BuckyBalls: Seriously Fun Magnetism at Play

April 28, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Toys

What can you do with the 216 tiny spherical magnets that make up a ZoomDoggle’s BuckyBalls set? A lot apparently, especially if you’ve got a geographic imagination. You can pull the magnets apart, stick them together, and shape the whole metallic clump in virtually limitless ways. You can even create the famous “BuckyBall” molecule structure this magenetic toy was named after.

ZoomDoggle’s BuckyBalls are available from getbuckyballs.com for $25 a set. First set requires an additional $6 for shipping (worldwide), but getting two makes shipping free.


Even better, the folks behind getbuckyballs.com have graciously offered an additional $5 discount to The Gadget Blog readers. Just apply the coupon code “gadgetblog” before checking out.

(image courtesy of getbuckyballs.com)

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2 Responses to “BuckyBalls: Seriously Fun Magnetism at Play”
  1. jake says:

    pffft, this is just another lame imitation neocube.

  2. Rico Mossesgeld says:

    Same price. Was thinking peeps would appreciate the $5 discount.

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