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An attractive ballsy challenge


An attractive ballsy challenge

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  • Manipulate, mangle, crush, sculpt, re-arrange
  • 'Addictive' doesn't even come close!
  • Made from 216 powerful rare earth magnets
  • The perfect stress reliever


Imagine a cross between Newton’s Cradle, Rubik’s Cube, Silly Putty and bubble wrap. We know that’s difficult but it’s the only way we can describe the brilliantly addictive allure of the M-Cube.

Unlike any puzzley plaything we’ve ever seen, this boredom busting oojamiflip consists of 216 powerful rare earth magnets that can be shaped, squashed, sculpted, pulled apart and snapped together in unlimited ways. It really has to be seen to be disbelieved!

Armed with an M-Cube you can form countless shapes, create chains, invent games, make jewellery, leave messages on the fridge and much, much more. You can also use it as a stress reliever: simply manipulate it, mangle it, crush it, re-arrange it and your troubles will float away. Maybe. Think of it as a miniature therapist. Indeed, the only thing you’ll need treatment for once you begin tinkering is hopeless M-Cube addiction.

Although it’s touted as a puzzle, there is no solution or pre-set ending to M-Cube. You simply fiddle with it. And fiddle with it. And fiddle with it. And…look, you get the idea. The point is this fascinating collection of north and south polarity boasting balls is completely unputdownable. Shove one in your pocket and you’ll never be bored again, wherever you may roam.

As well as providing dual hemispherical brain stimulation (it says here), the M-Cube will appeal to anyone who enjoys manipulating strange objects – and they don’t get much stranger than this.

more info

  • Not suitable for children under 14 years due to small parts
  • This is not a toy
Product Features:
  • Original M Cube: 216 magnets
  • Neodymium magnets with a durable nickel plated surface
  • Hours of entertainment
  • Duel hemispherical brain stimulation
  • Ideal for stress relief
  • Supplied in a presentation tin

Customer Reviews

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The M-cube gives you hours of enjoyment all-though it is very stressful at fist if you are trying to put back in to a cube it is very fun I put it back today.
Basil Radhi, United Kingdom - 30th May 2013
Just got my M cube with a bag of fun gums! Its brilliant you did it again firebox!
, - 22nd January 2013
Firebox says: Glad we could help!
The rust is most likely caused by, perfumes, hair spray, some hand creams and things like that.
Ben, Leicester - 6th December 2012
I just got my m-cube in in silver and already 8 of mine has started to rust and the colour is comming off on my hands!
Rachael, Scotland - 9th October 2012
Firebox says: Oh dear that doesn't sound good, these are usually very robust. Drop our Customer service a team on with your order number and the problems you've face and we will get this sorted to us.
Does it come with spares incase any get lost or rust?
Rachael, Scotland - 8th October 2012
Firebox says: Afraid not Rachael, however this is a pretty robust product and shouldn't rust on you!
I ordered the original M-Cube about 18 months ago (from Firebox). Love it. Just received the black M-Cube and I am so disappointed. The black balls are slightly smaller than the silver ones. Silver=5. 04mm, black=4. 92mm. Connect a line of black to a line of silver (side-by-side) and you'll get a curve rather than a straight line. Was hoping to combine the 2 sets to try for larger polyhedra. Haven't got any rusty ones - haven't got much use for 'em either.
Phil, Banbury - 8th August 2012
Firebox says: Hey Phil, sorry to hear that you are disappointed with the quality of the black M-Cube. Drop us a line on with your order number and a few details of the problems you've faced and we will get back to you.