The Geomag Mechanics Gravity Up & Down Circuit is fun for the whole family! | Reviewz & Newz

The Geomag Mechanics Gravity Up & Down Circuit is fun for the whole family!

Thank you to Geomagworld for sending me this awesome Mechanics Gravity Up & Down Circuit set to review!  This is an excellent set that provides hours of fun for kids age 7 and over.  Who am I kidding?  It's fun for the whole family!  My husband and I enjoy playing with this as much as our kids do.  There's just something exciting about building a structure like this and then watching the steel spheres move through it.  I especially like the Magnetic Cannon.  It's amazing to see how one steel sphere can shoot off and travel so far, even uphill, as a result of being struck by another sphere.  But it wouldn't be able to do that without the cannon piece.    

This set can be purchased on Amazon, or you can use the Store Locator on the Geomagworld site to find a store near you that carries it.  It is regularly priced at $119.99 on Amazon, but it is currently on sale for $99.30.


The Up & Down Circuit set is the most complete one in the gravity range and is based on the movement of the steel spheres. The weight of these spheres will move a never ending spiral that will also start a real gravity motor.  Inside a magnetic system of gears there's a second spiral.  Once it's activated, the spheres will begin to ascend towards the top as if they were in an elevator.  This is really cool to watch.  Once they reach the top, the spheres will enter a circuit that's full of amazing magnetic tricks and then descend once again to keep the gravity motor active.  

 
There are  330 pieces contained in this set: 21 magnetic rods, 39 steel spheres and 270 plastic mechanical elements.  Gravity is the innovative evolution of the Geomag Mechanics line.   It was developed with expert players in mind.  The new construction system is based on an innovative gravity motor that uses the weight of the Geomag spheres to start the mechanisms and movements of the Geomag mechanics structures.  It isn't powered by electricity or batteries, it's the invisible forces of gravity and magnetism that provides the motion.  The play experience is based on these fundamental principles of physics.  Mechanics gravity is a STEM product that can truly stimulate curiosity and inspire a child to learn more about science.   
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