Metal Earth Drum Set
A museum quality 3D metal model kit!
- With amazingly detailed steel sheets
- Make a BIG impression with tiny details
- Individually packed DIY metal model!
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This fantastic kit allows you to build your very own miniature Drum Set!
Your model starts out as a pair of flat, laser-etched metal sheets. Follow along with the illustrated instructions to pop out the pieces, bend the tabs, and connect the points to turn the pieces into an amazing 3D model of a Drum Kit!
Your kit requires no special tools or glue thanks to its ingenious slot and tab design, however we have found that a pair of needle nose pliers or tweezers can make precise assemblies a little bit easier. It could take you up to 4 hours to complete this advanced design, so you'll need to have some patience...
If you're working on a number of models, the Metal Earth 3 Piece Tool Kit will make things quicker and easier!
While your Metal Earth model is miniature in size, the laser-etched details allow your model to take on a life of it's own. Measuring approximately 7.5cm tall and 10cm wide once assembled, your Drum Kit is truly spectacular!
Also available as: Eiffel Tower ICONX, Big Ben ICONX, London Tower Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Golden Gate Bridge and The Empire State Building.
Recommended for ages 14 and up.
Skill level: Easy - Advanced.
Metal Earth Drum Set Reviews
Waste of moneyBy: Julie Devine on 18 December 2017This is highly fiddly and almost impossible to put together. Not impressed at all...complete waste of money.
Complex and low qualityBy: Jack on 18 December 2017If you want a great gift for someone, unless you have a superhuman level of patience, a magnifying glass, needle nose pliers and an extremely steady hand, this is a terrible idea, the parts are small and fragile and the instructions are confusing.