TRIPLE ACTION SOLAR CAR Toy Car Review Solar Powered Teaching Aid

This is a Solar Kit I got for Christmas from Denise:-) It is pretty cool and cost less that . You can find sellers on the internet. WORTH BUYING. Thought it was worth sharing. PRODUCT INFO: Triple Action Solar Car Robot Kit from OWI Robots Sleek, powerful, unearthly, and very cool… this futuristic solar car is an exciting way to demonstrate the use of alternative energy. It features an aerodynamic sports car shell design, a 4-wheel chassis, a powerful 1.4 volt, 350 milliampere solar cell (included) and transparent plastic body that can be painted or left clear to display the car’s inner mechanical construction. The steerable front axle, rear wheel and adjustable (directional/angle) solar panel mount are all independent parts, allowing for separate solar projects. The TRIPLE ACTION SOLAR CAR kit is also convertible: (1) The two-way battery source allows for battery or solar power; (2) the kit design is aerodynamic racer or tractor, and; (3) it features a multi-speed transmission. This is a marvelous educational science project for ages 9 and up.

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  1. #1 by DurAR89 at January 7th, 2009

    Cool man. Those Alternative energy mini kits are neat. I have a mini wind generator.

  2. #2 by czarwright at January 7th, 2009

    should give you some ideas on a tracking system for your panels.

    Ride the wave for Peace=)

  3. #3 by Anothercoilgun at January 7th, 2009

    Repulsive light like a repulsive magnet 🙂 Turn the car around and you have attractive light. haha.

  4. #4 by btigtime2 at January 7th, 2009

    With hands that fast, you have a job waiting for you in China.

  5. #5 by roidroid at January 7th, 2009

    hehe, 1:54 it’s like it’s solar wind powered.

  6. #6 by quietman18 at January 8th, 2009

    looks kinda cheap

  7. #7 by pantadon at January 8th, 2009

    All the things you’ve made, and you have a hammer my friend? Do I have to send you one? ;p

  8. #8 by pantadon at January 8th, 2009

    I meant to say, “and you don’t have a hammer my friend?” (scotch…) ;p

  9. #9 by GREENPOWERSCIENCE at January 8th, 2009


    The weather was storming outside.

  10. #10 by GREENPOWERSCIENCE at January 8th, 2009


  11. #11 by GREENPOWERSCIENCE at January 8th, 2009

    Not sure if I could handle the pay increase.

  12. #12 by GREENPOWERSCIENCE at January 8th, 2009

    It is made good for 37 bucks. The shell and larger option is kinda cheap as it tapes together. Also, don’t need a battery powered toy, unless you consider the flashlight.

  13. #13 by radicaldanzero at January 8th, 2009

    Lemon squeezer hammer, what will they think of next. Good stuff Dan. Now if I can put about a thousand of those panels on top of my Peace

  14. #14 by Nichen at January 8th, 2009

    LAWL that was pretty funny 🙂 Nice work by the way, I constructed a fuel cell toy car before and it ran quite alrite.

  15. #15 by mamoynas at January 8th, 2009

    what did you get for her? A plastic diamond ring? Or maybe a stirling powered hair dryer?
    Happy new Year Dan !

  16. #16 by trailbuddi at January 9th, 2009

    It does look somewhat like the Mars rover.

  17. #17 by whotoinfinity at January 12th, 2009

    Anyone here remember a classic kids story, from way back, called “Paddle to the Sea” (if not do check it out for your lil ones).

    Anyways the modern possibilities with this gadget make me wonder…

    Pretty Cute


  18. #18 by oOoitsmeh at January 19th, 2009

    What kinds of light bulbs did you use?
    And which ones made it go faster and which ones didnt work as well?

  19. #19 by GREENPOWERSCIENCE at February 2nd, 2009


    I used a 35 watt Compact Florescent 5000k white light.

    It worked better than a 60 want incandescent spot light.

    Thank you for the question.

  20. #20 by bonkersmcbonkers at March 20th, 2009

    wizard video, thanks

  21. #21 by PS3ddie at April 5th, 2009

    a bro can u explain splain 2 me what sides positive and wich side is negative …….thanx

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