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- Thames & Kosmos Ultra Bionic Blaster
- Engages kids in a 134-piece engineering project
- Teaches about pneumatics and various mechanisms
- Operates entirely through hand power, no batteries needed
- Features adjustable wrist strap and rotating launchers
- Compatible with many standard foam darts
The Thames & Kosmos Ultra Bionic Blaster is an engaging engineering project that allows the construction of an air-powered robotic glove capable of launching harmless foam darts. This educational tool offers an opportunity to learn about pneumatics, a technology that utilizes pressurized air to perform work, and various fascinating mechanisms during the assembly process, which involves more than 100 pieces.
Once the blaster is assembled and tested, it can be worn on the wrist. The initial trigger pull activates the scissor arm, lifting the barrels and launching the first dart. Subsequent trigger pulls launch the next two darts. Additional darts can be loaded from the reserve clip located under the wrist. Remarkably, the blaster operates entirely through hand power and the integrated pneumatic system, eliminating the need for batteries or motors.
The blaster features a dial that can be turned to rotate the two outer launchers, allowing for a wider spread. The wrist strap's location can be adjusted to accommodate nearly all hand sizes. The product comes with a full-color, step-by-step manual that not only guides the assembly and usage of the blaster but also provides intriguing scientific information about pneumatic systems and the physics of air. The blaster is compatible with many standard foam darts, ensuring its continued use even after the initial construction phase.
The Thames & Kosmos Ultra Bionic Blaster can be used independently or in conjunction with the Mega Cyborg Hand, a recognized STEAM Toy of the Year.
- 1x Thames & Kosmos Ultra Bionic Blaster
- 10 x 11 x 4.7 inch
- Ages: 10+ with assistance / 12+ for independent use
- Number of Experiments: 6
- Number of Pieces: 134
- Number of Manual Pages: 16
- Weight: 680 g