Coordination Game - Mini Red/Blue Asst Case of 12

Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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Grandkids Love This

6/26/2019 by Peter

Our grandchildren have a good deal of fun with this toy.


Poor Packaging

12/28/2018 by Jo Lynn

The toy is fun but the packaging is totally ridiculous! No way a child can open this.


Fun toy

6/26/2019 by Marivel

Its a fun toy but it came off from the handle.


Fun but broke

2/14/2019 by Stacy

I bought several of these for my son and nephews for our Thanksgiving festivities. All enjoyed playing with them, the 3 year old, 12, 14, and adults alike! However my 3 year old broke the top off of his the next day and I couldn’t get it to stay on after that.


Handle Came Off

11/19/2018 by Connie

The blue mini I purchased came unscrewed from the handle after one day. I did screw it back in but it came undone again and was to loose after that to use.


Not very durable

3/30/2020 by Charlotte

I purchased this one and two wooden ones for grandchildren. This one did not last long before coming apart. Wooden ones are still going strong.


Fun but....

7/2/2019 by AL

It broke within an hour....


Too Easy

1/4/2019 by b

I think the "game" is too easy. I thought it would be fun to have around the Christmas tree for all to try, but its just tooooo easy; cant hold attention for more than a few minutes before it's been "done" - just not much of a challenge for adults or adolescents. I was intrigued by the video, so I got two of them and that didn't help - even working with two at a time is still too easy. Its well made, but a disappointment. Perhaps the age group should be limited to young children only. honestly, if the packaging wasn't such a nightmare to get into, I would send them back.


Poorly constructed

11/16/2018 by Richard

The Grandkids enjoyed the first one - lasted about an hour until the magnets fell out - the second one was bent out of shape and never worked right out of the box

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The TrueBalance Story

TrueBalance | Coordination Game

Challenge At Hand

TrueBalance and TrueChallenge put the balancing, twisting fun in your hands. And once you pick up one of these puzzle-meets-toys, you won’t want to put it down.

Makers Henrik Deterberg and his daughter Linea invented TrueBalance as a rehabilitative tool for folks recovering from brain injuries and strokes. While it did the job of working fine motor skills, the Deterberg’s learned others were simply playing with it for fun. The handheld balancing toy-meets-brain teaser is endlessly fun. The objective is to get the rotating magnetic discs to stack up. Sounds easy, but as we learned, it's
not—which makes playing with it so engaging. Instead of stacking, TrueChallenge is all about spinning. This handheld puzzle toy was originally invented by a rocket scientist and harnesses the attraction and repulsion of magnets. Twist and turn it to get all magnetic pieces to attract. It’s as challenging as it is captivating, and will keep kids (and some adults) busy trying to solve it. Read More Read Less