Snap Circuits Light Electronic Science Kit

    Item number   w-el-scl-175
    List Price $99.99
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    Product Description

    Have deLIGHTful fun building, experimenting, listening to the music, and watching cool effects with this high-tech version of Snap Circuits! Snap Circuits Light Electronic Science Kit is another Elenco's innovative electronic lab for kids. With this Snap Circuit Light set you can build different combinations of electric circuits, connect your iPod or any MP3 player to your electronic scheme and make sound and light effects that change to the beat. Snap Circuits Light Electronic Science Kit comes with over 55 building parts and color illustrated instructions to experiment with more than 175 cool circuit science projects. As in all other Snap Circuits kits, the parts are mounted on plastic modules and just simply snap together. This electronic science lab from Educational Toys Planet includes infrared detector, strobe light with spinning patterns, color changing LED, glow in the dark flying fan, strobe integrated circuit (IC), fiber optic communication. Plus the science kit brings the unique color organ controlled by iPod or other MP3 player, voice or finger. Amaze your family and friends with stunning visual effects that you build with this exciting educational electronic toy!

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    Item Details

    • SKU w-el-scl-175
    • Manufacturer recommended age 8 years
    • Our recommended age 8 years
    • Brand Snap Circuits
    • Quantity available in stock 98
    • Dimensions of package 13.25" x 18.25" x 2.4"
    • Country of manufacture China
    • Manufacturer part number SCL-175
    • UPC 756619009186
    • ASIN B008PEKYA4
    • Packaged product weight 0.00 lb

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