Review: New Magicubes from Geomag

I was first reviewed Magicubes back in February and the kids loved playing with them.

They are also a huge hit with the kids at the pre-school where I work and we since added to the collection with several sets or different designs, from plain colours to shape matching and even Paw Patrol sets.

Magicube is a magnetic construction system that has turned the classic cube into something “magical” and I was keen to see what my granddaughter, Lilah (8 months), made of them.

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

Magicubes are aimed at children aged 1½, but as they are solid cubes and Lilah was fully supervised, I was happy for her to play with them.

Lilah Magicubes

Eliza and Sebastian kept helping her make the correct shapes of the fruit designs, but Lilah was happy to just feel the texture and take them apart and put them back together again.

Lilah Geomag

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. I will certainly be collecting more for Lilah’s toy box.


The Magicube range has been developed for two specific age groups: 1 1/2+ and 3+ and are available from all good toy shops, priced from £9.99.

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

12 thoughts on “Review: New Magicubes from Geomag

  1. Aww we had something very similar when little J was younger. He loved them

  2. These look great, the perfect size for little hands. My kids loved traditional blocks when they were younger so would have really loved these.

  3. Rachael says:

    Oh these look great, I have been looking for some new toys for my (just turned) 2 year old and I think these would be a massive hit. Thanks for the useful review!

  4. Melanie williams says:

    I love how these are educational and fun to play with. Perfect simple and fun colours x

  5. These look good, a great way to help kids match up patterns, shapes and colours etc, great review

  6. These look great for kids when they’re little. Good fun with good learning in it too.

  7. Kira says:

    Nila loves Magicube and we have built up quite an impressive collection. The set looks fab!

  8. These are really great for younger kids. My son had an obsession with cubes when he was little.
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  9. Rhian westbury says:

    I think it’s great that she can use them at this age just to play with, but as she gets a little older it can encourage her mind to put together the fruits x

  10. These look great, I will have to look at these for my grand children with 3 under 3 and another on the way they would be great fun for them

  11. These look great for little ones – bright colours and easy to grab which is what you want from toys for young kids.

  12. Claire says:

    Your granddaughter certainly seems to like them.

    They look like a great idea, nice and bold and big enough for young babies to hold on to x

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