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First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand

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A-102484
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  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
  • First Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton Anatomy Model With Stand
Retail Price $265.00
Today's Price $250.00
— You save $15.00
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Description

This economical, life-size articulated adult plastic anatomical model is our most popular school-level skeleton. The 1st Quality Budget Bucky Skeleton with Stand is ideal for teaching the basics of anatomy when intricate textural nuances of the bone are not required. Articulated joints allow for movement. The Budget Bucky's arms and legs are removable for study. The Budget Bucky Skeleton features nerve branches, vertebral artery and herniated lumbar disc. Skull includes movable jaw, cut calvarium, suture lines, and 3 removable lower teeth. The anatomical structures depicted in simple detail on this life-size skeleton also allow for both students and patients to study more about the general anatomy of the human skeleton. Stand is included and connects at the coccyx.

We recommend this basic skeleton for use in secondary education situations, patient education, and medical offices.

Includes rolling stand. Size: 5' 6 inches tall. Weight: 23 lbs.

Q & A

Q: How Tall is is this Skeleton?
A: The Budget Bucky Skeleton is 5' 6" tall.

Q: Can Kids Use This Skeleton?
A: Yes, kids love Bucky! He does have some small parts, though, so we encourage adults to supervise all kids under the age of 8 when using this skeleton.

Q: Does This Product Include Any Extra Educational Materials?
A: This skeleton includes a pelvic-mounted stand, however, doesn't include a product key card or manual. A lot of customers pair the Budget Bucky Skeleton with our Skeletal System Anatomical Chart.

Q: Are the hands on this skeleton able to grasp or hold an item?
A: Yes, the fingers and hands on this skeleton articulate and are able to hold an item.

Q: What is the width from shoulder to shoulder on the Budget Bucky?
A: The width is approximately 15 inches from shoulder to shoulder

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Additional Information

Best Uses:
Medical Education, Patient Consultation
Product Class:
Economy
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7 Reviews

  • 4
    weak

    Posted by roscoe willie on Aug 23rd 2014

    skeleton is ok i just thought the stand was to weak and the legs could of been more spread out for balance for security. very good for price,

  • 1
    Budget but not first quality

    Posted by Nia Dancer on Jun 21st 2013

    The skeleton itself seems well made but the stand rod is not strong enough to hold the weight of the skeleton and keep it upright. The skeleton tilts forward.

  • 4
    Great Teaching Tool!!

    Posted by The Beej on Jun 21st 2013

    I teach art and I use the skeleton as a class model for figure drawing and to teach the underlying anatomy. Of course, the skeleton is not as perfect as the much more expensive models, but it is affordable and well made. It is accurate enough for beginner classes. By that, I mean that while the skeletal anatomy is not exact, all of the bones (including the hyoid) are decently represented and are easily recognizable, including individual carpal and tarsal bones, etc. Perfect Budget Skeleton!

  • 4
    Budget Bucky

    Posted by Artists for Lif on Nov 15th 2011

    We use the skeleton in our art classes to help the instructor show detail for the students who are learnig the aspect of figurative art

  • 5
    I would but this item again ! Perfect !

    Posted by Teacher on Sep 12th 2011

    I use this item in my classroom and the kids love it ! I love that the parts are moveable and the quality is awesome !

  • 5
    Great Basic Skeleton!

    Posted by Jim on Jul 19th 2011

    This is a great skeleton model for teaching or studying human anatomy. The price is really good for what you get.

  • 3
    price is good - get what you pay for....

    Posted by Helen Nia Train on May 4th 2011

    I appreciate the price and Cons:ider this a "you get what you pay for" experience. I've been spoilt by better quality skeletons at other venues. This skeleton was easy to put together and will do the job OK. At this price I can worry less about it being knocked/damaged/stolen. I was confused by the structure of the arms (it appeared to be pre-assembled wrong?) also received many screws and hard ware that I have no idea what they are for can only assume we receive lots of extras for repairs? no instructions.

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