CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Crazy Aaron's Putty World Krypton Putty 3.2oz
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- Made in the USA
- Great for all ages
- Hours of fun
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I just want to warn everyone who is thinking about this product for a small child: it s very cool, great way to learn about magnetism and hexotropic substances (latter for older students, obviously) the way that it is made magnetic is by suspending ferrous particles in the putty. These stay in the putty fairly well. (no detectible magnetic reaction reduction after 3 weeks of 3-4 hours/day being magnetized and demagnetized repeatedly) HOWEVER... They can, and DO, come out. Even if you play with it for a few seconds, I recommend passing the included magnet over your fingers and hands and washing well because they HURT BAD when you get one in your eye. I learned this lesson the hard way and just wanted to let parents, teachers, nerds, geeks, and all the other people who might touch this stuff so that they can avoid it.
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However I was disappointed. The putty is not very magnetic and will really only work with really strong magnets. I was disappointed to find out that it will not pick up metal objects unless it is magnetized.
On the plus side it was very fun to squish and play with.
Overall, it was an okay product, probably too much money though.
This is my first video I've made for amazon. I had a sore throat, so I did not put up audio, just text. In my video I tried to mostly show the abilities of the product instead of my opinion of it. I would appreciate constructive feedback on how to make future videos better.
Thinking Putty - This is basically silly putty. Same feel, texture, material (silicone, which doesn't dry out), etc. What is different though is that you get a lot more then those small and even big egg shells. You get 1/5 a pound, or 3.2 ounces. Basically the tin covers your entire palm area easily. Although the tin is half full so it isn't too hard to put it back in.
The other difference is that these come in much better colors, well unless you like the coral pink of silly putty. These colors make Thinking putty special. You can get all the primary colors, red, white, black, blue, green, etc. OK, those aren't hard to imagine. Then there are metallic and electrics. These I believe have mica in them. They are shiny and have swirls slightly darker and lighter colors. I say slightly. Think of a pearl or dull metal. Then there are the color changers. The use heat to change color to a lighter version of the color. Cool to return to the original shade. And the glow in the darks. One color during daylight, another at night. And these do no use the glow material they used 10-20 years ago. This is more expensive but glows some 10X longer. And then there are two special colors. Magnetic, which is slightly or slowly if you prefer magnetic. And glass, which is clear.
For more on these, please see other reviews.
Is thinking color kids? No. Give them silly putty. It is cheaper. If they love that, then give them this. Also this is called thinking putty because it is for adults to mush around while they are thinking. Or think of it like a stress ball.
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BEWARE stains fabrics and won't come out with any treatment (I tried ). Stained my fabric car interior and kids clothes.Published 1 day ago by Stacey Vince
Great product my daughter love it it does what exactly said in the packagePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
This stuff is incredible. I bought it for my kids but find myself playing with it now and then. The magnet in the puttty is strong, but the putty itself does not stick to the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Gina McV
It's awesome, just be carefull as it stains really easy. Keep your hands clean if you care it being crystal clear.Published 2 days ago by Darío E. Herrera Y.
This is stuff is so fun to play with it's ridiculous. I'll be working on homework with one hand, and kneading/stretching/tearing this stuff with the other. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Rolo