216Pcs 5mm Sliver DIY Neocube Magic Beads Magnetic Balls Puzzle £7.16 @ Banggood
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216Pcs 5mm Sliver DIY Neocube Magic Beads Magnetic Balls Puzzle £7.16 @ Banggood

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Found 1st Sep 2017
216Pcs 5mm Sliver DIY Neocube Magic Beads Magnetic Balls Puzzle was £11.14 down to £7.16. Is a creative and unique toy for kids.

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Adopting reliable magnet material, it is non-toxic and harmless


Creative and hot puzzle toy for enhancing assembly ability


Improve intelligence, imagination and creativity


Great decoration for your bedroom


It is easy to assemble without the need for special tools


A creative toy with strong magnetic ability which makes it possible to compose hundreds of geometric patterns


Full of high entertainment and creativity
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> Is a creative and unique toy for kids


err no, its highly dangerous to have around children. Swallowing them can cause serious injury or death.
"non toxic and harmless" until your little one decides to swallow a few.....

Rare earth magnets consist of alloys of neodymium, iron, boron, or samarium cobalt and are at least 5-10 times stronger than traditional iron magnets. Due to their powerful attractive force, an ingested neodymium magnet is capable of repositioning intestines and finding another magnet or piece of metal through up to 6 layers of bowel wall leading to serious consequences such as ulceration, necrosis, perforation, fistulae, volvulus, obstruction, and peritonitis.

These should be avoided if you have any under 3's or older accident prone children!
And nice to see we are still using rare and precioius materials to make slightly amusing yet useless toys.
Right, where's my helium tank. Forget about the hospitals, I want my balloons to float amusingly for a few days.
fireman130 m ago

And nice to see we are still using rare and precioius materials to make …And nice to see we are still using rare and precioius materials to make slightly amusing yet useless toys.Right, where's my helium tank. Forget about the hospitals, I want my balloons to float amusingly for a few days.

I agree but just so you know, helium used for balloons and other commercial uses is actually the waste product from hospitals. No "medical grade" helium is used for balloons, it would be waayyyyyy too expensive!
Novelty cake decorations?
japes5 h, 31 m ago

I agree but just so you know, helium used for balloons and other …I agree but just so you know, helium used for balloons and other commercial uses is actually the waste product from hospitals. No "medical grade" helium is used for balloons, it would be waayyyyyy too expensive!

Have you been chatting to a politician down the pub? So the waste from helium use is helium? And what is taken out of the helium to leave a waste product? (Which happens to be helium??)
fireman143 m ago

Have you been chatting to a politician down the pub? So the waste from …Have you been chatting to a politician down the pub? So the waste from helium use is helium? And what is taken out of the helium to leave a waste product? (Which happens to be helium??)

Google is your friend here as you don't want to believe me
japes8 m ago

Google is your friend here as you don't want to believe me


I've read several items on helium use before, discussing whether helium should be used for balloons because of declining supplies, not one has mentioned it 'is waste product from hospital'. It's not that I don't want to believe you, it's that I want more evidence than 'Google is your friend' to disprove several articles on the subject.

If it could just be described as 'waste product from hospitals', we would be questioning why we let children breathe it in.
japes7 h, 5 m ago

I agree but just so you know, helium used for balloons and other …I agree but just so you know, helium used for balloons and other commercial uses is actually the waste product from hospitals. No "medical grade" helium is used for balloons, it would be waayyyyyy too expensive!


I was under the impression that "waste" helium is easily purified and can be reused rather than wasted in balloons.
Edited by: "melted" 1st Sep 2017
japes3 h, 21 m ago

Google is your friend here as you don't want to believe me

Normally when somebody says that they are pretty confident of their facts and I would expect a ream of articles proving me wrong.
In this case the entire first page of googling 'waste helium' comes up with multiple articles from many reliable sources relating to finite helium supplies being wasted, mainly on balloons.
Care to point me in the right direction?
Edited by: "fireman1" 1st Sep 2017
fireman125 m ago

Normally when somebody says that they are pretty confident of their facts …Normally when somebody says that they are pretty confident of their facts and I would expect a ream of articles proving me wrong.In this case the entire first page of googling 'waste helium' comes up with multiple articles from many reliable sources relating to finite helium supplies being wasted, mainly on balloons.Care to point me in the right direction?

Search "Balloon gas" or "recycled helium".
The helium in balloons contains other gasses due to contamination during use and is prohibitively expensive to remove. Medical use requires pure helium.
Why would anyone use an expensive gas to fill balloons when a 'waste' product can be used?
japes1 h, 36 m ago

Search "Balloon gas" or "recycled helium".The helium in balloons contains …Search "Balloon gas" or "recycled helium".The helium in balloons contains other gasses due to contamination during use and is prohibitively expensive to remove. Medical use requires pure helium.Why would anyone use an expensive gas to fill balloons when a 'waste' product can be used?


Helium is separated and purified from natural gas, co2 and various other contaminates in the first place.

I understood that the problem was caused by the US selling off dumping their huge helium reserves on the market, making it cheaper to buy pure helium, than recycle.


Some people do find it economic to recycle though:- quantum-technology.com/pur…tml
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