Hydraulic Cherry Picker Description

Cherry Pickers are machines that get used all over the world. They often help people access high places, such as trees, power lines, or the outside of buildings. Firefighters also use them to access hard-to-reach places.

The term 'cherry picker' comes from the machine's original use - to help people pick cherries, and they are still used in fruit orchards today, helping to reach fruit at the tops of trees.

The cherry picker remains level as it rises, so the people on the platform won't fall off.

This model uses the same principles as those used in real Cherry Pickers. The main difference is the use of water instead of hydraulic fluid. This is a great example of how technology can help us reach new places!

With the Hydraulic Cherry Picker, kids can learn about hydraulics and simple machines, including levers and parallel linkages.

What's Included:

  • Instructions that are clear and easy to follow
  • Pre-cut, ready to assemble pieces made from natural, untreated wood
  • Glue
  • Syringes
  • Screw eyes
  • Tubing

Recommended for ages 8 and up. 

The finished model when fully extended measures 90 x 320 x 320mm.

Stimulate your child's curiosity with this educational and fun toy!

Shipping & Delivery

Pop your order in before 12 Noon Mon - Fri and if everything is in stock we’ll dispatch it that day guaranteed for you. This excludes public holidays of course.

You have two options to get your entire order shipped, standard delivery for $10 or our express service for $15 (excludes bulky items as labelled)

All your selections are sent with full tracking so you keep an watch on them as they progress to your delivery address. You can easily check the progress of your entire order by clicking on the tracking link in your dispatch email.

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