Kor Geomag lands in the UK

Aimed at children aged five and upwards, the Kor Geomag launch with seven products across two lines
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Swiss made magnetic construction toy Kor Geomag has landed in the UK.

Allowing kids to construct 'endless combinations', the new construction toy uses a system of 26 magnetic building blocks connected to a hollow metal sphere.

By adding covers, the toy takes on the shape of a rugby ball, which can then be twisted, turned and flipped to generate 'endless shapes'.

Aimed at children aged five and upwards, the Kor Geomag launch with seven products across two lines: Tazoo and Proteon.

With a range of accessories and character features in each line, the core product can be customised, personalised, deconstructed and reconstructed to take on the shape of a range of different creatures.

The Tazoo line allows children to create animals such as whales, fish, frogs, lizards and more. Meanwhile, the Proteon line enables kids to create primordial beasts armed with a range of weaponry.

Kor Geomag is now available at Harrods, Fenwicks department stores, independent toy stores across the country and online e-tailers such as Amazon, retailing from £25.

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