Science Museum Plasma BallTKC
Use your hands to create a dramatic light show inside a glass ball.
The plasma ball also reacts to sound such as strong music beats, claps and other sharp noises making it great for placing on loudspeakers.
Argon and Neon lightning bolts, also known as plasma filaments, are projected from the centre electrode to the outer diameter of the ball. The electric conductivity of your hands or a finger on the outer ball will attract the lightning bolts and create a really spectacular effect.
Colours reflect on room walls in a very relaxing way so this is perfect for children as a night light and looks very smart on a desk.
Mains adaptor or use with batteries or the USB power cable included.
The Plasma Ball glass sphere measures 15cm
measurements w.160 x h.110 x d.110mm
perfect for age 8+
What our toy tester says…
A retro classic from the 1980s which makes a very cool present even for an adult.