Samurai Scorpion

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Almost lifelike,  OWI’s aluminum non-venomous invertebrate building kit features a Scorpion that you assemble from metal and bendable aluminum parts.  The Samurai Scorpion is comprised of two major parts: head and body. The head consists of a pair of eyes, mouth, and claws used to capture prey. The body contains eight legs, tail and curved aculeus (stinger). Did you know that scorpions are nocturnal? They often feed at night by lying still and surprising their prey (dinner). On the other hand, they are dinner for tarantulas, bats, and birds (especially owls).  Let’s talk more specifics about Samurai Scorpion.  The kit contains 30 hard and soft pre-punched aluminum parts, 7 screws, 7 nuts, 3 springs, and even assembly tools are included. Its claws, arms, legs, and tail are all moveable.

Age: 13+
dimensions: 6.5 x 3.5 x3 in

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  • 5

    Posted by Raven on 4th Nov 2011

    Its nice to find things well worth the money spent. I'm a middle aged woman, complete with hot flashes that refuses to grow up. I'm also an artist that is used to working 2d.. and I wanna learn more 3d for my art,.. so I got this scorpian.. fun to build.. very well made... slightly challenging.. perfect. Thanks.. you guys that design these are very clever.

  • 5
    Wonderful Product

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Aug 2010

    I purchased this model for my son's 12th birthday and he absolutely loved it. He found it very interesting to put together. I would definitely recommend this project for anyone who has a child that likes to build.

  • 4

    Posted by Angelina Valenzuela on 13th Jul 2010

    It was fun and interesting to put togeather. I recommend this for people who like things like models. I get compliments on how cool it is from people at my office all the time.

  • 5
    This is an AWESOME model!

    Posted by Mrs. Stone on 13th Jul 2010

    My son loves the scorpion. It is one of the coolest models I've seen. My husband did make the comment that a ten year old would probably get frustrated trying to put it together, and would probably need assistance. Even so, when put together it seemed more durable than I had expected. It was machined very well. It also is more moveable than we expected. Claws, tail and legs all move freely! Good fun!