SHASHIBO Shape Shifting Box – Award-Winning, Patented Fidget Cube w/ 36 Rare Earth Magnets – Extraordinary 3D Magic Cube – Shashibo Cube Magnet Fidget Toy Transforms Into Over 70 Shapes (Spaced Out)

SHASHIBO Shape Shifting Box – Award-Winning, Patented Fidget Cube w/ 36 Rare Earth Magnets – Extraordinary 3D Magic Cube – Shashibo Cube Magnet Fidget Toy Transforms Into Over 70 Shapes (Spaced Out) SHASHIBO Shape Shifting Box – Award-Winning, Patented Fidget Cube w/ 36 Rare Earth Magnets – Extraordinary 3D Magic Cube – Shashibo Cube Magnet Fidget Toy Transforms Into Over 70 Shapes (Spaced Out) : Toys & Games

What are shashibo shape shifting box – award-winning features?

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  • Unlike other puzzle box toys that turn out disappointing & dull, the patented, award-winning shashibo fidget box features 36 rare earth magnets for an innovative design that transforms into over 70 shapes. Fits comfortably in the hand for hours of mind-challenging fun, stimulate the senses with unlimited creative possibility! Can you master the shape-shifting box?
  • Nothing compares to the quality & unique design of the shashibo, durably constructed of premium injection-mold plastic, 36 rare earth magnets, and a tear-proof, matte or high-gloss surface. Each magnetic puzzle features 4 unique, artistic patterns of vibrant, mesmerizing artwork, for an ever-changing array of beauty at your fingertips.
  • Collect & connect – with the strong internal magnet system of our fidget puzzle boxes, you can connect multiple magnetic cubes to build even larger structures and sculptures – for the ultimate satisfying magnetic fidget toy and brain teaser. Collect all 12 designs to create vibrantly patterned, spellbinding 3d art!
  • A transformational gift – our fidget magnet cubes make great sensory stimulation puzzle gifts and steam & stem toy gifts for all ages. With every satisfying click, our shape shifting puzzle box ’s calming, therapeutic effect soothes away stress & nerves. Try our gift box set of 4: the ultimate fidget toy set for loved ones to build killer extended structures!
  • At fun in motion toys, we create toys that stimulate the mind, body & imagination. Designed in the u.s. And germany, our award-winning magnet cube is made to challenge the senses and build skill & coordination and bring people together for hours of fun. Your happiness is our #1 goal! If you need any help with your shashibo transforming cube, our happiness engineers are standing by. Click our storefront to see our entire range of toys.
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Shashibo shape shifting box – award-winning details:

Product dimensions

2.28 x 2.28 x 2.28 inches

Item weight

4.2 ounces

Country of origin


Manufacturer recommended age

8 years and up



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What is it made of? Plastic? Paper? Wood?

Essentially it’s a bunch of hallow plastic triangles held together and hinged by the stickers. Stickers seem fairly durable but don’t expect it to hold up long with regular use. It’s the magnets that likely make this cost so much. Ok novelty item if on a deep sale but not worth anywhere near full price imo.

This one is so much more expensive than others….is this one better than the ones that cost $7.99 or $8.99?

The term ‘rare earth’ can be misleading, as some of these metals can be[3][4] as abundant in the earth’s crust as tin or lead,[5] but rare earth ores do not exist in seams (like coal or copper), so in any given cubic kilometre of crust they are ‘rare’. The major source is currently china.[6] some countries classify rare earth metals as strategically important,[7] and recent chinese export restrictions on these materials have led some to initiate research programs to develop strong magnets that do not require rare earth metals. It’s not a scam just because you don’t know something. I’ve bought one for each of my 3 kids and own several myself, they are solid quality and if you’re seeing the same product for $7.99-$8.99 it’s a cheep knock off. Absolutely worth the price.

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How about a boy who is in 9th grade and loves the rubics cube?

Yes — this cube is fascinating! Got it for my 23 year old and he loves it! Al he extended family wanted to play with it, flip it around, and make the designs. This is my new go to gift for engineers, techie folks, fidgeters, and well, anyone hard to buy for!

What are the dimensions of the box when not opened up into shapes?

As just a simple comparison, it’s roughly the size of a rubics cube. I was surprised at how small the cube is, but when opened and in its various shapes and in combination with other cubes, i’m very glad it is small! Anything larger would be definitely too big!

Will it summon the cenobites?

Only if manipulated into the correct formation and then reversed again after transformation. And only if you are deemed worthy of such a gift. If unsuccessful, you may spend eternity in hell. Good luck.

Can the magnets in shashibo be dangerous near phones, computers,other magnets?

Theoretically there could be some functional impact (such as a compass) if you put shashibo cube closed to your mobile phone. And the impact will disappear if you move the shashibo cube away.

We can tell you that after selling many hundreds of thousands of cubes we have not had reports of shashibo users having any of these problems.

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Would my 6 year old grandson be able to tear this apart?

Shashibo is very durable but it is recommended for ages 8 and up. Not because younger kids won’t love it, but because without adult supervision they could play too rough with it trying to force it into the shapes which does put unnecessary stress on the tear resistant stickers and strong adhesive which are not indestructible.

If an adult will be playing with them and supervising then it should be fine. By the way, adults love it as much as kids. 🙂

as you can see in many of the reviews for shashibo we find that grandparents often purchase it for a grandchild and end up bonding over it with their grandchildren and end up having one for themselves and even the parents. It is quit addictive. 🙂

it’s a great fun mental workout for young and old alike.

Thanks for asking.

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How many pieces do i get

You get one shashibo which can transform into over 70 geometric shapes.

You can also collect and connect multiples which makes the possibilities almost limitless

but a single shashibo is great by itself as you get familiar with playing with one. No matter what you can’t go wrong. 🙂

Is it normal for some sides to not be magnetic?

It seems like it. Some of my sides aren’t magnetic or aren’t as strong as others.

Is this going to open a portal into an alternate dimension like in the hellraiser movies?

I’m sorry but it didn’t. It is possible that a more experienced manipulator could have opened a portal or called forth demons…..but we are an elementary achool.

Is this made out of paper?

Shashibo is made of strong injection mold plastic, tear resistant stickers, 36 rare earth magnets and a little bit of magic.

But no paper.

Is it made out of paper?

Paper paper no, but when we first purchased one the person showing us how it worked told us not to be overly rough with it because it can rip. But to note, we’ve had ours for over a year and no problems. It was for my 12 year old boy and my 9 year old boy has played with it too.
It seems to be made with magnets, plastic and thick sticker type paper. I could definitely be wrong on the sticker paper but that what it looks like to me.
Hope this helps.

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Are the cubes in the set the same size as the individual cubes?

The cubes in the box set are the same size

Is this product harmful to clothes?

It hasn’t come off on any of my kids clothes when playing with it, but i don’t suggest throwing it with the laundry as that would probably destroy the actual toy.

Is this the next pet rock or what? Should i just save myself the hassle and buy a perplexus instead?

My son now owns three and takes them everywhere. He loves these. He’s 10.5 years old. We gave one as a gift, and the 11 year old lost it quickly and hasn’t cared. So it’s a toss up, i suppose, as to how engaging it’ll be from person to person. Hope this helps!

Just wondered if the karmagami is a genuine product by the shashibo company?

I don’t think so at all tears easily made our of cheap plastic

Is this a good gift for a 6 year old?

If your 6 year old likes a challenge, yes. There are so many different configurations possible it might be frustrating for him.

Is this product really as good as advertised?

All i can say is it kept my 8 year old grandson occupied for several hours and off of his electronics. He like making different figures and coming up with the different colors on it.

Where is it manufactured?

Designed in the us and germany and manufactured overseas according to the web site.

Is there a warranty for this?

Not that i saw

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What are our customers saying?

5Expert Score
Totally love this!

I ordered this on behalf of my daughter for my son’s 11th bday. The same night that he opened it and went to bed, i played with it and ordered this double set. This thing is so much fun and can keep you busy! I work from home and am in meetings all day and this helps to pass the time on calls where i don’t necessarily need to participate.
This is also good for fidgety folks.

5Expert Score
Expensive but worth it

I had one of these as a kid and rediscovered it recently at a friends’ house. My kids spent hours there playing with it and making different combinations, then begged for one when we got home. I was a little surprised at the price of $25 and was a little reluctant because i thought the novelty might have worn off from them playing at our friends. But nope! They eagerly awaited the delivery and have spent several more hours taking turns with it so far. I enjoy it too!

5Expert Score
Fun for kids! My niece and nephew loved it and kept fighting over this fidget.

My niece and nephew loved this gift. I got it for my nephews birthday- but they both loved it. My niece who is about a year and half older, she was a bit better at making the shapes and figuring out new shapes to make. My nephew still thought it was cool but had a hard time creating shapes.

5Expert Score
Kids love it

Purchased this for my 10 year old grandson and he loves it. I’m getting one for his 8 year old sister now. The colors are quite nice, it appears durable. My 4 year old grandson is a bit young for it though, because it takes some effort to open from the closed position. Once opened, creating different shapes is easy and fun.

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Grandson will be happy!

I purchased three cubes for multiple uses. My grandkids, kids i support at school, and myself!

They are super cool but pricy for a “fidget”, and you will want multiple to make the larger shapes. Took grandma a bit to put back to a “cube”. Wish they were a bit more cost effective because i would appreciate more!

5Expert Score
Great for active kids

I was looking for something for a child who is very active and has some challenges with attention. This was it! The child had so much fun with it and was engaged and focused for a long time. It is a great way to help active children relax and come down from the day

5Expert Score
This is an awesome fidget for my sped students.

My sped students love this fidget so much i ended up buying 4 in total. It has been dropped, only a few times thankfully, and it holds up. They love the different patterns and that they fit together to make other shapes.

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Entertaining for a bunch of man-children

One of the guys at work had one of these & my husband kept stealing it so i got him one too. This will entertain him for hours & makes him slightly less fidgety. He doesn’t know what he’s doing with it & can’t make all the shapes but he’s occupied.

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Kids love it!

Fully approved by 10 year olds! Kids love it and the shapes you can put it into. Plus they can be combined with others to make more unique shapes. Great for car rides. Perfect for a gift.

5Expert Score
This yr's stocking stuffers

Got these for this yrs stocking stuffers. They are ideal for this and i have tried one of them out already …. Gotta make sure they work – that’s my story and i’m sticking to it!
They are interesting as each side has different patterned paper.

4Expert Score
For idle hands and idle minds

Lately my assistant, clarance has developed a nasty habit of picking his nails. A common tic, to be sure, that comes over him in times of great stress. Sadly, most of everyday life causes the poor oaf to feel overwhelmed, so he’s been seen all over the manor tearing himself apart. Usually he at least has enough wits about him to recover any fallen trimmings, but the other week he left a scrap of himself in the conservatory. This is arguably the worst place in the manor for him to have forgotten himself, as it is the one place that lady radcliffe can, and i quote ‘feel at peace with this miserable charade that is her life.’ naturally, she flew into a rage wanting to know who to blame. Clarence fled and i had to save one of the gardeners from being attacked by the good lady and her trowel.

I purchased clarence this shashibo cube to keep his hands busy. Although it claims to be able to make 70 shapes, only about 20 of them are satisfying. Nevertheless, clarence found it to be a good outlet for his wandering anxiety. I myself have picked it up a time or two and i must say it’s quite satisfying to manipulate. Sadly, the same can’t be said about the trowel, which lady radcliffe buried in the hip of the gardener…i’m afraid my speed isn’t what it used to be. I let him off with the usual payment to keep such things quiet.

4Expert Score
It’s ok. Great for fidgety people.

I like that it can make so many different shapes. However we should have to wait and see how long it last. Smaller than i expected. Even so i am happy with my purchase and just like anyone else i would’ve liked to paid less. I wouldn’t say it’s worth $25. That’s just my opinion though. I think $15 would have been more appropriate to price at.

4Expert Score
Smaller than expected & a little pricey, but ok

Bought as a gift for an 11 yo boy, so haven’t used it yet. It arrived promptly and well-packaged. Looks interesting and nice, so i’m hoping the child will like it. Smaller than i expected at 2.5” each side; it looked bigger in the ad. Seems a little pricey (approximately $25) for what it is, but i’m hoping it is well-received by the child.

4Expert Score
Looks a little different

If i could have seen it in person, i would have probably still bought it but maybe not this particular one. To me it looks kind of worn. Not the vibrant colors it shows on my screen. That said, i think the person i’m giving it to will enjoy playing with it.

4Expert Score
Tougher to use than i expected.

I assumed this was just a slightly more complicated version of those infinity cubes, where you could continuously rotate it around and through itself until it eventually got back to the starting point again, and that where to go next with each step of the transformation would be obvious. Neither of these seem to be true. I do think it will become easier with time, but in the beginning you have to be very careful not to force the pieces in a way that might cause damage, and figuring out how to align two hinges so a part can be flipped to the next configuration isn’t always trivial. It’s an interesting toy, but not just something to fidget with, you need to pay attention to get it to do anything.

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'expensive but it's fun'

Pricey with its quality! Gift/buy it if the person has thinking personality otherwise waste of money! Everybody play video game but just less than 20% has understanding about the concept…lol

4Expert Score
Cool gift

My son was thrilled, keeps him occupied hours on end.

4Expert Score
Way smaller than i had thought

This item is cute and functional, and it makes a great stocking stuffer, but not a main present, as it’s way smaller than i had thought it would be.

4Expert Score
This is a neat toy that i keep picking back up.

Everyone that plays with this thing loves it. I thought my kids would ruin it because it seemed a little flimsy at first and they can be rough on equipment. As you can see it’s held up just fine and has taken no damage so far . If your not sure what it is that’s because it’s nothing you have seen before. It comes as a cube and you can make it change into all kinds of different shapes. Just a fun toy for all ages

4Expert Score
Great mind workout

It is hard to back to the original box shap

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