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SUPERMAGS are super strong magnetic blocks for kids, so sculptures remain stable, no matter what you build. They are made up of superior quality material with attractive colors appealing to boys and girls.

Playmags is the only Brand with the special SUPERMAGS in the tiles so the tiles are stronger connected to build bigger structures. High rise 3D towers are designed by kids who have developed into critical thinkers through creative play.

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We have both and my kids like this set better. It has more variations of pieces... half square, windows and something they call a "porch" - they can customize their dream house better lol.

This is probably the toy my 3 and 4 year olds fight over most. Other than having to clean these up of the floor every night these are great for parents too as my kids can sit and play with these longer than any other toys we have.
We have two sets of these and one set of Magnatiles. They are compatible. Can't tell the difference once you mix them together. My boys play with these daily. Heck us adults have fun with it too haha. This is the cheapest I've seen.

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Very cool STEM toy for kids at an affordable price. They've been very popular deals on SD in past as well. Reviews on Amazon are great, and those reviews repeatedly contradict the above comment that they are not compatible with other magnetic building toys.
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These are cheap knockoffs for Magformers. Not compatible
We have both and my kids like this set better. It has more variations of pieces... half square, windows and something they call a "porch" - they can customize their dream house better lol.

This is probably the toy my 3 and 4 year olds fight over most. Other than having to clean these up of the floor every night these are great for parents too as my kids can sit and play with these longer than any other toys we have.
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We have two sets of these and one set of Magnatiles. They are compatible. Can't tell the difference once you mix them together. My boys play with these daily. Heck us adults have fun with it too haha. This is the cheapest I've seen.
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These are cheap knockoffs for Magformers. Not compatible
I believe they are compatible with Magnatiles - not Magformers. My kids prefer Magnatiles over Magformers. This looks like a good deal.
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Thanks, gonna rolls the dice on this one. My 3 year old loves the magnetiles at daycare but I can't bring myself to see if they'll keep his interest at home for the usual $100-$120 cost of those. Repped.
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Good deal!

I have some... they were actually stronger than magnatiles. Which is important if you want to build anything interesting, and if you want them to last. On the other hand, they sometimes catch my kid's fingers and she cries a bit. That's okay, kids gotta get tough if they want to survive in this world.

One downside is that the magnets themselves sometimes fall out over time. Which is dangerous if you have an infant.

Also I don't really care for the shapes. Too many squares. Not enough triangles. No weird shapes (like hexagons) besides the right-triangles and half-squares, which are basically decorative.

Also the "100" is a lie since it includes the dumb little plastic square inserts.

That said, it's a very good toy for the price. And you do want a lot of them.
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We have a set of magnatiles, playmags and picasso tiles. Playmags are by far the best with the biggest and strongest magnets. Magnatiles are second but much more expensive. Picasso Tiles are weak and not worth it.
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Is this deal good? What is the cheapest price you have seen?
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Are these compatible with Picassos? My boys always fight for the one set of Picassos we have. I may get 2 just so they will leave us (the parents) alone XDD
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My 6yo and 3yo love these. I got them 2 years ago and they're still popular here. Getting this for the big kids birthday- this is a pretty good price for a bigger set.
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Maybe just me, but the first thing I saw in the picture was "F" "U".

Anyway, thanks for posting. I was waiting for this or Picasso Tiles to go on sale. We already have the Magnatiles but the kids fight over them and we need more tiles, but Magnatiles are so expensive!
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We got the Playmags first and have been using them for years weekly. Last xmas we got the Magnatiles that were supposed to be the more premium version, but I noticed they felt cheaper and the magnets were weaker. Asked someone else what they thought (without giving my opinion first) and they said the same thing. The more expensive Magnatiles got returned. Eh my kid wants the special pieces for cars and curves anyway, when does that go on sale?
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