Quercetti Quercetti Marble Run With Elevator
- 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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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.
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Top Customer Reviews
I wanted the marble run with the motorised elevator so I could test out an adapter box I've built to allow kids who use big button switches to operate it. It works well and we've decided to add it to our catalogue of special needs toys.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have the bigger version of this with also the same lift. It came with plastic balls, smaller than a standard marble and much lighter too. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A User
Although i didnt buy from amazon this product is tricky. Id built the whole thing for the motor not to work. A very disappointed son .Published 15 months ago by Kerry Elen Scott
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. Read morePublished on 3 Jan. 2012 by Neil Roberts
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. Read morePublished on 20 May 2011 by John