Hi my grandfather recently passed away and left in his house was a Leapfrog Creatr… I have no idea what to do with this. How much would it be worth for sale? It has never been used only turned on to see if works

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You dont say what model it is, but if you look on ebay, there are several models listed, so you will probably see what they are going for there.

What can you do with it- well, print stuff. It is an enjoyable hobby, and if you learn to use it, you can create a hub here and make a little side cash.

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It depends on what version it is, but if you’re willing to sell it for cheap someone might buy it for the right price.

Some of the earlier models started at around €1200 but with taxes (depending on where you were) it could be €1500. However, they are notoriously unreliable and badly engineered machines.

Regardless of the model you should be able to get about €300 to €500 for it. Even it if doesn’t work properly it might be a good price for someone looking for the parts or a conversion project.

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Dear Lynne,

Sorry to hear that this is the reason you would like to sell this Creatr.

Despite the negative comments about the Leapfrog Creatr below, please be informed that I do not agree with this comment.

I do use a leapfrog Creatr several years now - and I am very happy with this printer.

The only remark is that you need some experience and know-how to adjust/tweek it a little… It is a very solid build, flexible machine with a large building-space - and the price for this was 1700 Euro once -

I think it is important to know where you are located - in which country and town?

Thanks for your information,

best regards,


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It is the one attached below. I really dont have amy idea what to do with it. Im in the UK. Lincolnshire. If any idea of where i could advertise it wpuld be helpful and how much its valued at. I honestly struggle to turn a computer on lol! Never mind one of these! Thankyou again :slight_smile:

Does it have one or two extruders? If you can’t tell can you see if it has two plastic tubes going to the moving head or just one?

I’d say you can probably offload it on eBay or a similar website auction site. Again, this thing is a bit overpriced for what it can do (you can get much more capable and user friendly machines for the same price), and it’s a bit outdated, so unless you’re in luck I doubt you’ll get anything over half the original retail. Start the bidding at €500 and see where it goes. Shipping for this thing will still be a hassle. They originally shipped in big wooden crates.

Best of luck.