Quercetti Rollercoaster 150 pc Marble Run

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With the Quercetti 150 pc Skyrail Rollercoaster you can build the longest marble runs in the world, spanning up to 9 yards long.
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Skills

Principles of Mechanics and Physics, Building Skills, Manipulative Skills, Concentration
SKUw-ip-qa6430
Recommended Age6 years
Our Recommended Age 7 years,8 years,9 years,10 years+
Brand Quercetti
Quantity Available53
UPC Code8007905064306
Dimensions of Box14.7" x 2.3" x 13.25"
Made inItaly
Part Numberqa6430
Weight2.42 lb

Warning. Choking Hazard. WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Description of Quercetti Rollercoaster 150 pc Marble Run

With the Quercetti Rollercoaster 150 pc Marble Run you can build the longest marble runs in the world, spanning up to 9 yards long, spectacular aerial pathways that will be the main attraction of your room. The mini tracks can be assembled in many different ways: some are illustrated in the enclosed in the enclosed manual, but you can invent many other ones freely expressing your creativity. With Quercetti Rollercoaster 150 pc Marble Run marbles don't travel only downward at constant speed like in old-fashioned marble runs, but can accelerate impressively down steep slopes then climb uphill until almost reaching a stop, roll quietly along flat plateaus, and then again deep down chilling plunges at full speed. The bestselling Quercetti Skyrail Rollercoaster is redesigned in such a way that most types of marbles, in various sizes and materials, can run along its tracks (2 types included in this box). Each marble type will run at different speeds and will allow you to observe, experiment and discoverer the world of physics forces and to understand intuitively its fundamental principals. This is actually an exceptional educational value that makes Skyrail unique and an irreplaceable learning instrument. Perfect for demonstrating gravity, speed, inertia, centrifugal force and other principles of mechanics and physics. This kids marble run set includes 150 pc. Parts colors and packaging design may vary.

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  1. by fran, IA on Jul 29, 2012

  2. by LLdM, NYC on Jul 20, 2012

    my 5 year old loves it. but it's a bit more complex than she can do on her own.
  3. by Margaret, MI on Jun 15, 2012

  4. by Paul, NY on Apr 2, 2012

    We bought this for our nephew and he took to it immediately. He has enjoyed hours of fun with it and won't put it away. It has quickly become his favorite toy.
  5. by Connie, NY on Nov 21, 2011

    Purchased this for my nephew age 5. He loves it! He hasn't stopped playing with it. The ability to make many different designs has been especially awesome. Great product.
  6. by Kjerstin, NY on Oct 5, 2011

  7. by Kim, TX on May 11, 2011

    Hours of fun for my 8 year old son, and his 12 year old sister. I was amazed how much she enjoyed it. I will make similiar purchases in the future.
  8. by Mary, NY on Aug 8, 2010

  9. by Elizabeth, NY on Dec 2, 2009

    My 10 year old nephew called me to tell me about the roller coaster he made. He has never expressly called me for anything and does not like to talk on the phone. Enough said. This was a huge hit and he's not sitting in front of a tv playing virtual games.
  10. by MJ WI on Oct 17, 2009

    It's really fun. The pieces are easy to put together. The cats love it too.
  11. by Marissa, NY on Jul 17, 2009

    The pieces all fit nicely together on this. We find it's a little tricky though to keep the marbles on the track. They jump off and there are not enough tower / holder pieces for all the spots where they might jump, so we have had to prop the track up with other things. I have trouble getting some of the pieces apart again, but my son seems to manage just fine. He likes it very much. It's a little more complicated to put together than your basic marble run, but a lot more interesting too. Probably good for a child who is at least five or maybe six.
  12. by Elizabeth, MN on Jun 28, 2009

  13. by Mark, OK on Apr 16, 2009

  14. by Chris, KS on Dec 29, 2008

  15. by William, FL on Oct 22, 2008