Brackitz is the only construction toy that lets you design any driving machine you can imagine. Anything.
The Brackitz Driver Set includes 43 pieces and directions for ten driving machines - from a spinning gyro-copter to a space rover to a wind-up blaster. With wheels, axles, hubs and rubber-band drivetrains, engineers of all ages can design and build machines that spin, explore space, fly through the air, or drive crazy fast. No driver's license required!
Unleash Your Creative Power!
The Brackitz Pulley Set includes 77 pieces and directions for 8 contraptions - from a moving draw bridge to a 4-foot flying zip line to a bucket escalator. With pulleys, axles, hubs, hook, crank and string, engineers of all ages will have fun building and cranking contraptions that haul, lift, slide and move up/down. No hard hat required
The Brackitz Bugz Playpark has 47 pieces including a motorized vibrating bug and directions for building over 20 play parks and obstacles. Race your motorized bug through crazy obstacles like the Toppling Tower, Super Spinner or make your own. Every race and playpark combination is different - The possibilities are endless. No helmet required.
Already own some Bracktiz, but want to add motion?
The Brackitz Cool Driving Parts Set includes all the parts you need for driving - wheels, axles, hubs, rubber-band drivetrains, and directions for ten driving machines - from a spinning gyro-copter to a space rover to a wind-up blaster. Engineers of all ages can design and build machines that spin, explore space, fly through the air, or drive crazy fast. No driver's license required!
Great starter set!
Unique, connect-anywhere Brackitz attach to traditional planks at any angle, enabling builders of all ages to construct everything from small-scale builds to larger-than-life, gravity-defying, 3-D structures - no limits! With plastic planks and rotating pieces, the Inventor 28 Piece Set is a great starter set and enables anyone age 3-103 to create builds with moving parts! Versatile, durable, and portable, award-winning Brackitz brings real-life art, math, science, architecture, and engineering principles into play.