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Levitron Revolution World Stage, Magnet Toys Are Awesome!!

by P. Blandino
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Okay, honestly this is the best item for sale on ThinkGeek to date. The Levitron Revolution World Stage comes with a globe that hovers with the power of MAGNETS! Aren’t magnets cool? If you get tired of the floating globe you can open up the globe, remove the magnet disc and use that to make other things float in the air (maximum capacity 3 oz)!

Levitron Revolution World Stage

The whole kit comes with an AC powered base with 8 blue LED lights, so you can see your laws defying creation in the dark! And the globe with the removable magnetic disc. This action shot from ThinkGeek is just awesome, I’m still convinced that its Photoshopped. But I want to believe it.

The Levitron Revolution World Stage can be purchased for $99.99 (USD) on ThinkGeek. So what would you make float? I’m thinking of a ninja turtle on a hover board.




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