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STEAM STUDIO Magnetic Tiles Marble Run 100 pcs Set, Rivet Secured Rainbow Colour Tiles with Clear Tubes, Building & Construction Toys for Open-Ended Play

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  • STEAM Studio's magnetic ball run feature rainbow colour magnetic tiles and wooden balls with CLEAR tubes for children to see the balls zoom through the run. The magnets inside STEAM Studio’s Magnetic Tiles are strong which allows your children to build tall structures and buildings that do not collapse easily.
  • As an open-ended quality toy, STEAM Studio’s magnetic tiles & ball run will grow with your child as they learn, and their play becomes more complex. With so many tubes included, this set is a great combination to our 36pc expansion pack or a full 110pc set to take your magnetic building creations to the next level.
  • STEAM Studio's magnetic tiles are secured with Rivets that significantly reduces the risks of exposing small magnets to children and last much longer for heavy use, compared to other brands of magnetic tiles that do not have rivets as a safety feature. Our magnetic tiles are certified to the newest Australian Safety Standard on Children’s toy containing magnets, which was released in 2020.
  • Our easy-to-handle magnetic tiles and ball run tubes are completely safe for children to enjoy, as they’re made with food-grade ABS plastic that’s BPA-free and contains no latex or phthalates. They’re also durable enough to withstand years of imaginative creativity, whether children play inside or outside.
  • We recommend adult companion for children ages 3-5 as the plastic tubes and magnetic tiles require some dexterity to connect. Children age 5+ can generally manage the pieces alone while having fun.

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Magnetic tiles Magnetic tiles Magnetic tiles Magnetic tiles Magnetic Tiles Marble Run Magnetic TIles 68pcs
Magnetic Tiles 71pcs Set Magnetic Tiles 120pcs Set Star Magnetic Tiles 110pcs Set Star Magnetic Tiles 36pcs Expansion Set Magnetic Ball Run 100pcs Set Star Magnetic Tiles 68pcs Set
Number of Pieces 71 pcs including 1 car base 120 pcs including 2 car bases 110 pcs including 1 car base 36 pcs small squares 30 tiles + 64 tubes + 6 wooden balls 68 pcs Pastel and Ice set
Design/Structure Classic reinforcement lattice/flat surface Classic reinforcement lattice/flat surface Unique star facets design Unique star facets design Connector tiles and clear tubes Unique star facets design
Magnets Size/Strength Standard size/Strong Standard size/Strong Bigger Magnets/Stronger Bigger Magnets/Stronger Bigger Magnets/Stronger Bigger Magnets/Stronger
Non-toxic ABS Plastic
Rivets for Extra Safety
Ultrasonic Welding
Bright Colours Bright colour tiles and wooden balls with clear tubes Pastel and Clear colours
Product Range Classic Classic Premium Premium Premium Premium
Mfg Recommended age ‎3 year and up ‎3 year and up ‎3 year and up ‎3 year and up ‎3 year and up; adult companion recommended for children ages 3-5 ‎3 year and up
Can Large Isosceles Triangles Form a Full Circle/Decagon? - - - -

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Reviewed in Australia on 2 July 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars Mostly great, few minor issues.
By Amazon Customer on 2 July 2021
Our kid loves these magnet tiles and all our previous tiles were from the cheaper Anko brand at a well known K store. I liked the idea of the tubes with this set and wasn't opposed to some premium tiles.

First, they are compatible (photo included), they are almost identical in shape and the magnet positions are close enough. So you can mix and match just fine. They are however, ever so slightly taller, like maybe 1mm or less, it doesn't usually cause any issue, you can have some slight slants with towers but these tiles have never been all too straight anyway.

Now are they worth the extra money? Maybe...just because of the thicker magnets. They seem to create a more secure, stronger connection between tiles and they weigh a little bit more, which also seems to help with the sturdy feeling. I've noticed they buckle less under weight from above tiles.

Other than that, I didn't feel the differences mattered. The "rivet secured" just looks a bit more stylish but I've never had the generic brand break, not a single tile and my kids body slam towers. So I'm not sure those rivets matter much.

Now on to the tubes!


You get a lot of them, definitely more than this set needs, so it's great they're thinking about usage with other tile sets. This singular box you can create a lot of different creations. What's really great, is you can mix the generic brand in for the "bulk" of the build, as you only need the special connector tiles for the tubes.

When you do this, you can really make some impressively large structures, you won't run out of tubes quickly.

Also while the start of your build will be a bit unstable and shaky, once you get going you can see in my photos a single tile can really take a lot of height and weight on top of it. The structure becomes quite rigid and strong as you build.

The shapes of tubes are also well thought out and the "drop zone" piece (the large bowl like piece) has a nice little detail where it's angled in a way that the balls spin and spin around the bowl, slowly getting to the middle hole. Excellent detail and a bit of extra fun!


The connection between tube and tile is...not the best. First it's extremely hard for a kid to do this by themselves, you need to apply a lot of force to get it to "click" and you also need to apply it rather precisely from the bottom of the tube. "Pushing" a tube straight in the tile rarely works, even if you push quite hard, it just doesn't click well like this.

You need to get your thumbs and rather precisely apply pressure directly at the point of connection. Really not easy for kids to get and it didn't happen in this house, though I appreciate kids come with all different strengths and abilities. But it's also the first building component my kids have struggled with, we play with a lot of this construction stuff.

Another issue is we had more than one dud tile or tube. That is, they simply don't hold a connection at all, either the tile is faulty or the little extra piece of plastic on the tube connector isn't quite right or the tab is perhaps not right? I'm not sure but I do know, a good 5 pieces (maybe more, I didn't test every piece as a connector) are simply not usable, no amount of attempts will get them to click together. It's not a massive deal, as you can just use those tiles for structure rather than connection, so they're not worthless and as I mentioned you get plenty of tubes.

But that does make me worry about the longevity of the tubes and tiles holding a connection. I feel like there is potential for them to wear down over time and stop connecting strongly. There's no leeway here, without a strong connection, they will just fall over.

So here comes my biggest gripe! In a magnet set, why not have designed it so the tubes are also magnetic? And everything just snaps together! If the tubes were all whole pieces with a full faced square on the ends, you could simply magnetically snap everything together!

Another (very) minor gripe, is the bowl shaped piece I mentioned, it would be great to be able to utilise in the middle of a build, not just the start or end. As the spin effect is really neat and is good way to slow the ball down and give the whole build more "ball time". I have a photo of our attempt to do this but as you can see, the length of the plastic is slightly too long, so your next tile over won't align. A missed opportunity in my eyes.


Still a great toy and still a lot of fun. Once you have something built, the kids will have a great time sending the balls down and then thinking of new ways for it travel. Because they couldn't directly connect, I just engaged my kids by having them be in charge of deciding how everything goes and also asking them what tubes they'd need to make it happen. I really just did the final "click".

So still lots of puzzle solving and challenges there and they overall still really enjoyed it, despite not being able to build the connections. Of course they can still assist in building other structures and there's a lot of bulk snaps to make. We played for 2hrs straight the first go and I'm positive I'll have more requests to get this set out.

Thanks for sticking out with my verbose review :) Hope it helped and I think you'll be fine grabbing this set to expand any (or start a new) magnet collection.

I'll definitely be keeping an eye for new expansion sets to these tubes and hope they can create more innovative tube ideas to create more excitement in the middle of the builds.
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Reviewed in Australia on 27 October 2021
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Reviewed in Australia on 15 July 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars So much fun!
By Mumof1 on 15 July 2021
Bought this for my 4 year old daughter but have been playing with it more than her! The clear tubes fit well and are easy to snap in without worrying about destroying the structure. It’s good fun but definitely need to have another tile set to combine if you want to make a more elaborate maze.
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Reviewed in Australia on 12 January 2022
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing quality. At par with more expensive brands!
By Rkr on 12 January 2022
Never buying the expensive brands again. This set is exactly the same quality, feel and strength with the added great value!
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Reviewed in Australia on 21 September 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars budget friendly good quality
By raising.Ashley.Rose on 21 September 2021
This is our first ever ball run and it didn't disappoint. It's budget friendly and the magnetic tiles are sturdy and have good grip. My 3 yo loves it. So many play ideas possible.
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