You’ve certainly played with marbles, on the beach or anywhere outside, at least once in your lifetime. Playing on the beach is very easy: it’s sufficient to build a track with your hands, making little sand banks, and then start. Till nowadays, it was impossible to live the same experience at home or play without tracing the track. But now Mr. Armando Bulfone has created an innovative sectional track made in plastic and formed by a multitude of sections that can be added at any time in order to extend the size of the track and consequently increase the fun of the game. In order to make it more solid, the sections that form the track are tight; in this way, by inserting sand or water, the track results more heavy and consequently appears like "stuck" on the ground. On the edge of the entire path the inventor has stamped some grooves able to contain the marbles of the players who must "stop for a go" or to hold them so that they can easily be used whether a new competitor comes to play. Compared with the traditional tracks, it has the advantage that some particular sections can be inserted such as "dead rings", steps of every kind, hollows, tunnels, etc., so making the normal game of marbles a compelling race made of original tricks that only the most ingenious and skilful players can overcome. This track can be realized in any colour and with standard or recycled plastic. Its cost, considering the materials used, will be very low and accessible to everybody. Therefore, if you are interested in this useful and amusing invention for youths but also for adults, and wish to receive further information, contact us at our telephone numbers indicated at the end of the page or you can write us using the appropriate ELECTRONIC FORM
. The inventor is preparing handmade prototypes in order to show them to potential customers who could so test the outstanding performance of this extraordinary and amusing patent. In these pictures you can see some potential solutions of the possible physical realization of such a beautiful track. We remind you that all the prototypes shown on this site are patented. Any forgery, either partial or total, of the items depicted in the photos or drawings will be punished by law both in Italy and abroad. All the texts are instead protected by copyright.