As part of the Science Mad! takeover with Trends UK, we’re offering three lucky families the chance to get their hands on a brilliant bundle of Science Mad! kits and science equipment toys.
Science Mad! is the collection from Trends UK that offers kids real scientific equipment and kits with real working features. These brilliant kits provide everything needed for fun experiments in the fields of chemistry, physics, electronics and more.
Find out more about the Science Mad! collection in our product guide here.
Alternatively, keep reading to find out how you can win a bundle of toys that includes the following items from the range:
- 1 x Science Mad! 100x Microscope (RRP £25.99)
- 1 x Science Mad! Light Up Globe (RRP £25.99)
- 1 x Science Mad! Build Your Own Vacuum Cleaner (RRP £21.99)
Looking at objects under the Science Mad! 100x Microscope is brings fascinating details into view, including some that you would never think were there! This microscope provides three different magnifications, from 25x to 100x, to suit a wide range of specimens. To maximise the precise detail that you see, it features a battery powered illuminator, a mirror reflector, as well as an adjustable focus. Everything is included to prepare your slides and conduct your studies. There are 2 pre-prepared examples to get you started featuring rose stem and onion skin specimens. Have fun gathering specimens such as pond water, salt crystals, mould, insects and flower pollen – all are amazing things to examine under a microscope.
Meanwhile, the Science Mad! Light Up Globe lets kids explore and learn about our great planet earth in illuminating detail! Powered by 4 x AA batteries, this 20cm diameter light up globe is mounted on a traditional arc stand for easy reference of any part of the world.
Finally, the Science Mad! Build Your Own Robotic Vacuum Cleaner helps children to learn the working principles of a vacuum cleaner by building this 75+ piece battery-operated robotic model. The finished vacuum cleaner will sense walls and obstacles and steer away from them automatically. It features a floating suction indicator to show when suction is flowing through the machine. It also features a small collection chamber to empty out the collected debris.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question and fill in the form by the closing date of Monday 8 November 2021 at 3pm.
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