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    Elite Member czechsonofagun's Avatar
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    Jun 2006
    Old Dominion
    Kubota B1750

    Default New toy

    My wife got this for her school class:

    Electronic Snap Circuits

    Just the simpliest elementary set - but I still played with it for hours. That is such an amazing toy I think I will get SC-500 for our kids for Christmas - and get it now to have time to test it really really well before December comes


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    Gold Member Wombat125's Avatar
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    SE Wyoming
    John Deere 5303

    Default Re: New toy

    I had something similar to this when I was around 12 years old. I dutifully assembled all of the "experiments", but I think the concepts were mostly lost on me. Now I would probably get much more out of the kit and the snap system looks a lot more elegant than mine was. Cool stuff.
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    Northwest, WA

    Default Re: New toy

    That's pretty cool. They'll have a blast.

    Growing up I had something similar but different.
    Jumper wires with spring connectors.

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    Default Re: New toy

    For the more experienced person try this site Ramsey Electronics
    We have used a few of them in classes that I have taken and everything is well thought out and documented.


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