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Thames and Kosmos SolarBots: 8-in-1 Solar Robot Kit

Item #: 2040459
$24.20
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Solar power is a unique resource when it comes to electricity. With SolarBots, students can build a drummer robot, an armadillo robot, a solar bug, and many others while using electricity that is powered by the sun! Attached each SolarBot are compact solar panels that generate electricity through its electric motor to get it to move wherever you want and perform different functions.
  • Build and experiment with eight unique and fun solar-powered robots
  • No batteries required; just a compact solar panel and the energy from the sun!
  • Models include a drummer bot, tank bot, racer bot, android, wheel bot, solar bug, armadillo bot, and dinosaur bot
  • Discover the current real-life applications of solar technology and its nearly limitless potential