Planet Uranus Solar Powered Spinning Globe with Acrylic Base

$198.00
1 in stock
By Mova

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Take in the icy blue tones of Uranus, the 7th planet from the sun, presented in authentic detail like never experienced before.

In the far reaches of the solar system lies Uranus, known as an “ice giant” due to its cold temperatures and cool blue shades. A planet shrouded in mystery, few know of Uranus' beautiful medley of sky blue and azure tones or its slender, dark rings. We’ve taken real satellite images of Uranus supplied by NASA to create a scaled down model of this underappreciated planet in rarely seen clarity.

URANUS MOVA GLOBE

  • Made with NASA's high-resolution images of Uranus
  • Uranus globe turns using ambient light
  • Hidden magnets provide movement
  • No cords or batteries
  • 4.5"

Comes with acrylic tripod base. Upgrade to a premium wooden base today. 

 

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How it Works

 

MOVA Globes combine effortless performance with eye-catching graphics. Each handcrafted globe mingles vibrant artwork with our patented technology for flawless rotation without batteries or messy cords. Hidden solar cells use ambient light for power, while the earth’s magnetic field provides the necessary torque. These elements work in unison to power a whisper quiet mechanism, allowing the globe to rotate within a clear outer shell. Each piece is assembled with such precision, it appears the inner and outer layers are one – rotating without any outside power source.

 

Warranty

MOVA Globes are assembled by hand using the highest quality materials. Every MOVA Globe is guaranteed to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for 1 year from the original date of purchase when handled with proper care. Please contact MOVA for any warranty questions or concerns. 


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Greg Pennington
EXCELLENT FOR A SPACE CADET!

The Globe turns with light as it is supposed to and the colors of the Uranus globe match the NASA photos from various telescopes and Space Probes. It is a bland planet compared to the others but it is important to me.