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Classic Gyroscope

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Amaze yourself and others as your sturdy metal gyroscope performs gravity-defying tricks. Once you master this remarkable toy, you'll be able to spin it on a string tightrope, on your finger, or even on the lip of a drinking glass.

  • Gyroscopic forces were first discovered by Isaac Newton in the 18th century
  • Gyroscope maintains its relative position, no matter how its base is moved
  • Plastic pedestal, string and instructions included
  • 4"H, 2-5/8"OD

Customer Reviews of Classic Gyroscope
Product Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 10/26/2013
said: Neal
"Wow! I knew I had fun with one, but showing it to my teens and explaining it was an experience. Took them away from Xbox and tv 1 1/2 hour ago and still counting. Worth every cent. Now gonna have to buy more for them to share. "
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- 6/16/2012
said: Denay Horn
"I had many of these Gyroscopes as a child so when I saw it in the Lehman's Catalog I had to order one for my son for Christmas. I order small gifts throughout the year so when Christmas arrives whether we have money or not that year my son always get a little something. I am sure he is going to have as much fun with his as I had with mine growing up! I couldn't help playing with it a little before I put it away for Christmas & it was as much fun as I remember!"
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- 1/29/2011
said: Dawn
"I had one of these growing up and enjoyed playing with it. A durable toy that works and is fun to try and get it to balance on different surfaces."
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- 2/28/2012
said: Roger Baker
"I bought two of these for my grandsons. However, they are quite a bit smaller than the similar ones I remember from childhood. There is not enough mass in the gyro wheel to keep the system going for long....and the wheel is not balanced as well as it might be."
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