What you get
Assemble your own hand-crank flashlight, great for outdoor adventures, emergencies, or just battery-free fun. Follow the hands-on experiments in the instruction set to learn how capacitors, stepper motors, and diodes work. This electronics building kit for teens is recommended for ages 12+.
From the desk of the product designer:
Behind the design
“This circuit is a great way to experiment with electronic components like resistors, diodes, and capacitors. Plus, you get to use what you learn to make a brilliant flashlight!”
By the numbers
Motor prototypes that survived kid testing: 6
Motor's gear ratio: 1
Flashlight designs: 11
I would say it was hard but it is really cool. I find lego parts with it. The writing was hard. But we finally got it.
The life of this toy wasnt very long maybe three months with moderate use but my kid enjoyed it together
We had this as a project for the 7 and 9 year old during the holidays. They had help from their older cousins. It was a great group learning experience and the kids really liked the end product.