A couple days ago we shared a review about Silhouette Cameo 3 vs Cricut Explore Air 2, we see that you need another one review about the same product from Explore Air but with different competitor although they come in the similar brand that is Cricut Explore Air 1. We have not tested them yet, but we want you to know more what are the inside features on each machine by comparing them in term of an article. Check them out!
Cricut Explore Air 2
The Explore Air 2 is incredibly versatile wireless cutting machine. The Cricut Explore Air 2’s appearance is mint colored with a silver or chrome stripe and white bottom. The machine comes in a pink, blue, and ivory colors. The Explore Air 2 also has a silver and chrome head machine. It gets the double carriage for cutting and writing or even scoring in just one step. The convenient storage compartments are existed as the function to store tools and blades. As a plus value, you can use the same blades, cutting mats, pens and scoring stylus as the other machines to create with more than 100 materials you want from vellum to leather. With Cricut Explore Air 2, you can also purchase a Wireless Bluetooth Adapter and plug it in to create wirelessly. And last, by checking the Fast Mode option in Design Space, you can cut and write on vinyl, iron-on, and cardstock up to 2x faster.
Cricut Explore Air 1
Cricut Explore Air is known as a good machine for beginners. It can tackle a number of different materials especially something comes from paper to vinyl to leather and wood, with the right settings. With opens up huge possibilities for your creativity, you can do much more. Means that not only cutting only with this machine. Many die cutters allow you to insert a pen for drawing patterns, but Cricut Explore Air 1 is not, The unique way you can do is inserting a blade and a pen at the same time. You can even have the machine draw a pattern for you and then cut it out in one job. The Explore Air seems like a simple dial that allows you to select the material such as paper, vinyl, poster board, fabric and others. Some crafters may balk at the idea of a machine making many of the decisions when it comes to the materials setting, but taking some of the guesswork out of blade depth is a welcome feature for novices.
Cricut Explore Air 2 vs. Explore Air 1
If you want a machine that is faster, but a little louder, you can choose Cricut Explore Air 2. If you want a quieter machine that takes a little longer to cut, you can choose Cricut Explore Air 1. Your choice will lead you to the best one of cutting machine you exactly want.