Choose & build 4 uniquely different marble roller coasters.
Embark on a visual hands-on experience with these 4 marble roller coasters, all inspired by art and architecture.
Marvel at engineering's work of art as you piece together all 233 wooden pieces to create the ultimate marble roller coaster!
Relive the good ol' days, get inspired and escape into the playful world of marble racers today.
You become the engineer - Learn how structures come to life, brick by brick. Every model is reverse engineered & deconstructed, so that you can become the engineer.
Be mesmerised by the continuous marble motion - Feel a sense of accomplishment every time marbles roll through your creation, leaving behind that familiar hum.
No additional tools required - Everything you need is found right in the box, simply unbox and dive into construction!
Hours of guaranteed fun - Time flies when you're having fun, and it'll be no different when you embark on this marble coaster construction.
Dimensions - 9.9" Length x 9.1" Width x 6.5" Height
Not sold in stores elsewhere.
233 x Precision Cut Wooden Pieces
10 x Steel ball marbles
1 x Instruction Manual
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This is totally cool. We got this for our college age son, who likes to build all sorts of various things. He loved this and it works very well once built. The way the "stairs" work to lift the balls back to the top is great.Here is a picture of my son's complete build.
I have spend hours building the roller coaster and just a tip of reminder- follow every instructions such as if you are ask to lubricate it/wax it,it is best if you follow it.This is to prevent issues from occurring after you complete the build. If you enjoy building as I do, then this is for you. I would definitely recommend this for anyone who enjoys a little challenge, and putting 3D puzzles together.
I bought this for my father. He likes puzzles and everything wood. He's pretty excited to try out something unusual. I like this as it will keep him busy and think he loves to show off his achievement. Very intricate and cool looking marble roller coaster.
The whole family enjoyed watching the assembly process and playing with it afterward. This will be going on our coffee table for visitors to enjoy. I told him I would get him another if he brought home an exceptional report card - I have never seen him work so hard!
This was my third kit and a fun build. Like most of their kits just take your time and really look at what your doing, some parts have to be put together in the right orientation to work properly. Just take your time and really look at the parts and the directions, some of the parts need to be sanded some need a little wax, double check everything before it's too late and you have to try getting the pieces apart without breaking them. I found the only tool I needed to help make these kits more fun to build was a small pair of flat sided nippers.Hoped this helped!
My brother and I built this in about 6 hours. After a few tweaks it runs great. All the pieces are very smooth. Love having it on my computer desk.
I really like the fact that you don't need to glue all the pieces together. With the pieces being laser cut, they fit together very snugly. The directions are very good so you don't have to be a mechanical engineer to put it together.
This was a great project! All the pieces were there and they fit well together, even the very tiny ones.
This was a great way to spend a few hours with my sons. This gave me the opportunity to explain gravity, gears, designs, machines, engines and many other concepts.
They liked it because it was something we were building together.
I had to build this in shifts. It can get tedious and let’s manage expectations, it isn’t a precision instrument. It’s also pretty inexpensive for what you get.