Family Two Minute Review: Confetti 88 from Geomag

Two Minute Review: Confetti 88 from Geomag


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Playtime can be fun with the Confetti 88 from Geomag, here is our two minute review.

Geomag Classic is an inventive system of simple construction made of 58 mm magnetic rods and steel spheres. A huge number of shapes, geometric figures and models of every kind can be constructed. Geomag stimulates creativity and logical reasoning. The variety of the shapes and their transformations make it possible to create different structures continuously.  

The wonderful Geomag Confetti set is the perfect introduction into the world of construction and creativity.  With 88 pieces you’ll only need a few parts to create some awesome magnetic constructions. Full of vibrant colour the magnetic rods and non-magnetic and safe steel spheres come together to create a hundred of patterns, structures, and shapes.

The set is fun and educational, the inventive system of simple construction is made of 58mm magnetic rods and steel spheres. Stimulating creativity and logical reasoning and featuring all the components of STEM, (acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), the set is great for the whole family.  

You only need to add imagination to the set and you are well on your way to create a unique masterpiece.  Geomag magnetic kits are the perfect way to express your creativity. There is virtually no limit to the creations that you can make.

Final Thoughts

The Confetti 88 set we were sent was the 88 piece set and there are other sets to choose from (more more or less pieces).

You can create anything your mind (or the mind of your child) can think of, and its a lot of fun to put something together and feel that snap as the magnetic pieces come together. There are examples in the box of shapes and structures you can put together and other suggestions available on the Geomag website.

It’s not only fun to build, but it’s a fun way of teach your child about magnetism – seeing my 4 years old face when the pieces appeared to push away from each other was priceless.

The Confetti 88 set is available now priced around £39 and is aimed at ages 3 and up. There are different sized sets, so have a look and see which one fits you best. This will make a really fun present and you will find yourself wanting to buy more sets just to build bigger and more fun creations.

You can learn more from the Geomag website.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.
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