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UGears Royal Carriage

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The Royal Carriage, a newly released build-your-own mechanical set from UGears.

In the inspiration of 1902 State Landau carriages, our toy engineers created this incredibly detailed self-propelled model of a 4-horse-pulled coach. Special attention was put in the fun detailing and the design of the Carriage. Just check out an imitating leather compartment seats, the Royal coat of arms, engraved on the door panels, and the coachmen, dressed in the finest attire.

Almost every element in the design of this Royal model is genuine and fully functioning. The doors, locking in the open and closed position; the rubber-band motor and the exposed working motor suspension belts, all these features make the Carriage look original and realistic.

Additionally, the Royal Carriage set comes with two pairs of figurines to choose from, Prince Harry in his finest military attire and his beautiful bride Meghan, and HRH The Queen with HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

Complete Your Set:

UGears Horse Mechanoid, UGears Tower Windmill, UGears Stagecoach

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How UGears Royal Carriage Works

The Royal Carriage model is driven by a small and compact rubber band motor, that is visible through the carved body of the coach. The winding key, in the shape of the Royal coat of arms, is located in the back of the Carriage. A full wind ( about 20-25 half turns of a winding key) sets the model in motion, allowing it to cover up to 13 feet in a single setting. When the carriage is fully wound, release the activating back axle lever and watch your regal “coach and four” stroll away to a Royal gathering.

Like all UGears models, the Royal Carriage is made with high-quality plywood and is assembled without the use of glue or any special tools.

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HOW TO MAKE UGears Royal Carriage

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Ugears - NATURAL - Made of woo

Made of wood


Assembling without glue and chemicals


Details are already cut and ready to assemble

Ugears - MECHANICAL - The models produce motion

The models produce motion

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  1. 8 months ago
    My nine-year old daughter is obsessed with Cinderella and when she saw me building this carriage from UGears, she would watch me as I did it. It’s amazing how this not only gets the builder’s attention, but other people’s attention as well!
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  2. 8 months ago
    My twin sister loves any form of old transportation. She loves how they are built and how they move. I figured that for her birthday, to get her one of her favorite transports; the UGears Royal Carriage. I can’t wait to see what she thinks of it!
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  3. 9 months ago
    I love everything about carriages, I have since I was a little girl. I love their affiliation in fairytales and heir appearance in real life. Buying this model has given me a smile on my face whenever I see it as I walk through the door to my home office.
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