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Tegu’s Blocks In Pastel Colors

Back in August 2010, Tegu painted its blocks in delicate pink, light green, turquoise, orange and yellow colors. All sets of gentle-colored Tegu:

Tegu's Blocks In Pastel Colors

9 thoughts on “Tegu’s Blocks In Pastel Colors

  1. It’s so pretty! πŸ™‚

  2. Very nice soft colors! Pleasing to look at.

    1. Too bad the price isn’t so nice πŸ™

  3. I wonder how you can hide magnets in cubes? ))))

    1. And in planks? :)))))

      1. It’s simple πŸ™‚ – all pieces are made of 2 halves, they fit to each other very finely and are varnished over. The seam is not easy to find, especially on cubes. Probably, this is why the price is high, and there are also considerable deductions to the forests of Honduras πŸ™‚ We use the cubes every week – we play them on the way to classes πŸ™‚ People turn their heads on it, but I have peace and silence for 30 minutes while youngest plays the cubes πŸ™‚ Now the youngest really wants Jungle cubes as well, but the price is really high.

        1. That’s pretty much what I assumed. And Honduras is lucky πŸ™‚

  4. Does anybody know if cubes have one large magnet in the middle, or a small ones on each side? Do the cubes only attract each other or can they push each other away contacted by some faces? :)))

    1. In the cubes there is only one magnet in the center. So there are sides with a plus, there are with a minus, you have to arrange them correctly. In the planks there are magnets along the edges, so 2 of them. And in long ones too, which is not very convenient, because nothing attaches to the center of the plate. But, in general, Tegu are interesting blocks and magnets are strong. A long plate magnetized to a metal bar, for example, can hold up to 5 cubes. And if you assemble a helicopter as in the photo, you can play it (not too aggressively), and most importantly – the propeller is spinning!

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