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OgoSport OgoBild POD


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  • An awesome combination of giant construction toy and active play device
  • Just add a sheet and create super fun Play Forts
  • Bounce, roll, kick, throw or spin your creations
  • A perfect blend of creativity and physical activity
  • Combine multiple sets for even greater creativity
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OgoSport OgoBild POD + OgoBild Hub + OgoBild Nexus
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 3.8 x 3.8 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0048EKSLA
  • Item model number: OB009
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 10 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,114 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

Part Play-Fort. Part Giant Construction Toy. Take 12 bouncy rubber balls with 12 sockets each, add 30 interchangeable 24 inch connector tubes and what do you get??? The OgoBild POD. A brilliant combination of active and constructive play. Build your own fort, dome tunnel, cube, ball, sculpture.... The flexible ball and tubes make the giant structures super safe. The connecotrs stay connected so you can toss, bounce or roll your giant creations!!! Experiment with different OgoBild attachments. OgoBild provides hours of dynamic inventive play.

Product Description

Set contains 12 SEBS (non-toxic, latex-free material) OGOBILD balls and 30 24-inch polypropylene tubes. Pod kit creates large, light-weight structures. Product recommended for age 6+. WARNING: May contain small parts. Not for children under 3 years How big can you "BILD"? Activate your imagination with OGOBILD, the only construction set you can kick, spin, and throw!

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Overall a really fun toy!
D. A. J.
You can make a tent by covering with a blanket, or you can build different shapes.
A. Math Professor
This is a fun toy for playing with your children.
MJC

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Beccaboney VINE VOICE on December 6, 2011
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"OGO BILD POD" is a 42-piece construction set from OgoSport. Reminiscent of Tinker-toys, this set includes 12 rubber balls (each having 12 openings), and 32 flexible plastic "struts" featuring end knobs which fit easily into the openings. The basic building unit is a triangle, which, when connected to other triangles, form a dome (and eventually a pyramid and polyhedron).

The top lid of the box shows a structure they call the "Giant Geo Ball" being rolled outside, as well as a child sitting under a partial ball with a sheet and the words, "Play Forts!". A printed diagram is included as part of the inside cardboard box dividers showing how to build four increasingly larger structures: "Spinning Top", "Mega Mountain", "Giant Geo Ball", and "Rockin' Rocket". The first three can be built with this size set (42 pieces), but the last and largest/most dramatic, would require a second set.

Pros:
---The ball connectors are soft plastic and the struts are flexible. Both seem quite durable.
---The strut ends fit in and out of the ball openings easily.

Cons:
---When building a structure, which opening to use is not immediately obvious. Previous reviewers mentioned excessive flexibility until the structure is completed. Sometimes trying another ball opening helps this.
---The "fort" (or "pod") that is able to be constructed from this set is quite small. There would be more space under a sheet with two chairs. I really feel you need two or even three sets.
---The box opening/closing is not easy for a child to manage for storage. The struts are 24" long; one idea would be a pillowcase with a rubber band or strip of velcro. If the box is discarded, cut out and save the instructions that are printed on the inside cardboard.

All in all, the picture on the box does not match the level of fun that can be had with only one set.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Montgomery VINE VOICE on November 17, 2011
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This is a great toy, tat gets the kids' creative juices flowing! You can make a ball, a fort, a pyramid, or whatever else you can dream up. We especially had fun building a fort and then throwing a sheet over it.

My 3 year old son is a bit young to be able to connect the pieces on his own and design the complete shape, but he likes to help and can easily enough push the rod into the connector. It is intuitive enough that he can interconnect several pieces and start to form the basics of a structure. He's built squares and triangles on his own, and his favorite thing to do is make letters of the alphabet with the poles (he's on a letter kick right currently).

As others have mentioned, two sets would make this even more fun, but I found that the single set had a generous amount of parts. The resulting structures are big enough to get in and crawl around in. The set is well made, and the poles feel very sturdy, but remain flexible.

We've told several friends about this set, because it is really a great combination of creative fun, construction, and educational value.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dee on November 2, 2011
I bought the pod for my daughter (7 yo) and my niece (10 yo) and was very happy with how they received it. My daughter had been asking for leggos and she also wanted a tent to play in so when I saw the pod I knew it would be perfect. From the minute I gave them the toy they were completely preoccupied. They helped each other build a fort, complete with a sheet to cover, and accessories from the nexxus set as accessories. The pod supports a sheet nicely but is a little to flexible for a heavy comforter. Then they made a competition out of it to see whose "house" was better. They even got the dog in on it, dubbing her the judge (which ever "house" she chose to sleep in was the winner).

This product is definitely money well spent. They played with the pod right up until it was time for bed, and even convinced me to allow them to sleep in their creations. Its easy assembly and clean up, and was the perfect distraction for my active child. I recommend it to all! (Buying 2 sets is ideal because even with one child its nice to have the other set to build larger creations).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Villeneuve on May 15, 2012
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We've had A LOT of fort building/construction type toys over the years. My kids love them and they get very imaginative with them. This set proved to captivate more than I had anticipated. I thought it looked fairly small and my kids are older now (7,9,11) so I wasn't sure how they'd take to it. Well, the youngest just loved to build. The connecting balls allow for flexibility and they seem more durable than other kits we've had in the past. The older two went wild with the geometric shapes you can make and were very interested in the "math" behind the structures. The big question with toys like this is: "Will they use it after they've used it once?". The answer is: yes. They've taken it apart and built different things a few times. I'm not claiming it will be in their rotation once a week, but I feel it has already served its purpose and it hasn't run its course yet, so it was well worth getting!

Any toy that (knowingly or unknowingly) makes them think, is a thumbs up from me - provided they USE it. They use it and love it, so five-stars for me!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Colleen D. Gallagher VINE VOICE on November 10, 2011
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My five year old and nine year old were excited to open this box and start building. Quickly they both became frustrated with the pieces. My son (the nine year old) who can put together any Lego set in a snap, was even frustrated that they did not snap together and hold that way. When he finally got it to snap the way he wanted it to, there were not enough pieces to make a shelter big enough for a small child to sit in. There are enough to make a shelter for a few dolls to go in. My kids played with this once and I encouraged them to try it again but they were not impressed and either was I. I do not think it is worth the 30 plus dollars it sells for. The plastic tinker toys work even better is almost the same manner.
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