Inspired by ancient artillery and legendary battles of the past, Ugears goes medieval!

This exciting Archballista Mechanical Tower Kit provides a new spin on a classic war machine to test your conqueror’s skill.

Consisting of two parts – a siege machine and mechanical tower, both models are moveable and have plenty of articulated parts!

The Ballista has a firing unit and base with adjustable legs for stabilisation. The firing mechanism shoots wooden bolts, shooting up to 3 bolts in one round!

With elevation mechanisms to set the angle for the best aim, there is also a trigger for launching your missiles.

To change things up, you can even detach the firing module from the base and mount it on top of the Tower!

The tower itself has been given a partially ruined look, with missing bricks here and there. This ensures that you can observe the works of the internal gears!

Adorned with a heraldic dragon on a coat of arms, the tower features special gears on the side that raise the second level to reveal a spiral staircase.

By aiming your Ballista to hit the shield, the second level with collapse, dropping by your mighty weapon! Practice your aiming accuracy to take over the castle!

Do you accept the challenge of assembling these eco-friendly models? There’s no glue or special tools required!

Made from 100% laser-cut plywood (contains 292 pieces).

Assembly time: Approximately 6 hours.

Dimensions: Tower - 15.3cm x 9.5cm x 9.6cm | Archballista - 9cm x 8.1cm x 14.2cm.

Recommended for ages 14 and up.


UGears Archballista Mechanical Tower Kit Reviews

I bought this fo

11 August 2020
I bought this for my nephew. He absolutely loved it! This is not the first UGears product I have purchased from CoolThings Australia, I've bought them for all my family members (and myself!) Some of the larger models are a bit fiddly, but so much fun to put together and play with.

Arch Ballista

By: Deb on 6 March 2019
This amazing puzzle was very intricate. You had to be spot on with cutting. It was awesome when completed. Only thing is the tower is difficult to line up when it collapses. Otherwise great fun to make.

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