Creative technology company, Cricut has partnered with Harvey Norman New Zealand, providing greater access to a range of Cricut smart cutting machines.
Consumers will find the new Cricut Maker 3, Cricut Explore 3 and Cricut Joy, as well as the Cricut heat press range, tools, accessories and a wide range of materials at Harvey Norman stores and online.
The partnership will also see new products make their debut in the New Zealand market including the Cricut BrightPad Go and Cricut Card Mat 2 x 2.
Featuring five adjustable brightness settings, the Cricut BrightPad Go delivers a large 29.2cm x 22.8cm area of adjustable LED light to see details for every project, including tracing, paper crafting, and quilt piecing. In addition to a rechargeable, built-in battery that lasts more than 1.5 hours, it comes with a nonslip base, USB power cable and wall adapter for RRP $189.95 NZD.
The reusable Cricut Card Mat 2 x 2 holds up to four cards and works with all Cricut Insert Cards and Cutaway Cards (sold separately). It is compatible with the Cricut Explorer or Cricut Maker machines and will retail for $34.95 NZD.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Harvey Norman New Zealand. It is an iconic destination for consumer technology and lifestyle products. Given its significant retail footprint across the country, we’re going to be able to get Cricut into the hands of more New Zealand creatives and DIY-ers than ever before,” Cricut region director for Australia and New Zealand, Nicole Dow-Smith said.
“We already have strong relationships with Harvey Norman in other regions like Australia and Singapore. The Harvey Norman team shares our passion and commitment to helping people lead creative lives and we can’t wait to replicate our success and watch Cricut grow in partnership with the Harvey Norman New Zealand team.”