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66fit Anatomical Skeleton Model - 85cm - Medical Educational Training Aid
|Price:||£37.50 FREE UK delivery.|
- An economical teaching skeleton with full natural movement
- Bone Material: Washable PVC, Over 200 bones
- Removable calvarium
- Skeleton Height: 85cm
- Detailed enough to satisfy students, doctors or anyone interested in the human skeleton
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The 66fit 85cm Anatomical Human Skeleton is an economical educational teaching skeleton model with full natural movement mounted on a plastic stand.
User-friendly personality that will encourage people to learn the names of the bones.
Detailed enough to satisfy students, doctors or anyone interested in the human skeleton. Removable calvarium.
NOTE: The stand is located on the bottom of the carton when the outer white sleeve is removed.
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You can learn from this just as easily as with a full size model since it's anatomically correct and the parts are all large enough to see properly.
It's very easy to put together and took me less than 5 minutes from it arriving at the door - all you have to do is take it out of the box and put it on the stand and attach the lower limbs, no tools necessary. In terms of moving parts, you can move the model's mandible (it's on a spring - pull it down at let it click into place if it's dislodged), upper limbs (the radius and ulnar bones also move in pronation/supination), lower limbs and remove the skull cap. There's some slight movement of the head at the cervical spine (rotation). The hands and feet come as whole pieces without the individual bones but the bones have been molded so you can see them, you just can't move them. So unless you want something with hand/foot detail that can be moved at the hand/foot joints then this ought to be fine. The spine and scapula are static, but again, it doesn't hinder learning unless you really wanted to move them to visualize their movements. The detail in the molding is great to learn from (e.g. vertebral discs/spine of scapula) so the lack of movement is hardly a problem.
For the price you pay for this, it's a very good learning tool and if you want something with larger or with more moveable parts then the price you pay is going to reflect that. This is perfect for students with not much space or money!