Wood Grain Newtons Cradle

Item#: 14396   (5 customer reviews)
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The Newton's cradle is one of the oldest and most interesting physics toys that demonstrate the laws of conservation of energy and momentum (and much more). You just raise one or two balls on one end, let them go and watch what happens on the other side. This version features a beautiful wooden base. Great for physics demonstrations, and makes a great desk toy/stress reducer or gift.


  • Demonstrates primarily the laws of conservation of energy and momentum
  • Cradle size: 5.50"X 4.75" X 5.5"
  • Comes with beautiful wooden base--balls are made of chrome metal
  • Excellent as a desk toy or gift

Note: This product is not meant for young children. It is a delicate object, meant for use as a desk toy or fun stress reducer. Balls on cradle can get entangled or snap off if not used properly.

Recommended for ages 8 and older.

Box Size: 5.75in (14.61cm) x 5.00in (12.70cm) x 6.00in (15.24cm)
Weight: 1 lb 3 oz ( 0.53 kg )

Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  Wood Grain Newtons Cradle
Posted on: Oct 15 2014 by: John Bart from Ft. Collins, CO USA

Looks nice enough. Seems to dissipate energy at a higher rate than some competitive units, making the explanation of the principles in action more complicated. Maybe the suspension filaments are of larger diameter.

  Newton's Cradle
Posted on: Dec 3 2012 by: Vincent Amato from Jackson Heights, NY

I didn't believe that my daughter-in-law didn't know what Newton's cradle was, so I sent her one as a gift. She and my grandchild are now mesmerized. Nice version and reasonably priced.

  Newtons cradle
Posted on: Jan 4 2012 by: Yolanda Lira from Cherry Valley, Ca USA

Great nice wooden pad.

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Posted on: Aug 3 2011 by: Rich from USA, Illinois, Aurora

Does what you'd expect. Warning: Keep out of reach of the 4-year-old, or you'll be hours untangling the strings!

  Wood Grain Newtons Cradle
Posted on: Jul 12 2011 by: Unknown from Unknown

Looks nice but is too light weight. The balls are not heavy enough to work well. Larger cradles work better.



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