NOTE: These are no longer on the market in NZ due to a safety recall
Makes over 500 designs!
Magnetix - the toy that teaches and empowers kids of all ages! Use your imagination and create countless shapes for endless hours of fun...
Magnetix also has intellectually stimulating qualities. You can create mathematical shapes, physics and chemistry models... it's cool to be smart and it's smart to have fun!
This kit contains an assortment of rods, square and triangular panels, in a sturdy aluminium display carrycase.
Once again, a wonderful chance to expand the play options for my son arose, and I took it. This Combo Case is a wonderful addition to any Magnetix fan. Not only do you get a great assortment of shapes, but you also get a wonderful carry-case that can easily hold, I guess at well over 2000 pieces.
My entire collection of pieces was able to fill less than a third of this case, meaning it's value for an expanding collection is well worth the purchase price. A plastic case isn't really as effective, since the metal baseplat in the case allows your Magnetix to clip in place, preventing a shifting center of gravity.
Overall, I was really pleased with this kit, and the huge boost to the collection has opened up whole new creative scope, allowing bigger, more complex shapes to be built. A stellated icosahedron, edged in glow-in-the-dark rods, with crystal panels and struts, spinning in the window day and night is something funky to behold.
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