Flossie! (I need to learn how to use the original one!)
malieta:)

Vicki (SCS basement stamper) said...

Hmmm....looks VERY interesting!! Let me know what you think if you're buying it!! lol!!

Dawn Easton said...

OK so cool! I hadn't seen this yet...thanks for the heads up!

Savitri said...

No, you can't use this up :D I forgot to look it up online last night. I wonder if they're still selling it.

Rita said...

Your too funny Flossie!!! I have the crop a dile, I think thats it for me...will wait to see what everyone else thinks of this after a few months. By the time I think about buying it, another one will take its place.

Chris said...

so Latisha calls me at work and says..."WE have to have this, it's on home shopping channel"...she tells me about it and i call her after work and have her order me one too...( i was not going to be home until 7 pm, so she had to do it for me) so now i have one coming too!!! i always say buying tools is justified, they never run out and can always be sold on ebay if need be, right Sandy? LMAO!!! i am so glad i waited to buy the cropodile...i like this one better!!!

Chat said...

it looks really cool. I am just getting used to the old one I have .
tfs,
chat

Jen Young (Pearl City, HI) said...

wow - this is the first time I've heard about this thing... too bad I missed the demo.

hugs,
jen

CindyB said...

Hi-tech is right!
I just found out about this tool right here on this blog! (and I laughed and laughed too - you are so funny!) Thanks for sharing with us. I will wait to hear what you all say before I rush out to get mine.

CATHERINE said...

Flossie - you're like a drug pusher, showing this to us poor stamping addicts! LOL. I'm _glad_ I missed it on TV - I certainly don't need it, but I don't think I would have been able to resist.

Keri Lee Sereika said...

Now was that nice???? this post needs a warning heading!!!
signed ~
Anonymous Tool Freak ;)

nancy morgan said...

It's magnificent...I'm still thankful everytime I set an eyelet without a hammer. And now, being able to reach into the paper further...does it get any better than this? Maybe they'll give you one free for doing their advertising for them? That would be nice = )

sophia landry said...

This looks almost intimidating! I thought I was making a big step when i finally got a crop-o-dile, but this looks kinda scary ( It took me 2 months to get past my phobia and actually use my cropodile). May have to look at what it does.

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

This tool looks fabulous -- thanks for sharing!!!

Alex said...

OMG I just got a crop-a-dile and can just about hold that, lol I couldn't even pick that thing up, its huge, lol - yay to you, you will have to show us how it works when you get it xxx

jacki j. said...

I tried the regular crop-a-dile for the first time in November and decided I had to have it. I went out looking for one a couple of times and for some reason I didn't get it. I'm glad now because the only thing I didn't like about the original was that it didn't have a big reach. All those problems are solved and a few more features and it's only a little more than I would have paid for the original.