Product Description

  • This economical, life-size articulated adult plastic model is our most popular school-level skeleton
  • It's ideal for teaching the basics of anatomy when intricate textural nuances of the bone are not required
  • Articulated joints allow for movement
  • The arms and legs are removable for study
  • Features nerve branches, vertebral artery, herniated lumbar disc and 200 numbered parts to identify the various bones
  • Skull includes movable jaw, cut calvarium, suture lines, and 3 removable lower teeth
  • Includes stand with rolling base
  • Light assembly required (attaching legs and inserting pole to base)
  • Size: 5' 5" tall. Weight: 36 lbs.
  • Please note, this is an economy model which does not demonstrate extensive detail. The manufacturer does not provide information as to the specific attributes demonstrated on this model. If you require a model which depicts specific features please review the details from one of our non-Budget options in this category.


Manufacturer Anatomical Chart Company
Item Ships From Kentucky


The manufacturer does not accept returns of non-defective items. All sales are final.


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Customer Questions
How accurately does this skeleton move? I'm looking for a skeleton to teach kinesiology, so it's important that it move correctly. Many have just fixed spines and ribs, and hands & feet that flex at the wrist and ankle but are otherwise fused. This looks like a better model than those, but I'd love some specifics of exactly what it does and doesn't have. Also, if there's a more appropriate one more my needs in the same price range (or less) please let me know.
The models that are described as Budget offer many features that are necessary for basic study. This particular model does offer basic movement through the major joints, but is not considered a kinesiology specific model. We do offer flexible skeletal models that offer shoulder blade rotation, flexible spines, ulnar/radius rotation, knee flexion etc however the price range of these units is typically...
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