Tornado Maker Science Toy

    Item number   w-ps-07219
    List Price $11.24
    Lowest Price 9.69
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    Product Description

    With this science toy your curious child will turn from a trouble maker into tornado maker. With Tornado Maker Science Toy by Slinky brand your kids can create this natural phenomenon right before their eyes. Make the twirling spinning tornado with the turn of the switch experimenting with this weather science toy. The Tornado Maker Science Toy features lightning and storm sounds for recreating extreme weather conditions. This tornado making toy from Educational Toys Planet comes with 35-page Fun & Fact booklet, so your children can learn more about science behind weather, storms and tornadoes. The Tornado Maker Science Toy requires 3 AA batteries (not included). Parents' Choice Recommended

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    Item Details

    • SKU w-ps-07219
    • Manufacturer recommended age 6 years
    • Our recommended age 6 years, 7 years
    • Quantity available in stock 92
    • Dimensions of package 0.06" x 0.06" x 0.12"
    • Country of manufacture China
    • Manufacturer part number dsc-w-ps-07219
    • UPC 71547072195
    • Packaged product weight 1.35 lb
    • Positive Ratings 80%
    • Total Reviews 1

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    1. Total Reviews: 1
    2. Positive Ratings: 4 of 5
    1. Rating: 4 by jessica, OH Got this for my little boy who is afraid of tornadoes. It is a one trick pony--you put water in it and turn the dial and it makes a vortex with sounds. It is fun, but only occupying for some period of time. The dial is a bit hard to turn for little hands. If your little one is future meteoolgist, or spends hours watching the 'tornado' in the bath tub drain then this is fun for a while.