The Wall Coaster is NOT your ordinary marble run!
Just stick it to the wall and let your imagination soar! The Wall Coaster uses the basic laws of physics and gravity to enable hours of fun and imaginative play. The Wall Coaster comes standard with over 16 feet of track and 8 marbles! Plus, it is super easy to use. Recommended for ages 5 to adult.
Simply take out the track and tubes from the package and affix two small pieces of coaster tack (similar to standard reusable poster putty) to the back of the desired pieces and push onto the wall. By 'trial and error' you will learn what works and what doesn't - this is part of the fun! So many variations, you can almost lose your marbles!
Caution - contains small balls - not suitable for Children under 3.
What makes the Wall Coaster different: All other regular marble runs are built from the ground up like a building and only include a few feet of track. The Wall Coaster is different! It is not about the number of pieces but the length of track. With the Wall Coaster you get OVER 16 FEET in one kit!
Because of the unique design, you can create exciting side-by-side marble races using the same parts!!
Each kit comes with the following parts:
5 - Four inch coaster tracks
15 - Ten inch coaster tracks
4 - Six inch coaster tubes
4 - Coaster retention bands
4 - Specially designed lightweight crystal marbles
1 - Package of reusable non-marking coaster tack
4 - BONUS Glow in the Dark marblesStunt Kit Includes:
Extra track (7 long pieces, 3 medium pieces, and 10 short pieces), 2 pieces of tubing, 4 marbles, coaster tack, and several new shapes to make great new wall coasters!
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Jan 10, 2014 | By Karen Sloan Beitzel of Calgary, AB Canada
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Oct 25, 2013 | By Kmom of Freehold, NJ United States
One of the best!
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Great for exploration and discovery
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