Minecraft Foam Pickaxe by ThinkGeekMinecraft Foam Pickaxe by ThinkGeek

Minecraft Foam Pickaxe by ThinkGeek


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Replicating the stone pickaxe from Minecraft, the Minecraft Foam Pickaxe is an officially licensed Minecraft product. Okay, so a foam pickaxe is probably not going to bash through solid rock (or even soggy drywall for that matter), but with this baby in your hand you'll feel like you can.

The Minecraft Foam Pickaxe is made from sturdy EVA foam, which means that unlike the stone pickaxe in the game, the Minecraft Foam Pickaxe will withstand far more than 132 uses.  EVA makes the Minecraft Foam Pickaxe a sturdy tool, hefty yet with enough cushion that you'll feel comfortable bashing a wide variety of materials. 

Product name:Minecraft Foam Pickaxe by ThinkGeekDimensions:13.5" H × 1" W × 18" LShipping weight:0.25 lbs.UPC:847509002094

Appropriate for ages: 8 - adult

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's Fine Bought this for my 8 year old son 2 years ago. He played with it a bit, but to him it's more a part of a Minecraft collection than for play, so it serves its purpose. I thought it was a decent weight and reasonable durable feeling, but other reviewers say it's flimsy, so perhaps my son just wasn't as hard on it as others. Would serve well as a display or an accessory to a Halloween costume.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality I bought 3 of them for each one of my sons for Christmas. One is already broken. For such an expensive toy it should last longer then a week.
Date published: 2015-01-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Probably good for Halloween Bought this for Christmas for my 6 yr old and it sits in his bedroom. Waste of money in my opinion, but maybe he'll use it for Halloween. Durability, I think that if he hits something hard a few times, it will break as I hear a click when you shake it. The click comes from where it is joined where the *axe* and *handle meet*. It's not one solid piece.
Date published: 2015-01-12