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Three advanced electronics projects designed to teach, engage, and inspire kids and teens. Save $20 when purchased as a pack.
All 3 projects delivered together.
1. Hand-Crank Flashlight
Assemble your own hand-crank flashlight, great for outdoor adventures, emergencies, or just battery-free fun. Follow the hands-on experiments in the instruction set to learn how capacitors, stepper motors and diodes work.
Recommended for ages 12+. Individual price: $34.95
2. Light-Up Speaker
Explore the science of sound by building an amplification circuit to power your own personal speaker. Customize your speaker with a glowing LED, and learn about transistors and elecromagnetism through the included instruction set
Recommended for ages 12+. Individual price: $39.95
3. Geometric Laser Projector
Construct a variable speed laser projector, capable of producing a variety of different geometric patterns. Walk through the included instruction set to investigate the science behind lasers, potentiometers, and motors.
Recommended for ages 14+. Individual price: $44.95
- Hand-Crank Flashlight
- Light-Up Speaker
- Geometric Laser Projector
- LED Circuits
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Review by Nell R. on February 14, 2018
Love, love, love this set of projets!!! These electronics packs ae exactly what my son is into. Would love to see more of them! The only problem we had was with the laser projector. The little needle heads were too delicate.
Review by Leah K. on January 27, 2018
Our daughter had a blast. She really enjoyed using the breadboard and building it herself.
Great Christmas gifts for older kids
Review by Steve R. on January 26, 2018
They were great gifts for my grandchildren at Christmas (ages 10, 12,14)! Would love to see more like these next Christmas.
Challenging but fun for kids
Review by Jean L. on January 24, 2018
Challenging but fun for kids. The laser was the favorite followed closely by the speaker. The flashlight was a little challenging to put together with the very tiny pieces, but they loved it once it was done.
More like this!
Review by Amy J. on January 17, 2018
It was more advanced and my girl is 11 years old now and starting to itch for something harder. So it was great to have a harder project. Please make more more more like this!