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Fat Brain Toy Co Reptangles

4.5 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews

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  • A highly evolved multi-channel building system
  • Build mathematical thinking; capture imagination - 2 turtles combine in 100 ways!
  • Build geometric masterpieces; Construct simple to complex polyhedra
  • Thousands of play possibilities evoke innovation & curiosity
  • Outstanding ingenuity, modern design, endless construction appeal
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

As seen on ABC's Good Morning America! 2010 Parents' Choice Award -Recommended! Flip, slide, turn, connect, combine, build with Fat Brain's newest construction toy! Clever, colorful turtles snap & slide together in over 100 incredible ways! Each set of 24 Reptangles comes with a full-color bonus activity book with 80+ puzzles to encourage young minds to explore the world of geometry, design & construction.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6.8 x 6.8 x 6.8 inches
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B00392NSQ4
Item model number FA042-1
Manufacturer recommended age 6 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #43,684 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#1,609 in Toys & Games > Building & Construction Toys > Building Sets
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4.5 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews

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Reptangles are a fantastic toy for the 5 and up crowd. I made a mistake and bought them for my newly 3-year-old here on Amazon based on the fact that on the fatbraintoys.com website, it was listed under "top toys for 3-year-olds." I should have checked the age rec also, but did not, so my fault. I was a bit frustrated when I received the box in the mail which said ages 6 and up, but I thought he would still enjoy the toy. However, when he opened the turtles, he is not able to even come close to snapping these turtles. Thankfully, he loves that they are turtle-shaped and just carries them around. Also, thankfully I have 4 older children that are having a blast with them and the puzzle book that comes along with them. They are a challenge to snap together though, it definitely takes some good fine motor skills. My 4-year-old daughter was struggling with it too. My 3 children 5 and up all were able to do it wonderfully though!

I just wish it would not be on the "top toys for 3-year-olds" list on Fat Brain Toys when it is obviously for older kids. Great, cool toy though, so I gave it 5 stars!!
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I got this toy on a recommendation for my kids and I think I enjoy it as much as they do. These colorful turtles can be snapped together in an unlimited number of shapes and figures. Young ages will have fun just playing with the individual turtles. Older kids will begin to experiment with various patterns and shapes. They easily snap and unsnap and hold together very well. My only criticism is that if you force a nub into a slot misaligned you can damage the nub causing the turtle to have difficulty snapping together.
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The pieces are really difficult to fit together. Also, all of the edges really hurt your hands and you're trying to force the pieces together.
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By K. Miller on October 1, 2011
These things are impossible to take apart when you open the box and impossible to get them back together. Plus the cheap plastic that it's made out of kills your hands, very sharp. Plus the box stinks to high heaven.
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We bought these for our 4 year old for Christmas and all of my children - boys and girls (all the way up to 12 y.o) continue to come back to play with them. Because you can make geometrical shapes with them, they seem less childish than other blocks. I am sure they are played with every single day. Initially, they did not know what to do with them, but they caught on quickly and are definitely a go-to toy for all the kids. I am planning on buying another set as the biggest problem is that they are always fighting over them.

One thing I would say is that some of the tabs that connect the turtles have broken off. This could be because the boys "karate chop" them after they assemble them in a line. For the most part, they are pretty durable.
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My son is 13 and enjoys this. We got it for him because he no longer plays with Legos but we wanted him to have something in the room that he could build with when bored. He loves it because he can build all the advanced structures. I would not recommend this for young kids. They don't snap together easily like legos do. I would generally steer this towards older kids who are patient and can learn a new way to connect blocks. Younger kids can play with these too, but not at the same level of complexity. I would think most young kids would either get frustrated or bored and would not realize the full potential of the blocks.
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This toy has provided a challenge for my 8 year old, keeping her away from the electronic game systems for 4 hours! She enjoyed working her way through each level. My only dislike is that she did get cut as she was pushing hard to get some of the pieces together and pinched her skin.
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Our 4 and 7 year old have just never taken to these. We've had them almost a year and they have only played with them 5 or 6 times. They are very hard to get stuck together sometimes and it's very easy to get your fingers pinched in them. The only reason we keep them around is because our boys like to use them as action figures. They are very durable and can take a beating.
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