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Fat Brain Squigz 24 Piece Starter Set

Fat Brain Squigz 24 Piece Starter Set

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Product Description


Apply pressure to two Squigz. Air rushes out and the fun rushes in!

Connecting to each other and to any solid, non-porous surface - Squigz are a species all their own. They flex. They stick. They suck people into creativity.

Once they take hold, it takes some pull to separate them. When Squigz POP! in protest - you'll have to admit... your hands and ears are shamelessly delighted!

They are flexible fellows and committed joiners. Squigz and fellow Squigz have one chief enterprise - creating things. Willingly, they assemble to become rockets, vehicles, a cushion for the cat, jewelry... they thrill in uniting as a ginormous octopus or squid.

Squigz are scientific sorts - always up for playful experimentation and defying gravity - sticking to bathtubs, windows, school lockers, tabletops, and office desktops. (And they are mannerly guests too - never leaving a trace of their presence.)

Playful curiosity. It's a whole new gig - thanks to Squigz.


  • Starter Set = 24 Pieces
  • A lively toy innovation - new Suction Construction!
  • Encourages creativity, fine motor skills, interaction, playful experimentation
  • Provides relaxation and sensory stimulation
  • Pieces connect easily and POP! apart
  • Gratifying fun for bathtub, walls, windows, school lockers, tabletops, desktops
  • Flexible, pleasantly pliable
  • Generously-sized components
  • Eight different, versatile shapes
  • High quality silicone rubber
  • Leaves no residue or marks on surfaces
  • Enjoyment for a wide range of ages
  • Made of 100% silicone (BPA-free, latex-free)

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Rated 3 out of 5
Fun but not creative
I bought a starter kit of Squigz for my 3 year old grandson. Initially, he checked out what surfaces he could stick them onto. When he started building with them, he found it difficult, as there were not enough multi-cup connectors to make his usual tall edifice. After several attempts, he lost interest. Since the initial kit cost $25, i am not sure I want to spend more money on buying additional pieces. I think I will put them away for a while and try them again in a few months.
October 26, 2021
1 month ago