Speks 2.5mm Magnetic Balls (512 Speks)
What do you do with speks?
You mash speks for stress relief.
Speks are like a magnetic putty, without the mess! Due to their 2.5mm size and low flux rating these mini magnets mash around and are oddly satisfying to touch.
Build for focus.
Need a moment of zen? build hundreds of super cool geometric shapes with Speks. from the cube to the buckyball, Speks ed. is your go to resource for step-by-step instructions on building with magnet balls.
Are speks safe?Speks meet all toy and safety standards and are safe with proper use by anyone over the age of 14. their magnetic flux index rating is less than 50, however Speks should never be put near or in your nose or mouth.
What can I do with Speks magnets?Speks simultaneously combine the feeling of magnetic putty, a stress ball, and grown-up building blocks. Smush them around for oddly satisfying relief, or use them to construct creations to refine your creative streak!
How do you use Speks?
There’s no fixed way to use Speks; it’s completely up to your imagination! Use it as a stress putty, a building tool to create every construction you could ever dream of, or anything you want at all.
How are Speks made?
Specks are made of the rare earth mineral neodymium, along with iron and boron. They're initially formed into 2.5mm balls, then coated with a metal plating or polymer paint before being magnetised. One minute they're ball bearings, and the next they're magnets - it's uber cool!
How many Speks come in a pack?Each Double Pack includes 2 complete sets of our original 2.5mm magnetic balls, which include 1024 completely safe Speks in each pack.
Are Speks for kids?
Speks magnets, according to the company's website, should be kept out of reach of children and, if consumed, patients should visit a doctor as soon as possible. “Swallowed magnets can damage internal organs and have resulted in death and significant injury,” says the website.
How strong are neodymium magnets?
Surprisingly, they're extremely powerful! A 8-millimeter (0.315-inch) diameter and 5-millimeter (0.197-inch) long neodymium magnet has a force of over 1700 grams (3.75 pounds).
What are magnetic balls?
Magnet balls are tiny, yet powerful, rare-earth magnets marketed as toys to alleviate boredom and stress. The first magnet balls were developed in 2009 under the brand name "Buckyballs." They exploded in popularity after just a few weeks when orders topped out at hundreds of thousands of dollars.
How do magnetic balls work?
The high magnetic field concentration at the poles gives magnets a lot of force, which makes them quite powerful (particularly at the two poles). They will then attach like beads (without thread) to create an invisible linked chain.
What are the little magnetic balls called?
Buckyballs, also known as Zen Magnets and Neoballs, are tiny balls made of neodymium magnets. They're popular desk toys because they can be stacked and rearranged into a variety of shapes.
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