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Q-BA-MAZE 2.0: Big Box
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- WELL DESIGNED CONTRAPTIONS: Unlike other Rube-Goldberg or marble run type toys, our Q-Ba-Maze Big Box employs snugly fitting, non-warped pieces that don't have breaks or skips, meaning the ball will never move unpredictably or careen off. Guaranteed to entertain rather than frustrate!
- TOYS THAT TEACH: Our Q-Ba-Maze Big Box is a fantastic playset for teaching children to embrace their creativity and design engineering marvels. With 72 cubes consisting of 3 different designs to be used as scaffolding, ramps, paths, and much more, this playset is perfect for any young builder looking to improve hand-eye coordination, problem solving with basic physics, and planning skills. In no time at all you’ll have a skilled architect on your hands!
- NO HASSLE: With no glue or connectors needed, our Q-Ba-Maze Big Box set is ready to play right out of the box. Forget the hassle of having to round up a laundry list of non-included tools and components. Simply unpack and build!
- FOR ADULTS: The Q-Ba-Maze Big Box isn’t designed purely for children. Educational and entertaining for older individuals as well, our Q-Ba-Maze Big Box challenges even the most honed mind to make complex engineering marvels. Great for keeping your mind sharp, limber, and most importantly, interested!
- INCLUDES: Package includes (72) cubes, including (36) single exit cubes, (18) double exit cubes, and (18) bottom exit cubes, (20) steel marbles, and (1) design ideas booklet.
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What’s better than building challenging, complex, and intriguing contraptions? Nothing! Designed to effectively stimulate child and adult minds alike, our Q-Ba-Maze Big Box employs snugly fitting, non-warped pieces that don't have breaks or skips, meaning the ball will never move unpredictably or careen off. Guaranteed to entertain rather than frustrate! With 72 cubes consisting of 3 different designs to be used as scaffolding, ramps, paths, and much more, this playset is perfect for any anyone looking to improve hand-eye coordination, problem solving with basic physics, and planning skills. Plus, our Q-Ba-Maze Big Box set is ready to play right out of the box. Simply unpack and build! Great for keeping you or your child’s mind sharp, limber, and most importantly, interested.
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|Item Dimensions||20 x 17 x 12 in||11.3 x 11.5 x 6.5 in||16 x 15 x 3 in||13.39 x 21.34 x 5.43 in||14.96 x 17.7 x 3.54 in||10.3 x 10.5 x 6.7 in|
|Number of Pieces||92||104||146||134||123||70|
Top Customer Reviews
I have one suggestion that would bump this product up to 5 stars in my opinion, and that's to create bases to collect the marbles once they go through a maze. This set would benefit GREATLY if the marbles had somewhere to go once they're done with their runs. As it is, they just go through the run at lightening speed, and then they scatter. Part of the fun is to see which run collects the most marbles, but that's almost impossible. We tried rigging up little bowls under some of the endings but it's awkward.
The towers topple pretty easily, and are uneven if you're not symmetrical in your maze, so they often lean and then the marbles will only go one direction. This problem would also be solved with the addition of sturdy base pieces.
For these reasons, you'll want to make sure you assemble towers in a tray of some kind, or you'll be searching for the marbles in the rugs, vents, or under furniture constantly. They're the perfect size for swallowing or causing people to slip (or ruining vacuums) so we count the marbles after every playtime (there are 20 in this set) and the kids know they have to find them if they lose one. This is also a bit of a downer.
Nevertheless, my son likes it, so it was worth the purchase price!
I want to point out a couple of things for folks thinking about purchasing this:
- It is not great for kids under 3, as they say on the package. It's a little too hard to use, and probably a choking hazard.
- The pieces require some coordination to put together. It's not a problem for adults or older kids (maybe 6 and up), but for young kids it can be challenging or frustrating without adult help.
- The marbles can get lost easily, as they roll out of the bottom of the maze and onto the floor.
After a couple of days I was taking some apart to put away and as I did I noticed hairline fractures all over the female part of the block. Over half were affected. Then, a couple days after I was checking the blocks and the male end didn't come out perfectly straight and it cracked like the photo below.
We hoped we just got a bad/brittle one. We returned and bought a new one. Within a week it did the same thing and I just flat out returned it and bought a Marbulous at Lakeshore Learning in town and my son says he likes it even better (go figure). I was so sad because I really loved this concept! it has won awards so maybe others don't have this issue. But, if you don't pull 100% straight out I would wage that you will have cracked pieces and eventually could break.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
my 6 yr old grandson. A lot of the time the whole family ends up involved. It's hard to resist!Read more