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Turbo Flyer – A back to basics model airplane kit

on Saturday, February 1st, 2014
Posted in: Geek Toys, Kid Gadgets, News

If you enjoyed playing with paper airplanes as a kid or now as an adult, the Turbo Flyer kits from Tait Design Company will put a smile on your face. These easy to assemble balsa wood model kits have been designed to fly up to 50 feet without electronics, batteries or anything more than aRead More…


npw Build Your Own Kaleidoscope Kit review

on Monday, January 28th, 2013

Some of my favorite childhood toys include a Spirograph set and a kaleidoscope. I’m still fascinated by geometric art and actually ordered a couple modern Spirograph type sets for myself this past Christmas. I always thought it would be really cool to make my own kaleidoscope, so when I was asked by the UK basedRead More…


Wooden Pocket Knife Kit Teaches Knife Mechanics to Kids

on Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Back in December of last year, I showed you a wooden knife kit by Garrett Wade that helps show kids how pocket knives work. I have an alternative kit that is less expensive, requires no tools for assembly and has nicer looking chunky parts. It’s Nathan’s Knife Kit from Klecker Knives. Klecker’s website even hasRead More…


6-in-1 Solar Robot Kit Review

on Friday, April 1st, 2011

What do you get when you combine robot toys and a solar cell? You get the fun and educational 6-in-1 Solar Robot Kit from Let’s take a look.