Newtons Cradle Large
Experience the wonders of physics with the Newton's Cradle. Named after the legendary physicist Isaac Newton, this stylish desk ornament beautifully showcases the principles of conservation of energy, momentum, and friction. Pull up one ball, and watch as a single ball reacts in response; pull up two, and witness a graceful duo in motion.
As the spherical pendulums collide, they produce a soothing clacking sound that enhances creativity, focus, and relaxation. Picture it on your desk or in your office—a timeless addition that adds style and scientific charm to any space.
The Newton's Cradle is the perfect gift for gadget lovers, teachers, DIY enthusiasts, and busy executives.
- Named in honour of physicist Isaac Newton
- Illustrates conservation of energy, momentum, and friction
- Pull up one ball, see one ball move; pull up two, see two react
- Captivating pendulum sound aids creativity, focus, and relaxation
- Classic and stylish addition to any office or home décor
- Momentum slows due to air resistance and sound transfer
- Perfect gift for gadget lovers, teachers, DIY fiends, and busy executives
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