"Magnets, Eh? How do they work?"
The dryly hilarious YouTube star Stuart Ashen provides an entertaining and very British look at Nanodots in his review. Mr. Ashen comes up a little short while attempting to build a cube at six minutes in, but ultimately triumphs by improvising a tiny handbag from the wreckage of his original creation. Steady on, Stuart!
"You can spend the rest of your life just fiddling with these things."
"This would be one of the finest gifts for dad you could probably get hold of."
The record holder of the largest magnetic sculpture was presented to Nano Magnetics in Hollywood California on January 14, 2011 in the GBK celebrity gift suite in honor of the Golden Globes.
The completed structure consisted of 550,000 individual Nanodots, and weighed over 600 Lbs!