You can also order "Magic Edges" on Amazon. So far, we are available only on Amazon in the United States and Canada. Therefore, delivery will be from the US, but with Amazon fares. Amazon warranties protect you.
We have shipped our products worldwide, including European countries. Sample order to the Italian school. - 80 kits of "Magic Edges." The cost of 80 x $8.99 = $719 - delivery in Milan, Italy. Weight of packing: 8 kg (or 2.3 lb) Choice of the carrier: - Russian Post standard = $ 33 (about 30-40 days) - Russian Post aviation = $ 37 (about 14 days) - EMS-Russian post = $ 56 (about 4-9 days) - DHL = $ 330 (about 2 days) How does it work? 1. You choose the sets of "Magic Edges." 2. We weigh and calculate the cost 3. We inform you of the amount for the sets and the amount for delivery 4. You choose the carrier and inform us 5. You pay by PayPal 6. We will send you an order
If you search Google for "magic edges download," you might find some forum where unknown people offer a link to a file with the extension *.exe, but as soon as you download this file, it turns out that it is infected with a virus. You can download a drawing of the nets directly on our website polyhedr.com, but you need to print it on good color paper after download it. And if you want all the faces of polyhedrons to be different colors, you need to buy several colored paper types. Next, you need to cut and bend all the edges carefully. The question is, why go through all that hassle? Instead, you can order a set for assembling the polyhedra “Magic Edges #12,” where there are nets for all five regular polyhedrons at once. For a total of $8.99, you get reamers for the assembly of five Platonic solids made on thick colored paper and have already been marked and folded. The colored paper is coated with a protective lacquer, making it easy to remove glue residue without damaging the colored edges, each painted in a different color.
Nothing prevents you from enjoying the assembly of these truly perfect geometric solids!
What sets to buy for children at the beginning, depending on age?
We recommend starting the assembly of polyhedra from simple to complex models.
If you have children of different ages, you can consider the following options: - from 6 to 9 years old - issue No. 12 or No. 18; - from 9 to 12 years old - issue number 25 or number 32; - from 12 to 16 years old - issue number 28 or number 31.
Of course, your kids can handle more complex models as well.
But which is better? Is Dad finishing the model late at night? Or allow starting simple and bringing the assembly to complete yourself.