Geomag review and giveaway

When they were little the kids were so easy to buy toys for and the toys kept them amused for ages. These days (the kids are 6 and 9) the kids have almost grown out of toys, they just want computer games or iPads, they happily play outside for hours with friends but in the house it’s just electronics. This is why I was so surprised how thrilled they were with the geomag sets we were sent and how long they spent playing with them!

Geomag sets

What is geomag?

Geomag is a Swiss-made magnetic construction toy.
Each kit comes with magnetic metal rods and steel balls, the panel pack cane with loads of plastic panels which brought strength to the structures and the mechanics set come with cogs which can be used to build moving structures.

These sets are great for understanding magnetics and engineering structures, real STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths)subjects, or just for having fun (not everything has to be about learning). Although each pack comes with an instruction pack suggesting models and showing you how to build them, my kids most enjoyed using their imaginations and just building rather than following instructions (that is their reaction to Lego as well, they would rather than a box of bits than a booklet and set instructions).

Geomag diamond
We made the 3D scientific model for diamond

We absolutely love these sets. They help children of all ages develop their hand/eye coordination, motor skills and problem solving skills. But also encourages creativity through the science of magnetic construction.

Geomag building
The sets all work together so you can grow their collection and the bigger structures you can build.

Geomag sets are sold in Smyths and The Entertainer.

Geomag has kindly given us another panels set to giveaway. Please enter via the rafflecopter below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and conditions: entry open from 22nd March 2018 until 5th April 2018. Completion open to uk residents only. Winner will be notified by email and prize sent directly from the brand, Eps and Amy cannot be held responsible for lost parcels. We reserve the right to amend or cancelled this giveaway if necessary.

*please note: this item was sent to us for free for the purpose of this review and giveaway, however this has not affected our opinion and all words are our own

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53 Comments

  1. This looks amazing, and anything which will engage my son and is less painful than stepping on lego is a good idea!

  2. Thanks for the review. I keep looking at these but they are expensive and I wasn’t sure whether they were worth it but I think my two would love them.

  3. My daughter loves construction toys but hasn’t tried geomags yet. I will have to add them to the wishlist.

  4. Thank you for the awesome giveaway!!! My almost 8 year old son would be thrilled with this! He is really into the push and pull of magnets at the moment after learning about it in a science lesson at school.

  5. wow id completely forgotten about these. My eldest son loved them and had a big box full. I think my youngest would love to discover them

  6. This looks like a really fun construction toy. Using magnets as a coupling is a really clever idea.

  7. This looks really impressive! I am a massive fan of the building type toys – and I love how it’s all with magnets!

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