Review: Geomag Mechanics Magnetic Race Track Set

Geomag Mechanics

Homeschooling is starting to get repetitive now, with an emphasis on the core subjects of Maths and English.

We have been itching for some scientific fun in our house, so when we were offered the Geomag Mechanics Magnetic Race Track Set to review, we could not wait to get building this unique, exciting and educational toy.

The system is made up of magnetic rods, steel spheres and elements of different shapes such as cylinders and modular parts which will provide hours of fun for the whole family as you can build several different designs.

It took us a couple of goes to ensure it was assembled correctly, but once it is you can use the force of gravity to create chain reactions for never-ending fun.


The interactive marble run has 115 pieces and will harness the invisible forces of magnetism and gravity through original and surprising means. The spheres inside the circuit are set in motion by an innovative magnetic cannon that uses the force of attraction of the accelerating magnet.

The motion is provided by the invisible force.

This is a great set for teaching kids about STEM subjects and investigating what works and what doesn’t.

Find out more at and this set is available from all good toy shops with an RRP of £30

Disclaimer: We were sent the Geomag Mechanics Magnetic Race Track Set to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

11 thoughts on “Review: Geomag Mechanics Magnetic Race Track Set

  1. This looks like the kind of thing my son would love, will definitely be adding it to my gift ideas list!

  2. Melanie williams says:

    Ooo how cool is this. A great way for kids to learn and play for sure. My friend lad would love this

  3. This looks like a fun kit and educational too . It would be perfect for my nephew who likes mechanical things.

  4. Helen says:

    What a fun way to learn about engineering and great for problem solving too!

  5. Jenny says:

    My daughter loves her geomag collection, this looks like a really fun set for kids!

  6. This looks like great fun for kids, and great for a rainy day when they cant get out plus it is also teaching them at the same time
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  7. This is great, me and my son love things like this and it is a great way for the mids to learn,play and take ownership of what there doing, it looks a great toy, excellent review

  8. Sarah Bailey says:

    OK now this sounds like it is such fun and how cool that it offers some educational value as well!
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  9. This looks like a great set and great for STEM. We love the Geomag products we own – Jack is always playing with them.

  10. Such a great way of teaching science while having a lot of fun along the way.

  11. Niraj Shah says:

    This is actually a fun way to teach science to kids! I always thought experiments were great ways in understanding whats been taught in school!

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