Science Museum Cosmic Jet Racer
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- Inflate the balloon, place the car on the road and let it go!
- Cosmic Jet Racer makes use of the third law of motion discovered by Isaac Newton in the 17th Century: "For every action on an object there is an equal, but opposite, reaction."
- Store energy in the form of an inflated balloon, and watch as it is converted into motion by the Cosmic Jet Racer
- Contains everything you need for hours of scientific play
- Suitable for children aged eight and over
- Each kit contains 2 super lightweight chassis, 8 wheels, 4 axles, 3 balloons, stickers and instructions along with fun facts
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Create your very own balloon-powered Jet Racers. Decorate them with the stickers provided and have races with your friends. Each kit contains 2 super lightweight chassis, 8 wheels, 4 axles, 3 balloons, stickers and instructions along with fun facts. Age 7+
Inflate the balloon, place the car on the road and let it go! The Cosmic Jet Racer makes use of the third law of motion discovered by Isaac Newton in the 17th Century: "For every action on an object there is an equal, but opposite, reaction." Store energy in the form of an inflated balloon, and watch as it is converted into motion by the Cosmic Jet Racer. Suitable for children aged eight and over. The Science Museum has been turning science into a thrilling learning experience for many years, and have added their special seal of approval to a limited range of toys that they believe support their mission and will engage children in all aspects of science and learning.
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Top Customer Reviews
My son loved it, especially that he could decorate it. Definately needs adult assistance a couple of bits are quite fiddly.
All in all a good stocking filler, that kept us busy for a couple of hours over the Christmas holidays.
The product is useless and we think the Science Museum name is just a product name and nothing to do with the Science Museum. It is a false marketing ploy to give the impression that it is made by the Science Museum.
I bought it at the end of Oct as a Christmas present and will be returning as it is not fit for purpose even if the extended 30 day return policy has run out. I will keep other potential purchasers informed as to my progress.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
hours of fun for the children! its still going strong too! Also good for introducing the children to experiments and physics!Published 6 months ago by Abzolutly
Very flimsy, would not recommend. Recently saw better ones in lakelandPublished 9 months ago by coconut
Bought as a present for pre-teen boys and they really had fun with it.Published 14 months ago by Kirsty
My grandson of 11loves these.this is worth the small price.brilliant.Published 15 months ago by mrs lynn johnson
Good stocking filler. Easy to put together, but breaks easy too. Wouldn't spend too much on it, bought in the black Friday sales.Published 17 months ago by DaveT
Not worth the money (and I got it in the lightning deals). You can pick up better (and cheaper) presents from shops on the high street. Wouldn't purchase similar again I'm afraid.Published 18 months ago by Wizadora
My son and husband have enjoyed the project of building and painting these. Like the old balloon racing cars.Published 18 months ago by Hugh De Brys