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September 11, 2012


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While I like the concept, it has many things against it: small magnets, high prices, techie/hard to understand. I don't think this has legs on the shelf. Not to mention - imagine the testing costs on these components!

Peter Gasca

I love it! I can't say I disagree about the comments about safety testing, especially after the Bucky Ball fiasco, but one can always hope that our society will come to its senses and see that when we take responsibility, innovations like littleBits is a result! Can't wait to buy a set ... uh, and maybe one for my kids as well.

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