Saw Bones

£350 ex. VAT

This giant, table-top game will see you and your guests getting stuck into a great selection of crazy ‘surgical’ challenges.

Saw Bones is mounted on a huge ‘operating table’ and includes a timer, display, built-in sound effects and 10 removable body parts. Each player has three lives: hit your patient’s light-up nose to begin; and when you hear the ambulance siren wail, you’re out.

Nostalgic fun for a party, community event or team building challenge.


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  • 10 x body parts to remove
  • Operation instruments
  • Sound effects
  • Retro LED countdown timer


  • Equipment size: 0.9m wide x 1.78m deep x 1.1m tall
  • Operational area: 2m wide x 2m deep
  • Surface required: Flat surface indoors
  • Power requirements: 1 x standard 13amp household socket
  • Access requirements: Fits through a standard domestic doorway
Rhinefield Saw Bones
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Is there a doctor in the house? Matt will explain more…


  • The aim of the game is to get all ten body parts out of the model using the tongs provided - just be careful not to touch your patient at any time or else you’ll lose a life!

  • You have three lives before the ambulance siren sounds. Step aside and let another surgeon take control!

  • If you’re looking for a game that everybody knows and loves, this is for you! It’s great for exhibitions as it’s so brandable - but it also provides good, old-fashioned entertainment for your guests.

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