#3 Bet Selling Toy- Elenco Snap Circuits Lights Physics Kit

November 23, 2013 - Comment

Watch and be amazed at what your tune can do with the new Snap Circuits Lights. Connect your iPod or any MP3 player and enjoy your tune as the lights alternate to the beat. Features: Infrared Detector, Strobe Mild, Color Changing LED, Lighted and Glow-in-the-Darkish Lovers, Strobe built-in circuit (IC), Fiber Optic conversation, Color organ

Watch and be amazed at what your tune can do with the new Snap Circuits Lights. Connect your iPod or any MP3 player and enjoy your tune as the lights alternate to the beat. Features: Infrared Detector, Strobe Mild, Color Changing LED, Lighted and Glow-in-the-Darkish Lovers, Strobe built-in circuit (IC), Fiber Optic conversation, Color organ controlled via iPod or other MP3 player, voice or finger.

Product Options

  • Be amazed at what your tune can do with the brand new Snap Circuits Lights
  • Shade organ managed by means of iPod or other MP3 player, voice or finger
  • Revel in your music as the lights exchange to the beat
  • Plus many more Snap Circuits initiatives
  • Ships in Licensed Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Another fun, educational product from the corporate that brings you Snap Circuits

Comments

G. Walls says:

Fun educational toy I bought this kit for my 6 year old son. He absolutely loves it! All of the components are encapsulated in plastic cases with snaps on them. The kit also comes with a clear plastic assembly board that is labeled with row and column coordinates. The instruction manual contains diagrams of the finished projects. The items are clearly labeled and easy to follow. My son loves being able to put the projects together and see something cool happen. When I first bought the kit, one of the components( the color changing LED) was not working. I called Elenco and they very promptly sent me a replacement part. I am very pleased with that. The manual provides instructions for 182 projects so your child can be busy with this for a long time. I would recommend adult supervision at the beginning especially if your child is younger that the recommended age of 8 to make sure that they are safe around moving parts like the motor and the fan and to make sure that they don’t create any short…

Carolyn McGarraugh "healthy eating" says:

Our grandsons loved them. We gave these to 2 of our grandsons, ages 13 and 15, as Christmas gifts. They both spent hours working on them together. They were just what I was looking for–something fun and educational. And they are good quality.

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