Date Navigator - build your own working model by UGears

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The Date Navigator is your daily companion to keep track of your adventure and discovery in 2017-2044 with a beautiful Steampunk  planetary mechanism inside.

Just set the year and the month and find out what day of the week it is going to be. Never get lost in time again!

The Date Navigator helps to identify the day of the week for any date from 2017 to 2044 will become a great companion in planning your future endeavors.

Model size: 4.1 x 3.9 x 0.7 in
Package size: 7.3 x 10.8 x 0.2 in
Number of parts: 21

Assembly Time: 20 Minutes
Recommended Age: 14+
Kit weight: 81 gram
Manufacturer: UGears

     

       

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    ME
    12/12/2017
    Mrs e.
    United Kingdom

    Date navigator

    Easy to follow instructions, well made and the pieces were easy to push out, had great fun assembling. Only gripe is the models are a bit pricey, overall quite happy. Cheers

    NS
    10/12/2017
    Neil Shepherd
    Birmingham , England

    Excellent

    A fantastic introduction to the Ugears world. Very Easy to follow instructions. Highly recommended.

    IM
    04/12/2017
    INEKE M.
    United Kingdom

    i don't know it is

    i don't know it is a christmas precent so i let you know in january

    JR
    27/10/2017
    Jasmine R.
    Australia

    Date Navigato

    Great item. Easy to put together. Loved it.

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    22/10/2017
    phil s.
    Australia

    OUTSTANDING

    I love it for its detail, easy of construction, practical usage and visual appeal. I marvel at the tool that cuts the shapes out of the plywood. There must be a very fine and sharp cutting blade that cuts the pieces. Judging by the scorched plywood edges, the blade must be highly heated also. Well done Ugear Any plans for planes?

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