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The Soundtracker will react to sound impulses and objects in its way. It will reverse away from a sound or obstruction, than move forward.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5249 (added 10/27/2005)
Learn and build your own AM/FM Radio Kit. Safe,solderless,educational and fun!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5248 (added 10/27/2005)
Gear Drive Operation-Learn how motors,gears and pulleys put things in motion.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5246 (added 10/27/2005)
Teaches you how a telephone works! No special tools are needed to build this telephone. Includes the latest features such as last number redial,mute,flash,pulse/tone switch,ringer on/off switch. Full color assembly manual.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5245 (added 10/27/2005)
Easy to build-Press & release the switch and watch the saucer rise into the air!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5243 (added 10/27/2005)
This fun introduction to the world of advanced and beginning electronics comes complete with everything needed to perform 130 electronic experiments in one kit. It includes a fact-filled illustrated manual and requires no tools or soldering. The kit has a built-in speaker, 7-segment LED display, two fully integrated circuits and rotary controls. Each of the basic electronics parts is mounted and clearly marked on the breadboard.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3563 (added 5/12/2005)
This easy to build kit will teach you how electronics voices are made. No solderning is required and our full color assembly manual takes you step by step in putting it together. Features hourly reports and rooster crow for alarm.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 2431 (added 1/5/2005)
Non-soldering kit that shows you how to build exciting circuits: Alarm,Kazoo,Transistor radio,Voltmeter and more.
— Gregory Faith, owner of Inside Out Hobbies in Nashua, N.H., told TDmonthly in a May 2015 survey that this was one of their best-selling activity kits.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 2430 (added 1/5/2005)
Series of mechanical motorized wooden kits, for future engineers to design and build a gearbox by themselves. Learn how motors and automotive transmissions work. Kits include the following: Tyrannomech, Automech, Coptermech, Robomech, Trainmech and Stegomech.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 2429 (added 1/5/2005)
Kevin Tjaden, owner of Scientific Wizardry in Boise, Idaho, had this to say: “It's an electronic kit — kind of like the ones we had when we were kids. … It's really taken off. It also targets the right age range: 8-14, which allows for increased market share. It's become easier to use and easier to understand. As parents, everyone remembers it, but certain parts didn't work that well, certain springs would fall apart. … By solving those problems, people say, "This is like what I had as a kid, but better!”
— As of 12/17/2012 this product had 4.9 out of 5 stars from 477 reviews on Amazon.com and was No. 16 on the top 100 bestselling toys and games. PROS: Fun and educational, lots of possible circuits. CONS: Kit doesn't always explain how the circuits work.
— In a late Summer 2012 survey, four out of 12 retailers told TDmonthly that Snap Circuits were one of their best selling Science & Nature toys.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 1116
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