Newtons Cradle

Learn about the conservation of momentum and energy with this classic desk toy.
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This is the original classic executive desk toy. Five polished metal balls are suspended from an all metal frame and solid black base. This stylish device demonstrates the 'conservation of momentum and energy'. The pendulum sound of the balls clacking together aids, creativity, focus and relaxation. It is the prefect gift for gadget lovers, teachers, DIY fiends and busy executives.

Age: 12 +

What You Get

Large Newton's Cradle (Height 18cm, Base 12cm x 18cm) all in an attractive box.

How does it work?

Newton's Cradle is named after Sir Isaac Newton, the world renowned scientist who unraveled the mysteries of physics, and introduced his laws of Motion. 'For every action there is an equal opposite reaction'. Newton's Cradle is a brilliant and fascinating demonstration of Newton's third law.When one ball is raised and released it will collide with the static balls in the centre, transmitting energy. When the energy reaches the last ball, it swings out and back again. If two balls are pulled back and released, then the last two balls swing out, etc.


  • Physics
  • Newton's Laws of Motion
  • Conservation of momentum and energy
  • Kinetic and potential energy


Newton's Cradle has been a corporate gift favourite for years.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

More Information
Length (cm) 18
Width (cm) 12
Height (cm) 18
Age Group 12+ Years
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