Review: Magicubes from Geomag

I was first introduced to Magicubes from Geomag at Blog On Conference and was so impressed by them that I bought some for the pre-school where I work.

They were a huge hit with the kids and we have subsequently added to the collection with several sets.

Magicube is a magnetic construction system that has turned the classic cube into something “magical”.

Magicube

The cubes can be attached on any side, and even remain suspended, making building fun and easy.

The set we have been sent to review is a free building one and can be arranged by colours, but other sets available include pictures to match up, word and number play and even characters such as Paw Patrol and Peppa Pig.

Magicubes Set

You can make wonderful constructions that are easy to build for everyone, including small children and because all sets are compatible with each other, you can make some amazing creations.

Magicubes Eliza and Sebastian

The Magicube range has been developed for two specific age groups: 1 1/2+ and 3+ and even though Eliza and Sebastian are 9 and 6, they still enjoy playing with them and creating some epic structures.

Eliza Magicubes

Disclaimer: We were sent Magicubes to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

18 thoughts on “Review: Magicubes from Geomag”

  1. These look fab and I love how colourful they are. I am definitely going to get a few sets for my little girl who is desperate to build things like LEGO with her big brother but is too little to be able to do so. I think she would have great fun building with magicubes!

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  2. That’s great that the pre-school love them, I remember still being into Duplo even when I was much older, some things like this still retain their joy x

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  3. This looks fun and a great educational toy for kids. It can promote problem solving and help with fine motor skills as well as being a great resource for building and teaching colours! Love it!

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  4. These look like a lot of fun. It might be the first time I could pretend to complete a rubix cube…. think the kids will buy that??

    These would be great for children of most ages x

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