Sphero Terrain Park

SKU: ATP01BL1

This product is compatible with Sphero BOLT and SPRK+. We do not recommend for use with Sphero Mini.

Ramp, roll and ride the rails. With five challenging configurations, the customizable Sphero Terrain Park puts your skills to the ultimate test.


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$19.99

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