Can you create more than 70 shapes?
Unlock the mystery of Shashibo! Each Shashibo is powered by 36 rare earth magnets. 1 cube transforms into over 70 shapes. Combine 2 or more Shashibos to build larger shapes and create more possibilities. Can you master the shape shifting box? Collect & combine them all!
- Magnetic puzzle cube
- Transforms into over 70 geometric shapes
- Each Shashibo has 4 art designs - the outer design & 3 interior designs
- Size: 3 inch cube
- High quality injection mold
- Download the Shashibo Shape Guide
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Shashibo Geometric Art: dissect a cube into 12 equal irregular tetrahedra, connect these pieces symmetrically with hinges, and add 36 magnets to create a device with more that 70 geometrically interesting and aesthetic configurations- a few are shown here. With practice the various transitions can flow very smoothly- this video are some of my initial explorations with this unique puzzle. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get a Shashibo Cube and other amazing objects featured her on @physicsfun #physicsfun #physicstoy #math #mathfun #mathstoy #mathtoy #cubedissection #geometry #hindgeddissection #shashibo #scienceisawesome
Arrived quickly & safely packaged.
Our granddaughter’s favorite Christmas toy! (And her father’s:)
Interesting toy showing almost a fractal like division of 3 dimensional space.
The combination of colors and patterns are endless and endlessly entertaining. Promotes small motor skills and hand-eye coordination
I tried for several months to make a Shahibo box with paper, as there are many Youtube links for doing this, but only the rigid, 36-magnet model really works easily and convincingly. It's a little pricey, but well worth it if you like to play with 3D puzzles.
It is a Christmas gift that I have not given yet. Check with me after Christmas.
My family have bought several of these. Between the ages of 4 and 64, we have enjoyed manipulating them. Put 2 or 3 together to build beautiful creations!
7 year old granddaughter loves this puzzle.
It’s a gift for Christmas, but I of course had to try it out. It was great fun, a bit of a challenge to get it back to its original configuration to get it back in the box without looking up instructions, but it was great fun!!!