Here's your chance to pay tribute to your favourite cafe - a place to escape or meet with new and old friends. This DIY miniature room model complete with LED lighting will keep you busy for hours as you cut, fold, glue and transform the supplied pieces into delightful keepsake. This is a great project for a grandparent/parent to complete with a child, or the perfect gift for those who love hands-on activities.
What you see is what you get
Yes, everything you see in the photos is supplied. Printed paper, cloth, wooden parts, LED lighting as well as glue, paint and a brush. You will need 2 commonly available batteries to power the lights and some scissors or a craft knife (the photo below shows a different model).
Detailed instruction manual
An illustrated English instruction manual is included. Each task is clearly described and there are many colour photos to show you how to assemble each part and where to place everything (the photo below shows a different model).
Teddy bear dolls included
Cafe owner meets cafe racer for a cafe encounter. These 2 adorable teddy bear dolls add a unique character to your miniature room.
Incredible attention to detail
A lot of effort has been spent on little things such as plants, furniture and accessories. Turn on the LED lights to reveal your realistic-looking room.
Acrylic display box - optional
Protect and display your finished room with the matching Robotime doll house acrylic box. This Encounter Cafe kit requires the large size box.
- Moderate ★★★☆☆
- 195 pieces
- Average build time: 20 hours
- Various wood, paper, cloth and metal parts
- Illustrated instruction manual
- 2 x CR2032 lithium batteries
- Craft knife
- Model Number: TD02W
- Model weight: 850 grams
- Box weight: 1.3 kg
- Assembled size: 230 x 215 x 190 mm
- Teddy size: 70 x 35 x 30 mm
- Box size: 310 x 237 x 75 mm
- Not a toy - not suitable for children 3 or under
- Includes small parts that could be a choking hazard
What could possibly go wrong?
These miniature rooms take many hours to build and require patience and care. As with all DIY Kits, the more skill and experience you have, the better the result. If you're not careful, you could damage parts during removal, lose parts or install parts the wrong way round. Some parts are delicate and can get damaged if you apply too much pressure. Take your time and enjoy the experience.
What is the minimum recommended age to build this kit?
14 - however at this age an adult will need to step in occasionally to help out. All kids are different of course, but we're going to say that an average 16 year old could most likely build it independently.
What is the maximum recommended age to build this kit?
If you have steady hands and patience then the only thing left to stop you is your eyesight.
How long will the battery last?
It's an LED, so expect to get several hours of use.
Are the batteries hard to find?
No - the lighting is powered using a common lithium battery (see requirements above) available from hardware stores, supermarkets and chemists.
Do any parts move?
Is the model fragile?
It's unlikely to get damaged if it topples over, but if it is dropped from a height then be prepared for disappointment.
I love these miniature rooms! Do you have any more?
Sure do - check out the full range of Robotime Miniature Rooms.
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