Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty, 3.2 Ounce, Super Illusions Super Scarab
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Color: Super Illusions Super Scarab. Thinking Putty comes in 30 colors, including glow-in-the-dark, heat-sensitive, and electric-colored putty. It can stretch like rubber and bounce like a ball, and because it's silicone-based, it won't dry out or crumble over time. It's part toy, part stress reliever, part physical therapy and entirely addictive.
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Super Scarab offers incredible color shift from blue into purple right through to red and copper. Its smooth aqua tones dance in the light and hypnotize the eye. Soothe your senses with this tranquil putty.
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|Item Dimensions||4.5 x 8.5 x 5 in||0.9 x 1.1 x 0.5 in||0.7 x 2 x 2 in||4 x 4 x 1.5 in||4 x 4 x 1.4 in||3.5 x 3.5 x 1 in|
|Item Weight||6 ounces||0.8 ounces||0.48 ounces||0.63 lb||6.4 ounces||1.92 ounces|
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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.
Somewhere I read that rubbing alcohol takes it out (I think I read that on some website connected to the product, because it certainly wasn't written by someone actually trying to get this adorably-packaged-biohazard out of cloth). So I bought a bottle of rubbing alcohol at a Cape Cod CVS, brought it back to the room and drenched the glop with it. Incredibly it didn't have any effect! Well except that the entire hotel room smelled like I'd been knocking back Everclear while my 7 and 9 year old watched TV. In a small room, the smell was near tear-inducing. So I called the main desk and told them we'd had "an accident" and needed a new sheet. A nice guy from housekeeping came by. I wadded up the sheet so the blue wasn't obvious and handed it to him. I tried to explain that I'd used rubbing alcohol to get something out of the sheet, but he didn't speak English. He couldn't have missed the overwhelming smell of alcohol though so, in case he was considering calling child services, I showed him the bottle of rubbing alcohol - which I think he thought I was offering to him because he waved his hand in a "no thank you" motion. The hotel didn't charge me for the sheet btw... or for the spots where the putty had fused with the carpet. I managed to pick it out of the shag with my fingers, but a telltale blue stain remained.
Oh and I guess I should mention - it wasn't magnetic - not at all. Unless somehow all the cloth we encountered was magnetic. My kids liked it anyway because when you press something into it you get an imprint - like, you know, you get with regular silly putty - only for significantly less money. I'm giving it two stars instead of one because I'm sure it has some unexplored scientific benefit, like bonding bulletproof cloth with silk or something.
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.
We have bought Aaron’s Thinking Putty before and love it. BE WARY OF THIS SUPPLIER. This is NOT Aaron’s Thinking Putty. We own plenty of this and this is not it.