Techno Gears - Marble Mania Apprentice

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Product Description

Building engineering construction from motorized gears is such a fun and educational activity! The Techno Gears - Marble Mania Apprentice kit is a terrific techno-gears set from the Learning Journey. The award-winning Marble Mania Apprentice construction kit allows your children to design and build a motorized marble run. This marble roller coaster set comes with more than 200 high quality pieces including colorful gears, channels, unique sidewinder, stair step parts, and more. A motorized elevator lifts marbles to the top of the structure to launch their exciting run from their. Never ending fun to build with this construction toy and observe the rolling marbles! This building toy set helps the children to understand the basics of mechanics and physics of motion. Techno Gears G Marble Mania Apprentice is compatible with all Techno Gears products from Educational Toys Planet. Requires one AA battery (not included). Take a look at Techno Gears - Marble Mania Apprentice product sheet here

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Item Details

  • SKU w-lj-454053
  • Manufacturer recommended age 6 years +
  • Our recommended age 6 years, 7 years
  • Quantity available in stock 0
  • Dimensions of package 0" x 0" x 0"
  • Manufacturer part number 454053
  • UPC 657092454053
  • Positive Ratings 80%
  • Total Reviews 1

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  1. Total Reviews: 1
  2. Positive Ratings: 4 of 5
  1. Rating: 4 by Betsy, NY Big hit! my grandson loves to build with legos etc , It is difficult to know which legos he already has. we chose this toy because it looked like a good alternative. And it was. He told his parents 'Oma and Opa always buy me the best presents'