Bionic Putty: Is It Better, Stronger, Faster?
Is Bionic Putty truly the "Six-Million-Dollar-Man" of putty? Is it better, stronger, faster?
This stuff is weird. It's sort of a liquid/solid hybrid that acts like... well, putty. It can be stretched, sculpted, bounced... liquefied... um... what?
Yeah. It melts like ice cream, according to The Tinmen, manufacturer of this strange product.
It comes in five colors (blue, green, orange, pink, and "glow in the dark"). Each of these is capable of changing color when played with. For example, the green putty changes to "toxic yellow."
Bionic Putty is non-toxic (though I seriously doubt anything good would come from eating it). It can be purchased in two sizes: a 25-gram tub or a nice, big industrial 100-gram tub.
I'm not so sure I would trust a substance like this on my face, however. That idea scares me a little.
So is it truly better than other putty toys out there? I'm not sure. But the melting aspect is quite a twist on your standard putty. And that may just give this toy the edge over the competition.
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SOURCE: The Tinmen
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