Shashibo Cube

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This shape-shifting geometric sculpture toy is very fun to play with.

Color: Confetti
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Shashibo Cube

The Shape Shifting Geometric Sculpture Toy

Endless Possibilities

Transform this highly addictive magnetic cube into over 70 unique shapes.

Shashibo Cube

The shape-shifting geometric sculpture toy. Over 70 different shapes are possible and thanks to hidden magnets, you can combine cubes to create an even wider variety of interlocking structures. Each cube features 4 different designs and measures 3" on each side when folded into a cube shape.

Made From

  • 100% recycled ABS injection mold plastic.
  • Tear-resistant stickers.
  • 36 internal rare earth magnets.

Both the ABS plastic and rare earth magnets are recyclable at the end of their life!

Overview

Shashibo Cube

When people visit our Play Capsule, they inevitably wind up playing with this shape-shifting geometric sculpture toy. Over 70 different shapes are possible, and thanks to hidden magnets, you can combine cubes to create an even wider variety of interlocking structures. Each cube features four different designs and measures 3" on each side when folded into a cube shape.

This award-winning toy has become one of our new favorites and is available in a variety of different designs.

Designer

Andreas Hönigschmid

Brand

Fun In Motion Toys

Size

3 x 3 x 3 Inches

Material

  • Plastic
  • Paper
  • Magnets

Origin

United States

Extended Play

Explore your creativity by connecting more than one Shashibo Cube together.

1 Cube

2x Cubes

3x Cubes

4x Cubes

Artist / Inventor

Andreas Hoenigschmid

Sand artist by day. Shashibo mastermind at night. Inspired by his love of design, geometry and sand art, Andreas wanted to create a magnetic puzzle toy that would be accessible to people of all ages and walks of life, even those vision-impaired. Once he figured out how to magnetically combine the units onto each other, he realized this was the idea he'd been waiting for his whole life. Thus, the Shashibo (Shape Shifting Box) was born.

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