CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
3B Scientific A10/1 Plastic Human Skeleton Model "Stan", On Hanging 5 Foot Roller Stand, 73.2" Height
|Price:||$494.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||3B Scientific|
|Item Weight||15.87 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||73.2 inches|
|Size||Hanging 5 Foot Roller Stand|
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The 3B Scientific A10/1 anatomically-correct human skeleton model is made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic, has removable limbs, a three-part skull and individually inserted teeth, and a three-year warranty. The removable, washable limbs are made of PVC plastic for strength and long life. A three-part skull and individually inserted teeth provide added detail for instruction. The skeleton can be hung on a 5-foot tall rolling stand (included), or can be unhooked for hands-on examination. Some assembly is required. This skeleton is commonly used by doctors and teachers for educational purposes.
The skeleton is 73.2 inches (186 cm) tall, and it weighs 15.87 pounds (7.2 kg).
Anatomically-correct skeleton models are medical-quality educational tools commonly used by doctors, teachers, and fitness industry professionals. They range from individual body parts to entire skeletons. Simple models include bones, and more detailed models often include painted or constructed ligaments and muscles. They are frequently made from plastic.
3B Scientific is an international group of companies that manufactures and markets didactic material for scientific, medical, and patient education. The group’s oldest site began manufacturing in 1819, and the company was founded in 1948 and is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany.
What’s in the Box?
- 3B Scientific A10/1 human skeleton model
- Rolling stand
- Dust cover
Top Customer Reviews
I have seen other examples of "Stan", and they were okay, but I am considering before ordering again.
One major flaw: The PVC material is very, very heat sensitive. If you cart your skeleton somewhere, don't dare leave it in your car in the sun. Don't leave it in a hot room or especially near any kind of heater, either. The forearm bones in particular are prone to bending with any amount of heat. I've seen some other skeletons made of firmer material, and it's actually on the brittle side, so this appears to be a tradeoff: resistance to breaking, at the risk of melting.
Even so, it's a pretty good deal for the price.