Whirlpool Quadrilla 106 pc Wooden Marble Run

    Item number   w-hp-e6013
    List Price $10.66
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    Product Description

    Build twists and turns for the colorful marbles and watch them speeding down the ramps! Whirlpool Quadrilla 106 pc Wooden Marble Run features Hape's famous craftsmanship, superb wood material, and attractive design. This wooden marble run building set for beginners comes with 106 pieces to construct various marble rollercoasters. This bestselling Quadrilla marble run features 106 wooden parts including a large spiraling funnel, 5 curved rails, 8 speed-boosting accelerators. Use the roller coaster model ideas from the included instructions or your own engineering vision to build your own marble runs with this Quadrilla wooden building toy. Whirlpool Quadrilla 106 pc Wooden Marble Run is compatible with other Quadrilla building sets from Educational Toys Planet. Oppenheim Toy Portfolio - Platinum Seal Award

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    Item Details

    • SKU w-hp-e6013
    • Manufacturer recommended age 4 years
    • Our recommended age 4 years, 5 years
    • Quantity available in stock 58
    • Dimensions of package 0.205" x 0.032" x 0.134"
    • Country of manufacture China
    • Manufacturer part number e6013
    • UPC 6943478007857
    • Packaged product weight 7.25 lb
    • Positive Ratings 80%
    • Total Reviews 1

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    1. Total Reviews: 1
    2. Positive Ratings: 4 of 5
    1. Rating: 4 Not sturdy by HM I love that this toy is wooden but the pieces don't hold nicely together. One of the building suggestions in the manual won't even stay upright because the weight of the structure is off center. The marbles also got stuck in some places.
      We have another marble run that is plastic that I find much more durable and kid-friendly because it snaps together better and is less likely to fall easily.