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Gravity Globe Jupiter Ball

USA Toyz
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review

  • Magnetic Levitating Planet Ball: The USA Toyz Gravity Globe Jupiter Ball is the perfect addition to the USA Toyz Gravity Globe Frame Set (sold separately). This magnetic levitation ball is part of an interchangeable collection of solar system inspired planets including: Jupiter, The Sun, The Moon, and Earth! Collect them all!
  • Color Changing LED Lights: With multicolor LED lights and quiet operation, this serene spinning Jupiter ball creates an eye-catching addition to your home, office, or as an ambient light desk decoration. The globe orb cycles and fades through multiple LED colors.
  • Ready for Display: Designed for easy setup, ensuring your floating globe is up and spinning in seconds. Simply hold the globe to the top of the USA Toyz Gravity Globe C Frame (not included), place the included installation tool between the base and the globe, remove the tool, and release!
  • Innovative Technology: Combining the wonders of STEM magnetic levitation with sophisticated design, this floating planet uses magnets to hold the globe in place. It is the perfect globe for desks, bookshelves, classrooms, home decor, nightlight, or the office decoration. Keep the globe still or gently spin to get the globe rotating.
  • Collect Them All: Includes 1 rotating floating Jupiter planet ball (3.5” diameter) with bright color changing LEDs. Elevate your space with our Gravity Globe collection, featuring a variety of styles from Earth, Sun, Moon, and Jupiter, all with magnetic levitation technology that can be used with the same USA Toyz Gravity Globe base!
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Reviewed by Leah B.
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Simple to operate

What I appreciate is the quality of its construction, and the image on the globe is stunning

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