Glow In The Dark Pose-N-Stay Skeleton
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- 60" tall, head to foot
- Pose able Joints and parts
- Glows in the dark and reacts to black light as well
- Will stand erect against a wall. Will be stiff but can't stand freely
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Includes (1) glow in the dark skeleton with locking arms and legs. Plastic; 60" high. For indoor/outdoor use.
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No haunted house is complete without a Crazy Bonez Glow in the Dark Pose n' Stay skeleton in the closet! This is the original Life-size Pose-N-Stay Skeleton, accept no imitation! The Glow in the Dark Skelton stands approximately 5 feet high and features realistic molded bones. The detailed bones include a full rib cage, spine, arms and legs, and skull with a movable jaw. The Skeleton's limbs are poseable, with knees that lock into place to hold a position and has an eerie glow once the lights go out!
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Read this again cheap flat skeleton that does not match the picture.. the pictured skeleton is worth about $60 . The flat one you can get for about $5
First, they claim "Pose and Stay". There is no, none, lateral movement of the arms or legs. That means the legs do not cross and the hands will never touch.
As for radial/rotational movement. Once the knee clicks, then, there is no way to screw down a desired position. The knee simply lets the lower leg swing freely. Its not engineered to tighten, never. I see no way to tighten any of my positions. That means a project. Big project. Buy wire and pipes for the outside. Bang a rebar or conduit pipe in your lawn. Inside, stay close to something you can wire up. Wires and such, simply do not seem safe.
The glow in the dark fades quickly. It needs a light source, and a frequent light source, to make it stay glowing.
If you still think its a good idea then take out the paper and pencil and design a way to make these work
Everything I see is made by Seasons Inc and therefore all have the same problems mentioned above. Glow in the dark or other versions are all made in the same mold and the construction problems come along. It might be possible to take out their bolts and insert something else that tightens down, but then I am not sure of any collateral damage. I will try it, but not this year . Let me know