Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: PicassoTiles 60 Piece Set 60pcs Magnet Building Tiles Clear Magnetic 3D Building Blocks Construction Playboards - Creativity Beyond Imagination, Inspirational, Recreational, Educational, Conventional
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This is one of the best toys we’ve purchased so far. They provide endless entertainment and possibilities. The tiles stick well, and the different shapes allow for building all kinds of structures. Our 2.5 year old, while he still needs help building with them, loves them. We build garages for his trains and cars, and towers for him to knock over, as well as race tracks by connecting them flat on the floor. We’ve knocked them down countless times, and accidentally stepped on them. I was worried they would crack, but they are still in perfect condition. One of those toys adults can have fun playing with too :)
This review is for Picasso tiles 60 pieces set. I love these tiles and I am going buy a set of 100 pieces soon. I also owned a small set of Playmags tiles. Although physically the magnets are smaller for a Picasso tile as compared to Playmag’s, I don’t feel much different in terms of it’s strength. Both tiles are compatible with each other. I would highly recommend these tiles for everyone looking for more affordable magnetic tiles.
Both my kids LOVE these magnets! Age 1 and 5, is when I purchased these, and how a year later they're still a favourite! They 'stick' together very well, and with the numerous magnets in this set you can actually build something pretty decent. Our favourite to be build here is of course towers and garages to put cars in. We've also built ramps and race tracks etc for their cars. Definitely a great toy to spark the imagination!
I cant say more about this product. I love it is just not enough. So far I have purchased 4 sets and have got my friends and family to purchase many as well. They are just so useful in so many ways. They entertain the kids for ever. Especially with multiple sets to build bigger things. They are great for toddlers and even adults for a fun entertainment with the kids. Very multipurpose can play in water and on baking sheets, in the sun light to make coloured reflections. So much fun !
I purchased these tiles for my 6 year old granddaughter. She loves them and plays with them whenever she visits me. They're magnetic and colourful. Madeline has built condos for her Playmobile people as well as other buildings. I also gave them to my nephew's 5 year old son for his birthday and Elliott loved them too. I told my sister about them and she bought 2 boxes of Picasso Tiles to give two grandchildren in different cities. Each of these girls are enjoying the tiles too. I would heartily recommend Picasso Tiles to any children.
My kids love these magnetic tiles. They build and play multiple times a day and it’s the most used toy in our house. We have ordered these twice as well as the cars. That being said, with both of these boxes, neither of them had 60 pieces. At first I thought it was an odd box and didn’t think anything of it. We added another box to the collection because of how much they are being used and the same amount came in our next box- purchased months later. They’re great quality but we are definitely short some.
Absolutely fantastic! Both my children love it. It's a great toy that fosters their creative, they spend hours coming up with all sorts of creations. My only suggestion to anyone thinking about purchasing this is, to buy at the very least 2 packs, so you are not limited.
I had magna-tiles before. But they were quite expensive so I decided to order Picasso tiles to give it a try. Yes they are great but they are that strong compare to magna-tiles. The kids love them, they will be the toys they will enjoy for longs. I prefer magna-tiles, if you're ok with the price. But if you want to start with Picasso tiles, there're nothing wrong with them.