Model Steam Engine (Type D2)
Wilesco's Smallest Steam Engine
This beauty is sure to turn heads. Heated with a special beeswax tealight, the filigree oscillating cylinder of the engine purrs up and down and drives the glittering flywheel afloat. It's a pleasure to watch this mechanical masterpiece come to life.
The contents of the kettle last more than 30 minutes. The package includes a syringe for filling the water in the tank, a small tube of special oil and the special beeswax tealight.
Like all Wilesco steam engine models, this model stands out for its outstanding workmanship. The steam engine fascinates children and adults alike and is ideal as a gift for technology enthusiasts.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
70 x 70 x 120 mm
Did You Know That...
- Wilesco originally produced cutlery in 1912
- The first steam engine was made in 1698
- Steam engines use hot water to drive pistons back & forth
- Most steam engines heated the water by burning coal