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Super gyroscope on its own

Super Precision Gyroscope (without gimbals) - £95.00

The Super Precision Gyroscope is a completely new gyroscope, designed from scratch and precision-built to extremely high standards. Made from solid brass and aluminium, it runs on miniature high-grade ball bearings. A free electric motor starter spins it up to 12,000rpm. There is an optional gimbal kit and rate kit. More information about the Super Precision Gyroscope (without gimbals)

Walnut box for super gyroscope with lid shown open

Luxury box for super gyroscope - £24.00

Custom made from walnut, this box really makes an impressive gift, award or maybe a retirement present. It is a hinged solid walnut box with 7mm thick sides, soft foam, hidden magnet catches and a varnish finish makes a lavish storage box. More information about the Luxury box for super gyroscope

Gimbals add-on kit for super gyroscope

Super Gyroscope Gimbals (add-on kit) - £40.00

This kit provides additional components for use with the Super Precision Gyroscope allowing a much wider range of experiments to be performed. The gimbals make precession and nutation forces easy to demonstrate. More information about the Super Gyroscope Gimbals (add-on kit)

Cyclone Toy gyroscope

Cyclone Gyroscope - £14.99

Gyroscopic forces have amazed mankind for hundreds of years. You can perform feats that defy gravity. Discover the secret forces of physics within your Cyclone Gyro. It has a easy to start rip cord and soft ends to stop damage to surfaces. A great educational toy. More information about the Cyclone Gyroscope

Gyrobot

Gyrobot2 - The Amazing Tightrope-Walking Gyrobot - £37.00

A robot fit for the circus! With this kit, you can build a robot that walks, step by step, along a tightrope. How? Thanks to the robot’s main component, a gyroscope, it can maintain its balance and perform this fun trick without falling over! More information about the Gyrobot2 - The Amazing Tightrope-Walking Gyrobot

Deluxe toy gyroscope with stand string and pull cord

Deluxe Gyroscope - £7.99

This gyroscope was designed to be an improvement on the Tedco gyroscope and is the most precise toy gyroscope for its price. Tiny ball bearings in the shaft and a well-balanced wheel keep the gyroscope spinning for several minutes. More information about the Deluxe Gyroscope

Tedco gyroscope on stand

Tedco Original Toy Gyroscope - £6.98

Produced since circa 1911, this original Tedco gyroscope has been a classic educational toy for generations. Instantly recognisable by generations as the 'one' they played with. It Includes starting string, clear cube box, pedestal/tower, and instructions for amazing tricks. More information about the Tedco Original Toy Gyroscope

Red mini gyroscope with supplied stand and string

Mini Gyroscope - £4.00

This mini gyroscope comes in a box just 2.5 inches (6cm) square. The disk is 2 inches (5cm) across and because of its size it is ideal for younger children from about 5 years old. More information about the Mini Gyroscope

Light Up Gyroscope with stand and supplied string

Light Up Gyroscope - £9.98

This toy gyroscope has a mesmerising light show when spun up with the supplied pull string. The gyroscope is a good size and weight for a toy gyroscope, the spin times are also good. More information about the Light Up Gyroscope

UFO style gravitron gyroscope

Gravitron - £5.50

This is another variation on the humble gyroscope appealing to children's imaginations. The Gravitron is concealed in a U.F.O. style case and is operated with a simple-to-use T-handle suitable especially for small children. More information about the Gravitron

Laser tachometer

Pocket Digital Laser Tachometer - £9.98

Tachometers are used to measure the rate of rotation (in revolutions per minute) of a spinning object. This one uses a laser beam which allows for non-contact measurement. It is ideal for measuring the speed of gyroscopes and a `must-have' for laboratory experiments. More information about the Pocket Digital Laser Tachometer

Gyroscope Book Gyroscopes - For Students Engineers and Pilots

Gyroscopes - For Students, Engineers and Pilots - £29.16


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This book was written as a response to a lack of publications offering easily understandable information on gyroscopes. This book aims to fill the gap between dictionary definitions and the all too often highly mathematical books on gyroscopes. With the aid of illustrations you will be shown the principles of gyroscopes including precession and nutation, where and how gyroscopes are used, practical mathematical examples and some of the history of gyroscopes. More information about the Gyroscopes - For Students, Engineers and Pilots

Rate Gyroscope Kit

Super Gyroscope Rate Kit - £25.00

This kit turns the Super Precision Gyroscope and gimbals kit into a rate gyroscope making an ideal demonstration for pilot training or physics lessons. More information about the Super Gyroscope Rate Kit

Lecture Gyroscope

Brass Lecture Gyroscope - £599.99

Based on University lecture gyroscopes from the Victorian era (19th century) this gyroscope is made from solid brass and is over 12 inches tall. It runs almost silently on precision stainless steel miniature ball bearings. More information about the Brass Lecture Gyroscope