Here is a listing of the latest and greatest products in the world of science supplies, toys, gadgets and gifts. This list is updated each time a new item arrives to the xUmp.com warehouse! Keep it bookmarked and come back frequently!
This miniature light switch (measuring 3" x 2.75" x 1.25") featuring ultra-bright surface mount light strips can be adhered to most surfaces so that you can provide a flood of light to spaces lacking illumination
This kit builds directly off of the Etron Basic Circuits Labs Kit and combines core electronic component and circuit-building fundamentals in 35 incremental experiments and labs that build each on the other.
This small electronics project box measures 6" x 3.5" x 2.25" and can be used to hold parts and components for electronics hobby and professional projects; buy a few and have a neat storage space for all your different supplies. Includes 6 screws (2 are extra) for securing the box lid.
Write secret messages to your friends in the know, keep diary entries safe from prying eyes with light-coded messages, and leave invisible tags in school notebooks with this handy and affordable invisible ink pen!
This set contains 9 different minerals, each corresponding to a different position on the Moh's Hardness Scale; the kit includes white and glass streak plates, a penny, and a nail so you can test the hardness and color streaks for all your minerals
Using this kit and the materials contained within, students will study the interaction between iron filings and a magnetic field sphere with a magnet embedded in its center, and relate their findings to the properties and function of the earth's magnetic field
Slag is the glass-like by-product left over after a desired metal has been separated from its raw ore. Slag is usually a mixture of metal oxides and silicon dioxide; however, slags can contain metal sulfides and elemental metals
Opalized petrified wood is a form of petrified wood which has developed an opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal; these particular specimens display ample opalization, but still retain the obvious appearance of petrified wood
Construct an exciting robotic arm with six axes of movement, a suction apparatus, and no need for a battery or mode; the unit runs on hydraulic power! Learn engineering, math, science, tech, and physics fundamentals while building a fully-operational arm
This kit combines core electronic component and circuit-building fundamentals in 40 incremental experiments and labs that build each on the other. Can be used for independent study, or in the classroom.