Selfridge's becomes first retailer to stock 3D Printer

New printers from 3D iMaker will range from £750 - £3,200
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Selfridges will become the first retailer to sell 3D printers in the run up to Christmas with an in store display where customers can print their opwn toys.

The new range of printers from 3D iMaker will retail between £750 and £3000, offering customers the opportunity to purchase the hotly anticipated product with the ability to create toys for boys and girls, jewellery, chess sets and more.

The new range will be showcased in a window display, actively demonstrating the printer's ability to customers of the flagship Oxford Street store.

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