(Oidz) 2 smooth magnets which make noises when they connect £3 + delivery @ The Toy Shop - were £10 - HotUKDeals
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(Oidz) 2 smooth magnets which make noises when they connect £3.00 + delivery @ The Toy Shop - were £10

£3.00 @ TheToyShop.com (The Entertainer)
Delivery £3.95 Can you make the Oidz noise? Semi precious, hematite precision polished and lazer etched to create the Oidz magnet! 2 smooth magnets which make noises when they connect. Throw them … Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Delivery £3.95
Can you make the Oidz noise?
Semi precious, hematite precision polished and lazer etched to create the Oidz magnet!
2 smooth magnets which make noises when they connect. Throw them up gently in the air together and they'll be drawn together by their magnetism which will then make noise!
Pick up magnetic items or make the other magnet move with these fun magnet Oidz!
Age: 8 years +
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#1
my daughter has some of these...she got them from the pound shop, cold from me
#2
Couldnt you just tap your fingers and hum a bit?
Would save three quid! :thumbsup:
#3
quite unnecessary, sorry, cold from me ;-)
#4
Brings back memories of Magaluf and everyone were trying to flog these for a few euros each.
#5
I stupidly paid a tenner for these when they 1st came out a few yrs ago,kids got hold of them and put them on the t.v and ot ****** it up so beware if buying lol
#6
mosskeeto
Couldnt you just tap your fingers and hum a bit?
Would save three quid! :thumbsup:


Love it lmao!:thumbsup:
#7
Can't see what the "attraction" is with magnets? They look pretty. Not for me....sorry. but heat added. Someone might find a use for them. :)
#8
On street markets for £1, my little lad got so a few weeks ago.
#9
superstar
my daughter has some of these...she got them from the pound shop, cold from me


Same here except I'm not voting hot or cold. Don't see any point now.
#10
fletchy79
I stupidly paid a tenner for these when they 1st came out a few yrs ago,kids got hold of them and put them on the t.v and ot ****** it up so beware if buying lol


Ha! I did the same thing. I had a huge green splodge in the corner of my TV.
#11
pedroman
On street markets for £1, my little lad got so a few weeks ago.


you pay for what you get ..... those £1 ones will prob have half the strength of the oidz.
original oidz literally jump out your hands when you move them closer together and they make a great noise . so i think £3 not such a bad deal .
#12
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Ignorant Pom
Ha! I did the same thing. I had a huge green splodge in the corner of my TV.


Hahahaha yeah yeah any excuse for a new 42 inch tv eh ! lol
#13
Ignorant Pom
Ha! I did the same thing. I had a huge green splodge in the corner of my TV.


This should only affect old fashioned CRT tellys, the shadowmask has become magnetised. It should wear off after a while because the tube has a degaussing ring that fires for a few seconds when the telly is first switched on. If not then 5 seconds with a degaussing stick would fix it. I knew a TV engineer who charged a fortune for this service. Flat panels put a stop to all that though.

I like these magnets, for a bit of fun. There are many things that I don't see the point of, it takes all sorts. This is the kind of thing people pick up on holiday, good for a laugh and kids have fun with them.
#14
Don't know how big these magnets are, but just a thought . . . . . . .

http://www.supernanny.com/Advice/-/Your-baby/-/Health-and-safety/Magnet-danger-in-toys.aspx
#15
if you buy these be very careful not to put them near ANYTHING electrical

Oidz are highly magnetic. For your safety, always keep the Oidz at least 50cm from electronic equipment that may be sensitive to magnets such as tv's, hard disks, pacemakers, credit cards, computers and lap tops as well as any other magnetic devices (such as magnetic storage media

and small children
Warning! This toy contains magnets or magnetic components. Magnets sticking together or becoming attached to a metallic object inside the human body can cause serious or fatal injury. Seek immediate medical help if magnets are swallowed or inhaled.
#16
Biffo the Bear
Don't know how big these magnets are, but just a thought . . . . . . .

http://www.supernanny.com/Advice/-/Your-baby/-/Health-and-safety/Magnet-danger-in-toys.aspx


These are about as big as a childs thumb. The magnet swallowing problem applies mostly to the tiny rare earth magnets that are about as big as a 5p and REALLY powerful and can pinch your skin when they stick together, they snap together so hard sometimes they shatter themselves.

These Oids have got a curved shape so it would be hard to get pinched.
#17
cadmus
you pay for what you get ..... those £1 ones will prob have half the strength of the oidz.
original oidz literally jump out your hands when you move them closer together and they make a great noise . so i think £3 not such a bad deal .


Not so in the case of these, had both genuine Oidz and the pound ones, you cannot tell the difference, lets be honest £10 for 2 magnets was always extreme.
#18
androoski
These are about as big as a childs thumb. The magnet swallowing problem applies mostly to the tiny rare earth magnets that are about as big as a 5p and REALLY powerful and can pinch your skin when they stick together, they snap together so hard sometimes they shatter themselves.

These Oids have got a curved shape so it would be hard to get pinched.

Shouldn't be a problem, just get a big magnet and draw it down the child body to its bum and bingo! :whistling:
#19
Oidz are too big for any child under 9 to swallow... they'd be in more danger of choking. And they could as easily choke on a Lego brick, so Oidz aren't much more dangerous. As for whether these are a bargain... the novelty wears off pretty quick. They are just a pair of magnets after all. Kids would get more fun from those cool flies on magnets you used to get, where another magnet under the table would make them creep about like the real thing...
#20
Safety concerns don't always make good arguments in hotukdeals, but still cold from me. Saw them for a pound only a couple hours ago in the market. They are also really annoying.
#21
cadmus
you pay for what you get ..... those £1 ones will prob have half the strength of the oidz.
original oidz literally jump out your hands when you move them closer together and they make a great noise . so i think £3 not such a bad deal .


yep. exactly the same as what my pound ones do, but hey, don't let me stop you from paying treble the price for the name "oidz"

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