*The Geomag Glitter Panels Recycled Range

    *I received this product for free but the opinions are my own.

I was recently sent The Geomag Glitter Panels Recycled 35-piece set* to review. Each Glitter set is fully compatible with the full Geomag range, including Classic, Green line, Supercolor, and Glow. The Geomag Glitter Panels Recycled 35-piece set is suitable for ages 3-99 and is made from 100% recycled plastic which is great when sustainability is the main goal for many of us. The set also comes with a storage box which makes it easy to store when not in use. This works by connecting magnetic rods to metal spheres, using plastic panels to reinforce and decorate. All you need is your imagination to start building different structures and shapes.
The Geomag Glitter Panels Recycled Range

Geomag ensures that children can learn key skills through the joy of building, construction, and even demolishing their creations. Packed full of invisible forces that make the magnetic rods and metal spheres attract, Geomag allows children to build endless designs, all you need is your imagination.  This is fun to play with whether you are a kid or adult and its fascinating to build something using just the magnetic rods and spheres and creating whatever you want and with glitter in the mix as well for a bit of added sparkle I love it.
The Geomag Glitter Panels Recycled Range                       
Geomagworld has innovated since 1998 when they invented the first magnetic construction toy. A quarter of a century later they continue to lead their magnetic field. They have a primary mission of encouraging playing together for a healthy planet. Geomag creates their fantastic toys in Switzerland and uses 100% renewable energy to produce them. Geomag has embraced the philosophy of the circular economy. Their Magicube, Classic, and Mechanics lines currently use recycled plastics. Their packaging is also made with over 70% recycled materials.

The Geomag Glitter Panels Recycled 35-piece set is available here for £19.50.


Leigh💜

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