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Dimensions : 7.5 x 10.2 x 2.3
All pieces are pre-cut and made with natural, untreated wood from sustainable forests.
The Idea : Create a recreation of Leonardo da Vinci's fifteenth-century catapult.
The Brain : Use planning skills to build, & fine motor skills to construct.
The Ah-Ha! : Takes just over an hour to assemble & flings things up to 30 feet.
Brain Category : Coordination
Recommended Age : 8+
Number of Players : Solo
When Leonardo da Vinci wasn't busy painting, sculpting or otherwise being brilliant, he spent his free time drawing mechanical throwing machines. Now you can match wits with da Vinci and put your coordination skills to the test with this build-it-yourself, working re-creation of his 15th Century catapult. With just an hour of assembly time, this bad boy can hurl a small clay ball over four meters, which comes in handy for ambushing pesky kid brothers or protecting cubicles from annoying coworkers. All pieces are pre-cut and made with natural, untreated wood from sustainable forests.
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