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Remco Science Kits
REMCO Science Kits
My parents began buying these REMCO kits for me starting at 8 years old.  I loved them.  I must have built just about every one made  (at least 12 of them).  They helped bring me to my career as an Electro-Mechanical engineer.

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Posted by mike zias at 3:26 pm (PST) on Wed February 22, 2017   
I would like to see that list.  Also, I would like to find Science Kit transmitter.
Posted by ChrisV at 11:07 am (PST) on Wed February 22, 2017   
I've got a list of all the kits that I'll post.  I have many of the instruction manuals, but am missing the one for the Medical Science Kit.  Would be glad to share mine
with anyone interested.  Best, Chris
Posted by Bob Matthews at 2:44 am (PDT) on Tue September 22, 2015   
Notice they stereotype "the thinking boy" (later "nerd") with a bow-tie.
Posted by chrisbroz at 7:43 pm (PST) on Mon November 24, 2014   
Oh Yeah!!!  And thanx for the memories (I'd forgotten these)...with these toys you actually learned something useful....also the Erector sets!!!  and the Chemistry sets...if kids had chemistry sets today, DHS would casll out the SWAT teams on them...and their parents!!!

CB in FL
Posted by mike zias at 10:06 am (PST) on Mon November 3, 2014   
Thanks, I look at that.
Posted by Duff at 9:18 pm (PST) on Sun November 2, 2014   
Mike - Wikipedia's Remco entry has a nice list.  Have you looked there?
Posted by mike zias at 5:19 pm (PST) on Sun November 2, 2014   
Does anyone have a list of Remco toys that were produced?  How about a list of the science kits?  I am especially interested in the science kit transmitter.

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