Solar Toys Eugene OR

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Eugene Toy Hobby
(541) 344-2117
32 E 11th Ave
Eugene, OR
Emerald City Comics
(541) 345-2568
770 E 13th Ave
Eugene, OR
Toys R US
(541) 485-8742
1133 Valley River Dr
Eugene, OR
(541) 688-8878
823 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR
Learning Palace
(541) 689-9793
65 Division Ave Ste H
Eugene, OR
Elephant's Trunk Toy Company
(541) 345-8697
529 Valley River Ctr
Eugene, OR
Flying Clipper Alternative
(541) 344-9172
140 E 13th Ave
Eugene, OR
Elephant's Trunk Toy Company
(541) 342-8548
248 E 5th Ave Ste 20
Eugene, OR
Game Crazy
(541) 607-2704
4235 Barger Dr
Eugene, OR
Mad Fool Games
(541) 461-5694
1950 Echo Hollow Rd
Eugene, OR

Solar Toys

Feel like playing in the sun? There are a number of fun toys that can also introduce you and your children to some solar electricity basics.

The Photon Solar Racer is an assemble-yourself solar kit car, available from EfstonScience SuperStore and other vendors. It's powered by a 5 amp solar array, and it can travel 10 feet in 6 seconds under full sunlight. The car retails for about $35.

Solar Powered Wooden Kits are available in several kinds and varieties from Solar Village from Crystal Bay. The toy kits include a windmill, a wooden car and a bi-plane.

Crystal Bay also makes a solar powered energy kit, excellent for educating your kids and yourself in solar basics. All of these items retail for under $20.

The solar energy project is another solar powered energy kit, from The kit provides kids with a simple experiment in using a solar panel to power an electric motor. The kit also comes with an informative booklet, and it retails for $11.95.

SolarWorld also retails a number of other education products, such as the Forever Light, which you assemble yourself, learning the basics of a solar electric system, for under $20. You end up with a solar key chain light that will provide you with handy nighttime light....

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