Century Novelty, Spin A Prize Wheel, 14 3/4" x 22 1/4"
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The Most Fun Carnival Games Around. Everyone is a winner with this Spin-A-Prize Wheel. This carnival wheel is a great way to make sure everyone attending your function leaves with a fun prize or toy. Use this table top prize wheel at carnivals, festivals, church parties, and school functions. 14 3/4" x 22 1/4". 1-8 prize wheel. Carnival game is highly visible with painted red, yellow, black, blue, and white colors. Directions painted on the bottom of the wheel that state "Spin the wheel win a prize!". Made of wood. Carnivals and festivals are memorable moments for your family, so make sure you have all of the games and supplies you need to make your event a success! One game.
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I would not recommend this item for purchase because of it's poor assembly. There needs to be a longer screw used to hold the wheel to the board.
needing it but kept for the future. I opened it this morning to use this weekend and the whole thing is broken. It has not been touched or taken out of the shipping box until today. The wheel has broken off and scratched the front, and the spring on the spinner is bent and almost broken. Of course the window for return is closed, my own fault, but if it can fall apart this badly in shipping it certainly isn't made well. Could just be bad luck but not a good purchase for me. Here's hoping I can figure out a way to make it work for my event this weekend.
Overall, it's fine for the price but the way in which the wheel is affixed is totally illogical. It is designed with a screw that, when the wheel is turned counter-clockwise, will basically unscrew itself from the backing and fall apart.
I went to a local hardware store, got a proper bolt, drilled out the front, and now it spins properly. Really stupid design initially.
Also, about 1/3 of the pegs have already fallen out so I glued all of those as well.
1. The pegs on the perimeter of the wheel come flying off after a few uses. You WILL need to glue them in tightly. Otherwise you will lose them.
2. The wood quality of the clicker/selector is pretty poor - the wheel was used for one day and the the edge that hits the pegs is already showing wear. I fear it won't hold up under continued / heavy use.
But it's fun and it works. It gets people's attention.