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Spinning Ferrofluid Desk Display

by RIZE

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  • Made in the USA: Opelika, AL
  • Materials: Non-toxic inert suspension liquid, non-toxic ferrofluid, anodized aluminum, glass, stainless steel, nickel, brushed aluminum
  • Includes: Ferrofluid-filled dome, aluminum base, and dual polarity handheld magnetic wand for interaction
  • Ferrofluid spins, rises and interacts with magnetic wand
  • Contains 7 ml of high-quality magnetic ferrofluid manufactured by Ferrotec
  • Non-toxic
  • Please note: Recommended for ages 16+ due to glass construction and strong magnets
  • Dimensions: 2.5” x 2.5” x 4.5”
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs

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Spinning Ferrofluid Desk Display

by RIZE

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This Made in the USA Ferrofluid desk toy brings space age science into your home or office—in the most visually appealing way. Ferrofluid was originally created by NASA as a zero-gravity, rocket fuel prototype that responds to magnetic fields. When you place the sculpture on its magnetic base, the fluid spirals, spins, and spikes, creating mesmerizing (and calming) effects.
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RIZE encapsulates NASA-invented, prototype rocket fuel into a handmade Ferrofluid desk toy that is mesmerizing to watch. When the Ferrofluid inside the sculpture comes in contact with magnetic fields, it creates a hypnotic visual display that is equal parts eye-catching and calming to watch.

The Ferrofluid inside was invented by NASA in the mid-1900s as a new type of rocket fuel that can be pulled into a spacecraft in zero gravity by using just magnets. The same principal is in action here. When you place the sculpture on its magnetic base, the fluid rises up, spins, spikes, and creates surreal patterns and textures.

Watching the fluid is unlike anything we’ve seen, and there’s a meditative quality to it, too, that makes this piece truly out of this world.