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Lego 9684 • New/NIB

Lego 9684

Condition: New/NIB (New in the Box)
Completeness: all pieces, with box, with instructions
Damaged: no
Year: 1999
Parts: 729
Info: Warning: Not suitable for children under three years.
Lego eLab Set 9684 729 Pieces Educational Renewable Energy Set. Condition is New, Pieces still in original bags, never been used Perfect for Homeschool Students - The eLAB Renewable Energy Set helps students achieve an understanding of how energy is developed from the sun, wind, and water. These sets can no longer be purchased by Lego Education Division. It is genuinely rare to find in unused condition. The guided books are in new condition and ready for the next owner to power up their model using the solar cell, capacitor, and motor. Each set will be packaged securely and shipped in original Lego packaging. Solar energy can be captured by the LEGO® Solar Cell and used to power a model Ferris wheel, solar car, or test car. Your students can watch wind or water energy in action by creating a windmill or water mill. There are 729 elements, including a gear motor, yellow gear block, capacitor, and long and short leads. Includes four different building instructions for each source of energy. The set is organised into two levels of plastic trays which are removable. The box is a solid sturdy green plastic base with a clear plastic lid that snaps into place. The are two organisational cards that specifically describe with images the piece and quantity in each section.
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