The Tower Windmill
The Tower Windmill
The Tower Windmill
The Tower Windmill

The Tower Windmill

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Build Your Own Tower Windmill & Watch It Come To Life

The Tower Windmill from is more than a mechanical puzzle. It is an exciting adventure into the history of old England. The model is based on the Chesterton Windmill, a 17th-century cylindrical stone tower windmill that was built outside the village of Chesterton, Warwickshire county.

Built around 1632-33, the Windmill was restored between 1965 and 1974 and today it is the earliest tower mill in England to retain any of its working parts.

TOWER WINDMILL DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Assembled size:
13.8” X 18.9” X 8.7”
Estimated time of assembly:
9-16 hours
Difficulty level:
Hard
Number of parts:
585
Tools and materials:
Made of high quality plywood; assembly requires no glue or cutting
Recommended Age:
14+

United States: 5-8 working Days
United Kingdom: 10-15 working days
Canada: 10-20 working days
Australia: 10-20 working days
Europe: 10-20 working days
Other: 10-20 working days

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What's In The Box?

All our model kits come with everything you need for assembly.

▶︎ All parts are laser pre-cut into a high-quality plywood board for easy removal and assembly.

▶︎ Motion is accomplished using rubber bands or metal springs, gears and gravity.

▶︎ Detailed color diagrams and step-by-step instructions are provided.

▶︎ No glue, special expertise, tools or equipment are required.

Customer service is available 24/7, with spare parts provided and shipped free of charge.

Benefits of Building

Our sets make a wonderful hobby for constructors, and a thoughtful gift for just about anyone in your life. Our mechanical models and building sets come in three skill levels: EASY, MEDIUM and ADVANCED.

Warning: our beautiful, timeless machines and mechanical puzzles can be addictive, and you may find your collection growing as you move on to more challenging builds!

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