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Fascinations Levitron Globe World Stage
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- Fascinations designs product to illustrate many magical aspects of our world
- Witness for the first time stable levitation of an object using only an electromagnetic base located below the object
- Your object will levitate even if the base is turned on its side or upside down
- People wont believe that its possible until they see it for themselves
- Objects continuously revolve in space inspiring wonder and amazement
- Keep away from electronic items.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
THIS HANDSOME DESKTOP DECORATION WILL TRANSFORM YOUR WORK OR PERSONAL SPACE!
First, levitate the magnetic hover disc over the World Stage base. Then, place your favorite collectibles on the disc and watch them slowly rotate in space! It is that easy!!
Also includes a 3 inch Earth Globe with NASA imagery that uses the magnetic disc to levitate and rotate serenely in space. In a low light setting the 8 blue LEDs showcasing your floating object creates a beautiful visual effect. Can levitate up to 12 ounces.
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We spent many frustrating hours trying to get the globe and/or magnet to levitate unsuccessfully. So we opened the second one(same marring on the base), and it worked within five minutes. It has now been ten months, and it is behaving as the first one did - will not levitate. You find the balanced spot, let go, and it slams back down to the base.
The levitation is caused by several strategically placed electronic magnets in the base. Apparently over time, one or more of the magnets malfunction and this causes the toy to fail.
Bottom line, it's pretty cool when it works. I thought it made a nice night light. If you're ordering it as a gift, I suggest ordering early and testing it first.
Bad news first. As soon as I open up the package, I noticed a couple of small scratches on the mirror surface despite the protective layer that you have to peel off. Not only that, but the globe was magnetically stuck to the stage, which took some moderate force to separate. That's when I discovered this globe is not nearly as sturdy as it looks. The hemispheres came apart while trying to separate the magnets, and the first thing I notice was that the little plastic hex skeleton is broken off of the middle, and cannot be fixed. I thought to myself "oh crap, I just ruined it."
Now the good news. I'm not sure what purpose that flat hex skeleton serves, but very fortunately, the product seems to work just fine without it. After all, it's just plastic. On my first attempt, I got the globe working in about a minute. I have taken the platform out and was able to levitate it, and I was also able to levitate it while attached to the globe. All the LED lights work, it levitates, and it rotates. It does what it was designed to do, and I am very pleased with how it looks. It makes for some great decor!
I would recommend this product. Please note that you do have to be EXTREMELY careful when handling the globe, especially with the magnet in it. The globe is easily crushed (or otherwise deformed) if you squeeze it just a little too hard, and it also comes apart really easy. I love the product, but it's not built quite as sturdy as I would have hoped. Enough for me to bring the overall rating down by 1 star. I think it's fair.
globe will fall with any power interruptions.
globe is super tiny and made of thin plastic.
globe halves barely stay together.
I really wanted to like this item but it truly is a POS.
The second delivery was not defective but could not be made to levitate. The magnetic disk flips
over and obviously cannot be made to levitate. The disk is different from that illustrated.
When put into the globe, I can imagine that someone could occassionally get levitation. A number
of us could not after many careful attempts. I have had many levitating devices previously and
never had difficulty being careful enough to make them work. This device does not work.
My only question is,
How long are the magnetics going to last until they start giving out if i left it on constently? The mechanical parts inside?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
interesting toy while it lasts. after a few months the slightest realignment in the unrepairable interior of the magnets will have the formerly floating devices slapped into the... Read morePublished 25 days ago by M.Dessner
The review that instructed on how to use the tissue paper to get it balanced was absolutely perfect. I had been trying and trying with very frustrating results each time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
awesome what else can be said all the levitating items they have are very coolPublished 1 month ago by Michael G.
This was purchased as a gift. I wish it was a little bigger but it is still a cool toy and works as described. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nisha M. Moeller
Here's a simple and friendly reminder: your platform MUST be plugged in for the globe to float, however the LED's can be off(or on, it doesn't affect the floatage). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Looks cool when it actually spins. I bought 4 of these as gifts and 1 spun and 3 didntPublished 2 months ago by ChrisChicago
WHEN THE GLOBE FALLS. It causes the magnetic coils in the base to overheat. BE PATIENT and let them cool down before attempting to levitate again--like an hour. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jonathan Treibick