Ok and now for a revised review.. I really wish this putty came with some sort of “user manual.” The putty is magnetic and apparently has to be “charged.” for a while, that I did not know. It features a quite large and strong magnet that is used to move the putty around which is cool I guess. I don’t suggest to bounce the putty with the magnet inside, that is a bad idea. You can stretch it, mold it, and do some interesting things with it. The edges of the magnet however (at least the unit I received) were quite sharp. The product is for ages 8+ but honestly, it’s still sharp even for older kids than that. Maybe I just got a bad sample, who knows. It’s not something I would personally buy especially not for $14.95, maybe $8.99 at most if I was really bored and wanted something to play with.
However, it leaves a weird glitter and residue on your hands though, but not to worry as its non-toxic. Check it out at PuttyWorld.com.
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