7in1 DIY Solar Educational Space Fleet Kit

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Dhs. 45.00
Description: The 7 in 1 Solar Space Fleet kit is an innovative solar powered science kit that can transform into seven different lunar modules and energized via direct sunlight or micro rechargeable battery. The Solar Space Fleet, for example, allows children to snap together parts (no tools required) to create...
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The 7 in 1 Solar Space Fleet kit is an innovative solar powered science kit that can transform into seven different lunar modules and energized via direct sunlight or micro rechargeable battery. The Solar Space Fleet, for example, allows children to snap together parts (no tools required) to create seven different working models including a Space Station, Robot, Rover, Vehicle, Astronaut, Shuttle and Dog. As children watch the toy they built move around and speed up or slow down depending on the intensity of the light, they're not only learning and experimenting with solar power but also having fun with it. The kit can be powered by either a solar panel or a micro rechargeable battery.

  • Innovative solar powered science kit
  • Can be transformed into seven different lunar modules
  • Includes both solar panel and micro rechargeable battery
  • Ages: 10+

7 different transformations Modes:

  • Solar Space Station
  • Solar Space Mech
  • Solar Astronaut
  • Solar Space Rover
  • Solar Space Shuttle
  • Space Explorer
  • Space Dog

A fun and educational kit designed to assemble 7 different space themed kit designs for kids to learn about solar power and electronics. It includes parts to build space station, robot, rover, vehicle, astronaut, shuttle, and dog! All versions use the included solar panel or micro rechargeable battery which power different movements. No soldering or special tools required for assembly.

As children watch the toy they built move around and speed up or slow down depending on the intensity of the light, they're not only learning and experimenting with solar power but also having fun with it.

It can be energized via direct sunlight or micro rechargeable battery.

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