150 in ONE: Electronic Project Kit

  • Daniel PRO 9y

    OMG I had this exact board when i was a kid. What awesome memories you have brought up in my mind.

    CHEERS.
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  • Chris Glass PRO 9y

    Funny backtracking, LowRes... I googled the product and got back to your site, then I wandered a bit to the new SuperFantastico which looks awesome.
  • Davin Risk 9y

    Thanks Chris. That crazy internet strikes again.
  • Chris Johnson 9y

    Yeah, awesome memories. I spent many MANY days building and tweaking on that very same set. My young mind was enthralled at building sound generators and bleepy-bloopy sounds-like-a-bird sound effects. I always wanted more potentiometers to twiddle tho. :)

    Now, if I could only locate a pic of the Jr. Chemistry set I had too, my pre-teen regression would be complete... lol
  • Simon Roy PRO 9y

    The most useful toy I ever had !
  • Carol Luck 9y

    wow wow wow
  • Stephan Caspar PRO 9y

    can someone explain to me how it works?

    I can see all the wires and that - I asked before, are you making sounds or lighting lights or something?
  • Chris Glass PRO 9y

    Heya Dots. Essentially there are 150 little tasks to do. Among the wires and transistors there are lightbulbs, speakers, LED readouts, knobs and whatnot.

    One task is to hook up the wires to emit a sound that can be interrupted - in turn making a telegraph (I think) machine to make Morse code.

    Some are really basic concepts (like powering a light)... and other kits (maybe even this one) had a radio that could be built.

    I'll go check out the box and append this comment!
  • Stephan Caspar PRO 9y

    oh that's so cool - how are you getting on?

    so you just fiddle and tinker and make strange sounds and do little experiments. I love it...my browser wants to sniff out ebay.
  • Daniel PRO 9y

    cgi.ebay.com/Science-Fair-160-in-One-1-Electronic-Project...

    If you want your own, LOL. I seriously thought about getting this so I could relive my childhood, maybe next time. Thanks again for bringing back the memories.
  • Chris Glass PRO 9y

    My pleasure G0Da, and I bet some folks reading this might start bidding. It does have 10 extra experiments.

    As for how I'm doing with this dots, I've been too busy to dig in. My goal is to set up some things on it, then hang it on the wall. Hopefully before the holidays. I shall keep documenting!
  • mfshadow 9y

    I had this very same model when I was a kid... What fun!
  • fuzzmatt PRO 8y

    This was my desktop image for a really long time. I love the colours!
  • StuartRobertson 8y

    I also had a similar kit to this, but must have been an older model, it didn't have the integrated circuit or 7 segment display. Thanks for posting this, it brings back happy memories!
  • puttersocks 8y

    Wow, I still have this same kit from when I was a kid and was planning on passing it on to my 7 year old son but cant find the manual. Does anyone have a copy that they would be willing to share?
  • mycokecancollection.com 6y

    I went looking for this kit for my son this year. Apparently Radio Shack quit making them a couple of years ago. :(
  • Juan Carlos Franco 5y

    Hello one question... is posible one copy of user manual ? From Argentina Thanks !!! ( jcfranco*pwargentina.com )
  • sam_crut 3y

    The Science Fair 150 in One Electronics Kit was the most awesome toy I had of my entire childhood. I'm pretty sure that's the wiring for the Morse Code project. The contemporary equivalent to this would probably involve an Arduino.
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