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Uncle Milton - Star Wars Science - Jedi Force Levitator
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- Suspend and move objects in mid-air using real electrostatic force!
- Force push with the jedi training rod.
- Force pull with the energy in your own hands.
- Jedi training rod has real, built-in static electricity generator.
- Includes 8 force deflectors and science learning poster.
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Use Electrical Charges to Move Objects in Mid-Air!
Magically suspend and move objects in mid-air using an invisible, electrostatic force!
The Jedi Training Rod uses a real static electricity generator to levitate the Deflectors and to perform other amazing experiments using the Force!
Learn about static electricity and the force of electrical charges with the included science learning poster!
Using the Force with the Jedi Force Levitator
To move the Force Deflectors away with the Jedi Training Rod, an ability called Force Push is used. In the Star Wars galaxy, this power can be used to move or throw objects, like droids.
To draw an object close with the Jedi Training Rod, a Force Pull is used. In the Star Wars galaxy, many Jedi and Sith use this power if they want something brought to them.
Master Three Different Force Deflectors
Learn to move and control three different shaped Force Deflectors. Then, experiment with how everyday materials react to the Force Levitator force as you learn how positive and negative charges interact.
Use real electrical charges to magically suspend and move objects in mid-air using an invisible, electrostatic force! Force push with the Jedi Training Rod. Force pull using just your hands!
Top customer reviews
With that caveat, my son enjoyed learning about static electricity and how he can use it as if it were the force to push and pull objects. Very cool concept with one big drawback.
The enclosed foils are too fragile to be handled by a little guy, usually they are very excited, you have to open the box for him, in his excitement one foil or more could easily be destroyed. I think adding a few more foils won't make a hugh dent in your profits but make a kid happy, or isn't that the aim