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Bucky Cubes just doesn't have the same ring to it as Bucky Balls.
That's O'neill with two L's *holds up three fingers*
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They're selling like crazy on eBay @ $19-25 set.. Some include shipping, some don't... I'm a ballsy kind of guy anyway.. Pass.
Just really damn lucky: Random Crap: 2/15/08, 2/19/09, 12/25/09, 4/1/10, 12/1/10, 12/25/10, 4/1/11, 5/11/11, 9/14/11, 10/12/11, 12/25/11
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I bought a set a few Tuesdays ago. They are fun and great for demonstrating area and volume with teeny-tiny cubes, plus magnetism. Getting them back in a cube is hard because the faces are difficult to get lined up correctly attraction-wise. But these are my first Bucky experience, and I enjoy them!
*Honest 200 Member* Sept. 2012
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These and Buckyballs don't appeal to me at all. I guess I just don't need mindless toys to play with. I have one of those magnetic disks with hundreds of little metal computer mice I got as a gift. I unboxed it, set it on my desk, and have never touch it since.
Signatures are harshing my mellow.
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Can someone tell me the approximate size of each individual cube ? Like the size of a regular casino dice or are these tiny like 1/4" square or what ?
And why are they not as "fun" as the Bucky Balls ?
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I'm just hanging out, really.