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vtguru 77 60 November 9, 2012 at 05:40 AM in Children (3) More Amazon Deals
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Snap Circuits Extreme SC-750
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...PDKIKX0DER

This and the SC-300 have been fluctuating quite a bit and this is pretty low for the 750

Product Features
Build over 750 experiments with 80 parts
Experiments included: sound activated switch, lie detector, adjustable light controller, am radio, rechargeable battery and many more
Parts included: photoresistor, power amplifier, variable capacitor, analog meter, solar cell, computer interface, full color manuals
Snap-Circuits have received the following Awards: National Parenting Center-Seal of Approval, Creative Child –Toy of the Year
Toy Industry Association - Specialty Toy of the Year, Dr. Toy 100 Best Children’s Products, Dr. Toy 10 Best Educational Products

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The 750 also contains the solar panel, the vibration switch, and the electromagnet (as well as many more experiments). Stating that the difference is "mainly the computer leads" is rather misleading.
Thanks I uploaded a picture to my post. To me it is 'mainly' as I already have the solar panel from their solar kit (which I got last year for $6) [amazon.com].
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Thanks I uploading a picture to my post. To me it is 'mainly as I already have the solar panel from their solar kit (which I got last year for $6) [amazon.com].
Huh???
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In for 1 to continue my tradition of buying things for my kids when they are about 3 years away from the recommended age.
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In for 1 to continue my tradition of buying things for my kids when they are about 3 years away from the recommended age.
huh???
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This looks awesome! I used to play with similar kits from Radio Shack when I was a kid, and now I is a rocket scientist!
Clearly not an English major. Smilie
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I'm a EE and got this for my kids because I would've loved it when I was a kid. They could care less. They'd rather be reading, doing art, creating comics, playing with legos, or playing outside. I'm not complaining or TCing, just measure it up to your kid's disposition or there may be disappointment when the gift is opened.
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I'm a EE and got this for my kids because I would've loved it when I was a kid. They could care less. They'd rather be reading, doing art, creating comics, playing with legos, or playing outside. I'm not complaining or TCing, just measure it up to your kid's disposition or there may be disappointment when the gift is opened.
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I work in IT and any attempt to get my daughter interested in anything computer related (other than playing a game) fails. I would have killed for sutff like this when I was a kid. Would have save me a lot of electrical burns taking apart random crap in my house.
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Quote from scout View Post :
I have an 11 yr. old - would the 100 pc set be too "young"?
No, not if he/she is into building and loves doing stuff like this. In the book there are step by step guides of how to build thing or they can do their own stuff using their imagination. I also have an almost 10 yr old but he does not even care for Legos. He is more all sports all the time. I think you just go by knowing your childs disposition.
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Clearly not an English major. Smilie
There is sarcasm somewhere between "now" and "I"Wink
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#25
These sets are nice. They are easy to build and they work.
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I work in IT and any attempt to get my daughter interested in anything computer related (other than playing a game) fails. I would have killed for sutff like this when I was a kid. Would have save me a lot of electrical burns taking apart random crap in my house.
lol, that's funny, the reverse is true in my case, my kids are asking / and fighting each other for this stuff ...
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thanks.. I need 3 sets and this is just 2 expensive.. Have to get 3 as dont want to disappoint other kids
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I'm a EE and got this for my kids because I would've loved it when I was a kid. They could care less. They'd rather be reading, doing art, creating comics, playing with legos, or playing outside. I'm not complaining or TCing, just measure it up to your kid's disposition or there may be disappointment when the gift is opened.
Do you actually mean that they "couldn't" care less?
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This looks awesome! I used to play with similar kits from Radio Shack when I was a kid, and now I is a rocket scientist!
They still make rockets in the US?
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Clearly not an English major. Smilie
Clearly, I should have been playing with these [amazon.com] instead. Smilie
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