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Flashcubes and Magicubes
Flashcube Magicube

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Posted by freddo30 at 9:55 am (PDT) on Thu March 24, 2016   
Made excellent "radiation weapons" when playing with my plastic soldiers, easy to trigger ...
Posted by Duff at 8:57 pm (PDT) on Tue July 23, 2013   
I thought that Magicubes differed from flash cubes by having a built-in battery, but apparently I was wrong. According to Wikipedia, anyhow, they used some kind of chemical reaction.
Posted by GlenEllyn at 3:08 am (PDT) on Sun June 17, 2012   
We used a paperclip to poke in the little slot on the bottom of the cube, press the little wire and make it flash on its own. For some reason, our parents frowned on that activity.
Posted by AliKaplan at 11:47 am (PDT) on Tue April 10, 2012   
I have an Instamatic 100 n display in my house from when I was a kid, used the small blue flash bulbs.
Posted by Laura at 5:11 am (PST) on Thu February 23, 2012   
The first, and one of the best, cameras I ever owned was a Kodak that took a 126 film cartridge and flashcubes.
Posted by Former member at 12:55 am (PDT) on Mon May 17, 2010   
spin spin spin...

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