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Quercetti Quercetti Marble Run With Elevator


RRP: £55.49
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  • Create your own marble runs
  • Stimulates creativity and reasoning power
  • Set includes interlocking chutes, bridges, columns and spinning-wheels
  • Recommended for 5 years age and above
  • Includes 10 marbles
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Quercetti Quercetti Marble Run With Elevator + Cat's Eye Marbles - 50 in a bag + spares (against damage) + Quercetti Marble Run Maxi
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions8.9 x 36.8 x 44.4 cm
Batteries:2 AA batteries required.
Manufacturer recommended age:5 years and up
Item model numberQA6575
Educational Objective(s)Literacy & Spacial Awareness
Main Language(s)Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese
Number of Puzzle Pieces177
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?Yes
Batteries Included?No
Material Type(s)Plastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB000F4ELZ6
Best Sellers Rank 105,033 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2006
  
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Quercetti Motor Marble Run Set.
Create your own marble runs with this exciting construction set. Reproduce the models pictured on the box or enjoy experimenting with your own designs. Interlocking chutes, bridges, columns, spinning-wheels, spirals and funnels can be combined in infinite variations for long-lasting fun. This toy stimulates creativity and reasoning both of which are required to build impressive-looking structures with the correct angles of inclination. With the exciting elevator you can create endless cascades of marbles with mesmerizing visual effect.

Box Contains

6x Straight Tracks in 2 Colors
46x Pillars in 2 Colors
1x Funnel
3x Bases
2x Swirls
2x Strarting Gates
1x Strarting Gates Container
1x Engine with Transformer
2x Engine Supports
1x Chain with 58 Links and 10 Hooks
3x Gears in 2 Colors
20x Pieces and Joints for the Engine Pillar
10x Marbles
1x Instruction Manual with Examples

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By light VINE VOICE on 24 Oct. 2009
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I bought this to replace a much loved very durable and stable Galt marble run used by my older children when young. My youngest son (6) wanted a bigger marble run and liked one he had used at school which was wooden (quadrilla - i think). However it was priced at around £80 - outside my budget. So I went for this having read good things about quercetti and being attracted by its colour scheme and size. I had never actually seen one in real life though. My son was really excited opening the large box - he is a very good little engineer (builds Lego technic from plans without help and K'nex advanced sets etc. However, he found this tricky going - the plastic is quite flexible and he pushed it together a bit hard - which caused the structure to fall apart. My husband helped him in the end and got quite frustrated himself. When we constructed the elevator we just couldn't get the pick up hooks to lift the marbles and had to put them on by hand - although it did deposit them to fall down the run at the top. My son was disappointed and has only played with it twice since buying it almost a year ago. He had a friend around who touched it a bit roughly and it fell apart. Overall, not a good investment for us - I think a cheaper wooden one (or the smaller set of quadrilla) would have been better or just more boxes of our old Galt set.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Poodlehorse on 23 May 2009
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My little boy was and is thrilled with this toy and Marble Runs are clearly his thing. However, the pieces can be a bit tricky to push together and I have had to remove it from the playroom altogether when a friend was round as my son realises you have to be quite careful with it but it nearly got trashed a few times by his friend who couldn't seem to understand you can't lean on it even a little bit while playing. I chose this one because it was so much more colourful than the wooden options but I think they would have been a lot more stable. Still a fun toy but a bit flimsy and impossible to a young child to put together on their own - I felt I needed another arm to support it while I put the rest together, so help will be needed from an adult for younger children.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John on 20 May 2011
Building this on a carpet floor is problematical, and it is not a task to be undertaken by a child on his own as the light weight materials mean the constuction falls over readily. In addition, really the builder needs to be able to visualise the route that the marble will take to avoid the disappointment of having to start over.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Neil Roberts on 3 Jan. 2012
This was a disastrous Christmas purchase for our daughter. Limited instructions (pictures) and in the end the whole structure failed to marry up correctly and work. The mechanical lift would not align and therefore almost brought the whole thing down. Very unsturdy structure. Would recommend you consider an alternative.
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