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March 20, 2008

Desktop Tornado Maker

Ax8522

For when the Internet gets old.

From the website:

    Tornado Maker

    Teach a young one about how funnel clouds form and gain devastating power with this fantastic one-button experiment.

    Set the spin control on F1 (just powerful enough to take down at tree or two) or in stages up to a blow-out F5 tornado (enough to demolish a brick building), then watch as the built-in lightning and sound effects bring science to life — safely.

    Comes with a 35-page educational book.

    Ages 6 and up.

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"Young one?"

"6 and up?"

Excuse me?

$14.98.

March 20, 2008 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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I LOVE desktop tornados sooooo much! Itz just that the World Wide Web doesnt have it. I dont mean to insult tis' website, but this is BUYABLE not downloadable. I mean, what kind of object would be downloadable????!!

Posted by: Harun | Jan 1, 2009 1:52:34 PM

how tall is this thing

Posted by: | May 30, 2008 12:08:51 PM

then watch as the built-in lightning and sound effects bring science to life — safely.

What, as compared with alternative home tornado creation experiments that kill scores and leave thousands homeless?

What's the world coming to, when even a toy that's obviously perfectly safe still has to be specifically labelled as safe?

Posted by: Daniel Rutter | Mar 21, 2008 12:07:40 AM

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