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60-Piece Tytan Magnetic Learning Tiles w/ Included Car & Carrying Bag $19.97 at Walmart

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Walmart has 60-Piece Tytan Magnetic Learning Tiles w/ Included Car & Carrying Bag for $19.97, Shipping is free with Walmart+ or with orders over $35

  • 60 Piece Set – Magnetic tiles in various shapes and colors, plus a vehicle base, provides for 1000's of possibilities to create structures
  • Build What You Dream – From castles to camels to skyscrapers to rockets; only your imagination is your limit
  • Less Screen Time – Spark hours of creative play while fostering teamwork & collaboration among kids, all while reducing screen time
  • STEM - Designed to help develop STEM skills important for children of all ages
  • More Than Just Fun – Use the tiles as an educational tool to develop vital skills including: shapes, colors, pattern recognition, magnetic principles, motor skills, problem solving, 3D design & architecture
  • Magnetic – Each tile has a unique ability to attract magnetically together, even when flipped and from various sides

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EMfield78 asked this question on 05-24-2022 at 12:30 PM
05-24-2022 at 12:30 PM
Although not sure about Magna compatibility, we got this a while back when price was little higher and our kid loves these. I would say only 1 piece has missing magnets the rest are all good.

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Does anyone know if these are compatible with MagnaTiles?
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I got this last time when a similar deal popped up. The magnets are not strong. They keep falling apart quickly and my kid hates that. I would stick to magnatiles if you can pay the price.
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After doing a bunch of research for durability, magnet strength, and price, I settled on Playmags. The magnet strength seems to be better than the original Magnatiles that we also have.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...asin_title
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the price is right and the little cart is nice but these are lightweight. they're the same dimensions as our picasso tiles but they are noticably lighter and the magnets are weak - so weak that you can't get tiles to stand vertically - so building structures requires much finer control.
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here's the picasso 60-piece set - abt $2 more than the op set with the 20% coupon:
https://smile.amazon.com/PicassoT...B00APVXSM6
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Quote from sativen :
After doing a bunch of research for durability, magnet strength, and price, I settled on Playmags. The magnet strength seems to be better than the original Magnatiles that we also have.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...asin_title [amazon.com]
Curious if you compared the Jasonwell Magnetic Blocks and how they faired to the Magnatiles or Playmags. I bought the Jasonwell's and are happy with them but not sure if I just don't know better.
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Does anyone know if these are compatible with MagnaTiles?
Although not sure about Magna compatibility, we got this a while back when price was little higher and our kid loves these. I would say only 1 piece has missing magnets the rest are all good.
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Curious if you compared the Jasonwell Magnetic Blocks and how they faired to the Magnatiles or Playmags. I bought the Jasonwell's and are happy with them but not sure if I just don't know better.
Hadn't even heard of Jasonwells before you just mentioned them, so no, unfortunately.
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