Quercetti Migoga Marble
Create your own track of marbles and test yourself with this clever game with great success. You can play many routes shown on the box and it’s always fun to invent new ones. All the pieces, chutes, bridges, columns, reels, fit easily in endless combinations to keep you entertained for a long time. Creativity and reasoning are essential in order to build the beautiful slopes but above all, functional. They used only high quality materials, totally unbreakable, durable, which ensures high accuracy in the joints, and thus strength to structures.
Item Weight – 1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions – 8.9 x 36.8 x 44.4 cm
Pile – 2 AA batteries (type of battery required)
Age recommended by the manufacturer – 5-10 years
Item model number – QA6575
Educational goals – Logical thinking, Agility, Social behavior
Language – Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese
Model number – QA6575
Number pieces – 177
Assembly required – No
Batteries required – Yes
Batteries included – No
Types of material – Plastic
Composite materials – 100% plastic
Item number: 6575
[HD] QUERCETTI Migoga Marble Run Motor 6575
[HD] Quercetti Migoga Marble Run
1.0 Stars of 5
by Andrea Sciamanna
The connections between the various elements are too weak. It is practically impossible for kids to build the structures by themselves and need the presence of at least one adult. The instructions are hard to understand even by an adults. Some pieces work as expected: the ball is stopped in the middle of a spiral, for example, because it has enough kinetic energy, therefore it needs a “nudge” to complete the circuit. From a practical point of view the only test that this does to children is to test their patience.
5.0 Stars of 5
by Lorenzo Fergnani
This is a beautiful tool to spend hours of fun playtime with the kids. This was very well made and my loved this
4.0 Stars of 5
Both me and my son enjoy this game and there are many things that you can come up with to build.
4.0 Stars of 5
I gave this to my 5 year old and she plays with it with her siblings. She alone cannot assemble it so we help her out.