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BULK BUY: Buy 2 Wooden Torch Kits$69.00
Get ready for all the birthdays! Get a box with 2 Wooden Torch Kits. Keep one and gift the other or make them for a weekend togetherness project. Learn STEAM in a fun hands-on way.
DIY Bluetooth Speaker Kit$125.00
Who today doesn’t want some good Bluetooth speakers? Teens love to hang around the technology section of the appliance shop but are they learning how to make anything now? As they make the kit, they get to see what goes inside and learn electronics hands-on. Build the kit together and pass on your own maker skills – or perhaps learn the skills together for the first time. Our unique kits use modern electronics and are all designed and made by us here in New Zealand. We use eco-friendly practices and packaging.
Lantern + Torch
We promote the use of “bare electronics” so the kids can see what they’re doing and learn hands on. Both of these projects have been uniquely designed and have more than the average science kit.
The EveryColour Lantern kit packs a lot into one kit – wires, resistors, POTS, multi-LED and a timer circuit board. Your child will feel like an electronics rock star once they’ve made this technical kit! The Wooden Torch Kit enables your child to make a quality torch they’ll be happy to take camping (or read in bed!) – we made the beam extra strong and wide for this reason.
Like all our kits, these have been designed and made by us here in NZ using quality non-rainforest lasercut wood and 100% eco-friendly packaging.
ON CLEARANCE: EveryColour Lantern
Learn more electronics with this lantern. This is a challenging project for ages 13+. Use the ‘twisty knobs’ (potentiometers) on top of the lantern to change colours. Make white light and every colour in-between. Use paint to decorate or leave it natural. Proudly designed and made in New Zealand.
Wooden Torch Kit$39.00
Make a Wooden Torch Kit – everything you need to make a real working torch. Take it camping or use it for Spotlight – that’s what we do with ours! Fun to make and use and parents get the satisfaction of knowing it is developing real life, hands-on skills. It’s a win-win.