Adult Supervision Required
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Buy The Geyser Tube™ In Bulk for Jaw-Dropping Demonstrations!
One of the most famous products for science classes is the Geyser Tube™. If you have tried to drop a Mentos candy into a bottle of soda without it, you probably got soaked, and maybe even missed the entire geyser. With this gadget, you will be sure to get the perfect launch while staying clean and dryA "and see the Mentos and soda reaction for yourself every time.
The Geyser Tube™ attaches to any plastic two-liter soda bottle. (Diet soda works best because it does not leave the sugary, sticky mess behind). Secure the trigger pin, then load the Mentos into the tube. Once you have locked the pressurizing nozzle in place, pull the pin and clear the area! When the Mentos drops, the soda geyser will shoot as high as 30 feet.
What makes this Geyser Tube™ better than all the rest is the trigger mechanism. The double-pull pin action gives you time to move out of the way and ensures a tight seal for the best buildup of pressure. Activate one geyser at a time or multiples all at once. Compare and contrast different brands and types of soda, as well as other variables and conditions.
Buy in bulk to supply your whole school or district with this set of 50 tubes and 50 rolls of Mentos. Plastic bottles of soda required, but not included.
In the U.S alone, nearly 30% of educational standards are overhauled, revised or edited each year. Tracking these changes demands the full-time expertise and we have the tool to manage those standards, so you can trust us as the leader in standards alignment. Correlations are made for all State, National, and Common Core Standards. In addition, we have Head Start standards for early childhood. And most recently, we’ve added both National STEM Standards and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).Learn More
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- Geyser Tube™ - 50 units
- 50 rolls of Mentos chewy mints
- Full-color teaching and activity guide