Nanodots – Magnetic Fun in Gold, Black and Silver

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Construction sets comprised of tiny magnetic spheres are not exactly new, but Nanodots are little more flashy than the NeoCube and CyberCube kits I’ve reviewed in the past. They are available in kits of 236 spheres in your choice of Silver, Black and even Gold. Prices start at $29.99 and go up to $39.99 for the Gold version. All kits come with a carrying pouch and building instructions.

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