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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Build your own motorized vehicles and machines and control them with a wireless remote control unit. A unique six-button infrared remote allows you to control three different motors simultaneously, moving each of them forward or in reverse, with easy-to-activate touch sensors. The three motors can be combined to make complex vehicles and machines in numerous configurations limited only by your imagination. Assemble 10 models demonstrating different ways in which the motors can be used including a bulldozer, car, three-wheeler, crane, antique car, plow, folding car, formula one racer, three-blade dozer, and robotic arm. After you have built the models in the instructions, you can design your own remote control creations.
The kit comes with three motors, remote control unit, battery holder, and building blocks. Collaborate with your fellow junior engineers to build fantastic and functional remote-control creations. The 48-page color instruction book included in this kit gives illustrated step-by-step instructions for the models to help children learn through play and develop their mechanical understanding, creative thinking skills, and hand-eye coordination. The 182 building pieces included in this set are compatible with those in all Thames & Kosmos Construction Series kits, Physics Series kits, Wind Power, and Hydropower kits.
Although these are a little hard for younger kids to put together on their own, being able to control your own constructions with a remote is AWESOME! My 7 year old loves this. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Mom of 2 boys
Fun and requires some detailed attention but nothing too complicated. Allows the children to use their imagination and at the same time learn how basic machines work.Published 10 days ago by Guardian
Too many pieces and they don't fit as well together as Lego's or Snap Circuits, but better than K'nex and much better than the science kit solar panel one. Read morePublished 14 days ago by DiscoDaddy
Purchased this item for my (at the time) 9 year old daughter for Christmas. She and my husband have only had time to build one of the motorized vehicles but they enjoyed doing... Read morePublished 16 days ago by SLT
It's a great idea but terribly executed. Many of the pieces are nearly impossible to push together and then pull apart, while others are too loose and come apart during operation. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Eric