This deluxe Snap Circuits kit has over 60 snap-together components that kids can use to build more than 300 electronic devices, including a motion detector, tone generator, oscillator, radio, and more.
This set includes everything in Snap Circuits 100, plus amplifiers, resistors, capacitors, transistors, and much, much more. The 74-pp. manual shows how these components can be used to create a wide variety of electronics projects. This kit is so engaging that your kids can experiment and learn on their own for hours at a time. You provide four AA batteries and help for younger children. Ages 8 & up.
This kit is very similar to the Advanced Kid Inventor kit which we sold previously.
Watch our video to see how this kit works:
Clear plastic base grid
58 colored snap-together connectors and electronic chips including a microphone, amplifier, capacitors, resistors, and transitstors
2 jumper wires
46-page guidebook with first 101 projects
74-page guidebook with projects 102-305
305 fun electronics projects total
An additional student guide with even more educational information is also available.
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Sort Reviews:Newest | Oldest | Highest Rating | Lowest Rating - Tuesday, December 13, 2011 wonderful Reviewed By: Rosalind I live in Canada and this set arrived within 4 days of ordering it in perfect condition. It is a wonderful electronics set - my husband is an electronics tech and was suitably impressed - the instructions are very easy to follow. A great Christmas gift!
- Wednesday, January 06, 2010 Fantastic set Reviewed By: Julie of KY This is a fantastic set. My son loves to use it an is learning lots. The instructions are very clear and easy to use. I would recommend this for young and older children as it is a powerful tool to explore electricity.
- Tuesday, December 30, 2008 Awsome Reviewed By: Rhonda Strebeck This was the hit of Christmas. The kids (5 and 9) do not get tired of it and the directions are great. Durable. Right away my 9 year old was discovering that if you want to run more things to run them in parallel and not in series. After becoming familiar with it they are creating there own ideas.
- Thursday, February 07, 2008 Following the Instructions brings great results! Reviewed By: Raelene James It is fun as long as you follow the directions, but there isn't room for exploring on your own without blowing ICs. Some of my kids liked it and some of them didn't. I liked it because it made music and whizzed a fan into the air!
- Monday, February 04, 2008 Easy and fun Reviewed By: Kristine Correira All three of my kids, ages 4 to 8, love snapping together these pieces. The parts are durable and easy to use, and the booklets come with many project ideas. It's a great way for kids to learn about circuits through hands-on self-guided exploration.