Slinky - Anniversary Edition

Slinky - Anniversary Edition

A classic. Interesting fact: Marine engineer Richard James invented the Slinky in 1943 when he accidentally knocked a metal spring off his desk. He was amazed at how the metal spring traveled end-over-end across the floor. Age 5+ $7.99 .

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