What do you get for the golfer who has everything? This! A vintage 1970's moving sculpture from the geniuses at Kinetico Inc., this piece is just great. What we love most about it, beyond aesthetic appreciation, is how well it works--with absolutely no computer or digital component of any kind. A purely mechanical piece that works thanks to old-fashioned engineering is very satisfying for some reason. Watch the video to see how the golfer hits the ball. Fun.
Metal, glass head, plastic pedestal; excellent condition, everything works.
12" W x 14" H; Base is 5" x 5"
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