Ages 9+
Ages 9+

Domino Machine

$26.955.0

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What could be cooler than a domino run (a custom-designed chain reaction you start by knocking down just one domino)? Well, how about a robot that sets up the dominoes for you! With this crate you can build your own dazzling domino machine, then use it to help lay out amazing domino runs. Everything you need — from materials to illustrated blueprint instructions to a step-by-step video tutorial — is included. Plus, the crate comes with a special-edition Tinker Zine magazine all about chain reactions — featuring an exclusive interview with inventor and YouTuber Mark Rober!

Find out more about Mark's Domino Robot here on his YouTube Channel.

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LSmith
Oct 4 2021

This was by far the best project of any type we have ever put together!! It was fun, came with excellent directions despite the fact the online instructions couldn’t be found! If I can put this together with my kids, anyone can! It took us about an hour to get it ready and the outcome was seriously amazing!! Mark Rober is a genius and this little domino machine is our new best friend! We will be using this project to move forward with studies on potential and kinetic energy! I’m 41 years old and enjoying this little guy just as much as my kids (maybe a little more)!! So worth the price, which I feel is more than reasonable for everything you get. You will not be disappointed with this domino machine!!! SO MUCH FUN!!!!

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Kristy
Sep 22 2021

My 10 year old declared this his 'favorite one yet'. My guys were looking forward to this one because they have always loved 'The Squirrel Guy' (as they call Mark Rober). :)

Ilana
Sep 20 2021

My son is a huge Mark Rober fan, so this "Dom" machine was perfect for him. About halfway through building he was getting pretty frustrated and I was worried it was too difficult for him (he's newly 9) but he wound up completing it with no adult help. I was very impressed that it actually sets up the dominos.