Elenco 130-in-1 Electronic Playground and Learning Center

November 18, 2013 - Comment

A great introduction to the world of electronics! Start a great hobby in electronics. Spring coil connections make it safe and easy for anyone to use. Includes detailed; step-by-step illustrated manual for easy construction. Comes with built-in speaker; 7-segment LED display; two integrated circuits and rotary controls. Everything you need to build an AM Broadcast

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A great introduction to the world of electronics! Start a great hobby in electronics. Spring coil connections make it safe and easy for anyone to use. Includes detailed; step-by-step illustrated manual for easy construction. Comes with built-in speaker; 7-segment LED display; two integrated circuits and rotary controls. Everything you need to build an AM Broadcast Station; Electronic Organ; Strobe Lights ; Timer; Logic Circuits and Much More!

Product Features

  • A classic electronics trainer with 130 experiments
  • Learn basic principles of electronics and electricity, physics and magnetism
  • Projects include: AM broadcast station, Electronic Organ, LED strobe light, Timer, Logic Circuts and much, much more
  • Includes easy-to-read, lab style, illustrated manual
  • Brought to you by Elenco Electronics, the same company the brings you Snap Circuits

Comments

Robert S. Cruikshank Jr. says:

Excellent design There are several kinds of electronic learning kits out there. The “Snap Circuits” are too simple, and confine understanding to manipulating black boxes. At the other end, I tried a 300 in 1 kit from another manufacturer that was too advanced to use alone–one needs an instructor in the hands-on skills required even to start to use it. Then there is the boxes of parts and soldering iron approach.But the best approach I have seen is this kind of design–the spring grip connectors remove the need for soldering irons so it is easy to assemble and disassemble projects. It also makes the kit safe for younger learners (or clumsy ones.) You can start as simply as “paint by numbers” and get fairly advanced. Many of the circuits are for entertainment rather than learning, and that is fine–the best instructional kit of this type I have seen, in terms of learning electronics, was also fairly dull. This kit has a good mix, and ranges from basic components up to a couple of small…

Happy Mommy says:

My 10 year old son is in Electronics Heaven My inlaws purchased this for my ten year old son who has been saying he wants to be an engineer when he grows up. It’s PERFECT! Challenging, but not overwhelming. He’s had the toy open now for 24 hours and has already done the first 8 (of 130) projects in the book. If you have a child who’s always wanting to know how things work and who loves to work with his hands, this is a great choice! A+

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