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Giant Inflatable Planet: Uranus

Updated: Mar 15

Uranus is the third largest planet in our solar system. This pretty blue planet has some unique features, in that it's the only planet in our solar system to have an opposite rotational pattern than the rest of the other planets. This inflatable Uranus is a detailed inflatable prop that can be used for a variety of applications. School dances, museums, planetariums, and convention centers can all use our inflatable planets to decorate their interior spaces. These inflatable planets are also great decorations for companies or random parties. Made from tough vinyl materials, our inflatable planets are commercial grade and designed to last many years. Made in the USA.



The Uranus replicas typically feature the distinctive blue-green coloration of the planet. Our model is a huge sphere with colors and graphics with high detail to simulate the planet as closely as possible to the real thing.


Inflatable Replicas: Uranus
6-Foot Inflatable Uranus Replica

Planet replicas can be an effective tool for science education and outreach. By providing a fun and interactive way to learn about the solar system, these replicas can help spark interest in astronomy and encourage people to learn more about the cosmos. These replicas are intended to be a fun and informative way to engage people with science and astronomy. They can be installed either on top of a roof, on the floor or even hung from a roof as a display.


Giant Inflatable Planet Uranus Prop
Giant Inflatable Uranus

Large replicas of planets often feature detailed graphics that aim to accurately represent the physical features and characteristics of the planet. These graphics can be particularly important for educational and scientific purposes, as they can help students and researchers better understand the structure and composition of the planet.


Inflatable Replicas - Uranus
15 Foot Uranus Replica


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