Cricut’s latest Hat Press is already on sale at a new low of $127 for your summer creations

Amazon is offering the all-new Cricut Hat Press for $127.18 shipped. Normally $149, today’s deal is only the second sale that we’ve seen and marks a new all-time low. The Hat Press is one of the latest additions to Cricut’s lineup of ceramic plate heat presses to create custom hats at home. That’s right, the Hat Press is a first for Cricut in that it uses a curved ceramic heat plate which makes it the perfect accessory for hats. In the package, you’ll find the Hat Press itself as well as a form that you wrap the hat around. It connects to your phone over Bluetooth and has many preset options for temperatures, which goes up to 400F/205C depending on what you’re working with. Find out more about the Cricut Hat Press in our hands-on review and then head below for more.

Cricut EasyPress 3 and Hat Press Review: App-guided automation makes crafting simple

Last month, Cricut expanded its EasyPress lineup of heat presses with the EasyPress 3, Hat Press, and Autopress. I’ve spent the past few weeks with the EasyPress 3 and Hat Press, using them to make various projects ranging from custom coasters to hats, T-shirts, and more. There are several improvements for the EasyPress 3 and Hat Press, all of which come from a Bluetooth connection to your smartphone or tablet. Sound intriguing? Keep reading for our full review of the Cricut EasyPress 3 and Hat Press.

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Cricut’s new Hat Press and commercial-ready Autopress join its EasyPress 3 lineup

This week, Cricut updated its EasyPress line with the introduction of the EasyPress 3. The new expanded lineup includes the two familiar sizes of the previous-generation EasyPress 2, but now expands it with Bluetooth connectivity as well as two new models that we’ve never seen before: the Hat Press and Autopress. These are bound to become a staple in DIY households with Cricut machines, so let’s take a look at the new EasyPress 3 lineup, including the Hat Press and Autopress the below.

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Cricut BrightPad + BrightPad Go illuminate your craft projects like never before, coming June 27

Cricut is relaunching its BrightPad and introducing the BrightPad Go on June 27. These devices are designed to allow you to weed your projects, trace easily, and even do things like make jewelry or create traditional animation work. Often, when crafting, it can be difficult to see a trace lines or small crafting materials, and that’s what Cricut BrightPad comes in. It delivers a bright backlit surface for you to create on. While we’ve seen the BrightPad itself before, the BrightPad Go is an all-new addition to Cricut’s lineup. So, what can they do and how can it improve your crafting workflow? Let’s take a closer look.

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Cricut Maker 3 review: New Smart Materials make crafting faster + easier than ever before

I’ve spent the past few weeks with the Cricut Maker 3, and I have to say it’s actually a fairly impressive upgrade. Coming from the original Maker, which was already quite impressive, the Maker 3 could very easily be an upgrade that many at-home crafters make. From the introduction of the new Smart Materials to other upgrades like faster cutting, the Maker 3 helps at-home crafting become much easier. So, should you buy or upgrade? Let’s take a closer look in our hands-on review of the Cricut Maker 3.

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Cricut’s new Maker 3 + Explore 3 change the at-home crafting game, launching June 10

Today, Cricut is announcing its biggest update to its product lineup yet: an all-new Maker 3 and Explore 3. This time around, both machines share many similarities, but there are a few differences we’ll note. The biggest change to the lineup this time around is that both the Maker 3 and Explore 3 have the ability to cut materials without a mat, and up to twice as fast as their predecessors. So, what all can these new machines do? Let’s take a closer look. Also, be sure to stay tuned for our hands-on review, coming in the next few weeks as we get closer to the official launch on June 10.

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Cricut Mug Press review: Custom, dishwasher- + microwave-safe mugs have never been easier

Last month, Cricut announced the Mug Press, an all-new addition to its lineup of Infusible Ink offerings. Taking on the roll of an Easy Press, the Mug Press is built to provide an even amount of heat all the way around a mug in order to properly transfer a design and bake it in. So how easy is the Mug Press to use, and what sets it (and the mugs) apart from other systems? Let’s take a look in our hands-on review of the Cricut Mug Press.

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Best Cricut alternatives for at-home DIY, crafting, and vinyl cutting

Cricut, the well-known at-home DIY crafting company, has found itself in the middle of some customer turmoil the last few days. Though the company recently released a statement backtracking its announcement that free customers would be limited to 20 file uploads per month, many are still interested in changing out their machines for something that can’t be affected by such change. So, if you’re looking for the best Cricut alternatives, we’ve got you covered down below.

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All-new Cricut Mug Press can make custom microwavable + dishwasher-safe mugs

Cricut is well-known in the crafting world as a go-to brand for machines that can cut, draw, and score with ease. My wife even has the Maker, and it’s honestly a really cool tool. Well, one of the most recent introductions from the company is its Infusible Ink platform that allows you to permanently transfer patterns to items, like shirts, bags, and more. However, until now, mugs were left out, and you were forced to use standard vinyl for that, which removed some of the fun patterns that the company offers. In comes the Cricut Mug Press, which aims to solve that simple problem.

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