Bruce Charles Designs - April Newsletter

Bruce Charles Designs - April Newsletter

Today's Homeschool Lesson -THE PARTS OF A TOP Since it seems like we're all homeschooling right now, we thought we'd bring you a FUN science (or maybe social studies or vocabulary or even physics?!) lesson about a spinning top!Did you know that a Schulte spinning top has different parts? READ THE FULL "LESSON" HERE We have officially launched our Bruce Charles Designs Facebook group! In this time of social distancing, it was more important than ever to have an extra way to connect with our customers. We'd love for you to join us and hang out with us...online! 💻And as an extra bonus,...

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BRUCE CHARLES DESIGNS SHIPPING UPDATE - MARCH 2020

BRUCE CHARLES DESIGNS SHIPPING UPDATE - MARCH 2020

We know the last days/weeks have been difficult for all of us. As we adjust to having families all at home together, we've seen an increase in the number of Schulte tops and bases/lenses sold. It makes us so happy to know that we created something that can help so many of you have a little fun during this crazy time! We are excited to tell you that we are still able to ship all Bruce Charles Designs products, so keep those orders coming! Due to Amazon shipping delays, we worked hard to get our inventory accessible for us to be able...

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Bruce Charles Designs Spinning Top Base and Glass Lens Now Available!

Bruce Charles Designs Spinning Top Base and Glass Lens Now Available!

So you have a Spinning Top… Perhaps it’s even a Bruce Charles Schulte Brass Metal Spinning top (or our bronze, aluminum or stainless steel spinning top)– but how do you get the BEST spins out of it? Introducing, the Bruce Charles Designs Spinning Top Base - Your Must-Have Addition to our Spinning Top EDC Collection! Our Precision-Machined Teak Top Spinning Base and Fused Silica Spinning Glass with Double Concave Lens is the best EDC Spin Top Base on the market. Created from hand-selected Teak wood, this base is made from the hardest, strongest, most durable of the hardwoods and designed to last! Got a small spinning top...

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Ball vs. Point...and We Aren't Talking About Pens

Ball vs. Point...and We Aren't Talking About Pens

"Why a ball and not a point, like my top had when I was a kid?" We hear this comment a lot about our tops. Because tops have existed since antiquity, they are a classic! Traditionally tops were constructed of wood, sometimes with an iron tip. They spun with the help of a string or rope coiled around the top's axis, which, when pulled quickly, caused a rapid unwinding that would set the top in motion.  But with all classic toys, developments and technology have shaped how they evolve. Today, many spinning tops are made from plastic or metal. And...

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