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Catapult Machine

Catapult Machine

Regular price $38.99 USD
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Catapult Machine wooden model


Building a catapult model will cultivate your child’s interest in history. It can also improve their patience, attention, and problem-solving skills. Building the model can also promote abstract thinking and imagination by assembling the pieces.

a man holding wooden puzzle parts board in his left hand and instrction in his right hand, sitting on a table with a cutting mat on it.


This is a good way to spend spare time with your child if your family is building it together. Or you can just enjoy a quiet time alone, focusing and releasing yourself in peace. This can reduce stress and improve your overall mood. This is a very good gift for your family, lovers, or friends.

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  • Model Size, l*w*h: 9.4* 5.9 * 4.7 in
  • Weight:0.4kg / 0.9lbs.
  • Scale: 1:35
  • Estimated Time of Assembly: about 3~5 hours
  • catapult machine model size display
  • Package Contains

    • Beautiful Package
    • English Instruction Manual
    • Pre-cut Wood Sheets
    • Some Components (Due to the logistics policy, the entire model kit does not include glue).
    • 4 sections display, product package, english instruction, parts, and the whole finished item
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Derek McIntosh
Excellent gift for a studious young person

I gave this as a gift to a young boy who is obsessed with trucks, planes and technology in general. He also enjoys puzzles and legos. This product is intrinsically educational,as well as providing a couple hours of quiet problem solving through the puzzle-like assembly. For the right kid (or adult!) the assembly is just complex enough to be satisfying, but not too difficult to be frustrating. I could see these being excellent teaching tools for small or large groups of students in STEM afterschool programs or even as part of a science curriculum. There is no better way to learn about physics or mechanics than doing this interactive kind of work that is also fun!

Shawn Oesterreich
Seems pretty cool

Seems pretty coolp