OWI Mega Mantis Aluminum Skulpture Kit
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- Build an amusing aluminum praying mantis insect
- Easy to understand kid friendly step-by-step instructions
- Hold it, bend it, and even move its legs, wings, head and fore legs
- Mega Mantis is twice life size of a real praying mantis
- No soldering required
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
Have picked this up both for gifts and for myself and love how it turns out. It's fun to assemble and looks good.
Note: this is something that would be tougher for younger kids to assemble - a number of small screws and odd angles to hit to get it together. But highly doable for more mature hands.
For the price, highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Model very easy to assemble. Instructions fairly clear. Some difficulty treading small nuts and bolts. Over challenge very poor.Published 1 month ago by Kindle CustomerBlanche B.
My son enjoys building these "mini" models. They are relaxing, challenging and cool looking when done. Great gift as well.Published 5 months ago by Kim Stalcup
My 13 year old enjoyed making this. The praying mantis is pretty neat looking. It came with little tools he said were a little hard to use but he didn't need to get out any... Read morePublished 6 months ago by J-Rock
The shipping was fast and my cousin who likes insects didn't actually get it at first but after some time, he realized that its a good sculpture of a mantisPublished 6 months ago by Jack Colby