What are Buckyballs?

What are Buckyballs?

So what exactly are Buckyballs? Only the coolest freakin’ things ever! The people at Rolling Stone magazine agree, naming it the 2009 Toy of the Year.

In a nutshell, Buckyballs are a set of 216 small yet ultra-powerful rare earth magnets.

What’s so fun about 216 tiny magnets you ask? The fact that you can arrange these crazy little things in just about any way imaginable, play games with them, build sculptures, and anything else your brain can conceive!

In India its 12 o clock and much to our surprise the Google “O” converted into a buckyball and the google doodle informs that its 25th anniversary of buckyball. The buckyball logo is spinning on the homepage of google search engine .In the mid of Google logo a yellow ball appears and then creates a buckyball. Buckyball are also amazing desktoy which keeps you busy and entertained.
Even the simplest concepts of Buckyballs magnets can be used and updated now and again. Take the old magnet spheres ball, for example. Buckyballs magnetstoy is just a set of 216 pcs of magnets spheres in diameter size 5mm, made of strong powerful neodymiumgrade N35 which is more stronger then other magnets which you know as whiteboard magnets or different kinds of fridge magnets.
The Buckyballs magnets can be molded, sticked, shaped, caught together or separated. Kids and adults can play games, make shapes, different patterns or just use it as a strong magnet to stick some paper and other stuff to the fridge. The Buckyballs magnets toy company has come up with a unique new design taken on this old idea.
BuckyBalls magnets are suitable to make different contructions and enhance kids understanding of geometry. Children can tap into their imagination to conjure up different structures.
Teach your kids patience and problem-solving as they learn by trial-and-error how to best build different structures using the magnets. Great stress reliever for adults too. Bring the Buckyballs to work and be the office star! Can be good gift for your boss also, for your kids and friends.

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