Yes, Connetix are compatible with leading magnetic tile brands, however our tiles contain stronger magnets than most so other tiles may not hold together as strongly.

We recommend using a damp cloth without chemicals to clean your tiles. We don’t recommend placing them in water as the magnets may rust.
Connetix are made in China from non-toxic, BPA and phthalate free ABS food-grade plastic. Our products undertake regular safety and quality control testing.
Although all of our tiles are ultrasonically welded and include rivets for extra safety, your safety is paramount to us and so we recommend from 3 years & up.

If you purchased from an authorized representative, please contact that retailer for assistance.

If you purchased direct, please contact us a [email protected]

Please contact us at [email protected] for further information about our educator discounts.

OUR COMMITMENT TO SAFETY

  1. All of our magnets are safely secured inside each tile using ultrasonic welding & rivets
  2. All of our products are tested regularly and meet the following consumer toy safety standards:

BPA Free

Our factory passes BSCI test standards for employment conditions

Australia/New Zealand

AS/ NZS 8124.2: 2016 Safety of toys – Part 2: Flammability

AS/ NZS ISO 8124.1: 2019 Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties

AS/NZS 8124.3: 2012 and Amendment 1: 2016 Migration of certain elements

Australian Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (ACCA) – Consumer Protection Notice

No. 11 of 2011: DEHP content

 

United States

ASTM F963- 17. Mechanical and physical, Flammability on solids and soft toys

ASTM F963- 17 Sect 4.3.5.1 and 4.3.5.2: Soluble heavy metal; Sect. 4.3.5.2 and CPSIA Sect. 101: Total lead content in substrate materials

CPSIA Sect 103

CPSIA Sect 103: Section 108 as amended by 16 CFR 1307: Phthalates

California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (CA Prop 65): DEHP, BBP, DBP, DIOP, DnHP content

 

Canada

Canada Consumer Product Safety Act Toys Regulations SOR/2011-17 with amendments

– Flammability Tests

– Physical and Mechanical Tests

Canada Toys Regulations SOR/2011-17 and amendment regulation SOR/2016195, Section 23, Specific substances in surface coatings

Canada Consumer Products Containing Lead Regulations SOR/2018-83

Canada Phthalate Regulations SOR/2016-188

 

Europe

EN 71-1 :2014+A1 :2018 Mechanical and physical properties

2009/48/EC CE marking

2009/48/EC Labelling Requirement

EN 71-2:2011+41:2014 Flammability

EN 71-3:2019 Migration of 19 Elements

Commission Directive (EU) 2019/1922, amendment of Directive 2009/48/EC, Migration of Aluminum

REACH regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 and amendment no. 552/2009 Annex

XVII entries 51 and 52: Phthalates

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