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Get ready to create your own spider webs! Liquefy, inject and extract your own webs using the Spider-Man Web Creator Lab. Sticky or stretchy? Web balls or web nets? Red or blue webs? You decide! Then let the web adventure begin.
Manufacturer #: 18015
Product Weight:1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions (in inches):12.2 x 11.1 x 3.1
Average Customer Rating:
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Nothing but garbage!
About Me Parent of Two or More Children, Stay at Home Parent
Comments about Uncle Milton Marvel Science Spider-Man Web Creator Lab:
same as above comment....nothing worked, kids were so disappointed.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Our box didn't have the web gel packets!
from brooklyn, ny
We literally just brought home the spider man web creator lab and it didn't include the web material gel packets. We're bringing it back for a refund.
prepare for disappointment
from Kent, Oh
About Me Education Oriented, Parent
We thought our son would think this was awesome, even though he was a little young for it. We figured we'd help him with it. Turns out there wasn't enough help in the world to make this fun. The concept is to submerge the goo packet in warm water to turn the goo to liquid, use the syringe to inject it in the mold, and as it cools it hardens. We could NOT get the stuff to liquefy. We tried as the directions showed (squash the pack in the tiny cup provided). Barely any water would fit. We tried running it under hot tap water. We tried pouring boiling water over it. It took over a half hour (it says submerge for 5 minutes) to get 3/4 of the goo to dissolve. We tried putting it in the syringe. Most of the liquid stuck to the package, the chunks fell in and clogged the syrige, and not enough goo got into the mold leading to a half-formed web chunk. When I pulled the syringe out, the remaining liquid gushed out the plunger end and got EVERYWHERE. And this wasn't just the first time. We have tried both red and blue goo, different methods/containers for heating, different ways to pour the goo in, different ways to fill the mould... it's just not a good design or material to work with. Do not waste your money!!!
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