|Product Dimensions||23 x 18.5 x 1.2 cm; 250 Grams|
|Manufacturer recommended age||7 years and up|
|Item model number||E038|
|Number of pieces||145|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
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|Age range (description)||Child, Adult|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||23 x 18.5 x 1.2 centimetres|
About this item
- Simply press out the pieces and slot together, easy to follow numbering system
- All pieces come pre cut: Finished model can be painted or varnished
- STEP by STEP guide available online
- FSC certified product
- Completed model measures H18cm x L9cm x W11cm
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Warning: Not suitable for children under 5 years. For use under adult supervision
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 March 2022
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She was over the moon with this and spent ages putting it together, after which it sat proudly on her bookcase. After it had been there a while, she disassembled the entire thing. I thought she was going to give it away but, instead, she painted each individual piece and then re-assembled it again. Now it looks absolutely lovely and she's really pleased with it.
A great gift for someone who like to put things together rather than just receiving a gift.
I also found with the online tutorial the lay out of the pieces was totally different to the set I had in front of me so a lot of time was spent having to identify each bit.
On the plus side when you have re- rooted all the hair you pulled out you are left with a lovely little owl which is sturdy and very pleasing to look at.
The instructions are excellent. HOWEVER! They are extremely quick and once it was started it was impossible to stop at the bits I wanted so I could see exactly where they went. It is a lovely little model, but a nice sheet of instructions would have been more helpful than a very quick video. wont buy another despite them looking really nice.
Incredible design though, would like to think it was designed by a human but I think a computer may have been involved somewhere...
When you receive a woodcraft kit it comes with a certain number of wood sheets with the parts and then one paper sheet of instructions. These instructions show pictures of the wood sheets and simply has numbers next to the slots in the pieces. Firstly you slot number 1 with number 1, then number 2 to number 2 but the bigger pieces have more than one slot and as you build more it gets confusing because there are more and more numbers that you have to remember to put where. If you are now sitting there feeling confused then do not proceed to buy this. Try something smaller and less complex first (especially if you are buying for your child) like the Swan, Snake or Squirrel and after you complete a few and grasp the simplicity of the instructions then you will find this Owl piece a lot easier to complete.
This piece itself, took the longest for me to do out of all my woodcraft kits. At times it did annoy me, and at times I felt like throwing it against the wall. But in all honesty, this kept me occupied for a good couple of hours and secretly I enjoyed every minute of it. Now it looks beautiful as it stands upright on its own. However I would say that using glue would be a good idea especially on the feathers; I've had this owl for a year now and there are still bits falling off it.