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There are not many items in our product room that get as much use as the classic Tornado Tube. Just fill a plastic soda bottle (you supply) 2/3 full with water and connect it to the tornado tube. Then connect another bottle, and you're ready to go. A quick flip of the bottle and a little swirling motion and you have created your own water vortex. Add glitter or food coloring for a more dramatic swirl. Here at ScienceBobStore, Tornado Tube races are also popular. For ages 4 and up.
TORNADO TIP: To keep bottles from bending or getting dented, use carbonated water (seltzer) when filling the bottles. The pressure from the carbonation helps the bottles keep their shape.
Kyndale and her three children explored the Tornado Tube
while trying out a little Summer science.
Posted by Unknown on 02 10 2017
The record for fasted amount of time to get it the water from one bottle to the other is 10 seconds and the record for slowest time is about 5 minutes. see if you can beat that.
Posted by Kelly on 11 18 2014
So fun! 5 & 11 year old boys enjoyed putting different stuff inside the tornado..very entertaining
Posted by Unknown on 06 06 2012
Used these during a Webelos Campout actitive (10 & 11 yr olds) The boys loved them. We had them filled with different colored water to add to the look of our Scientist Station.
Service from Science Bob's was great!!