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KNEX Coaster with Hot Shot Video
The KNEX roller coaster combines the ultimate KNEX building experience with a digital video camera that lets you share your creation with friends and family. Featuring a KNEX coaster car with onboard digital video camera, builders can now see what it would be like to ride their own creations, can share their building achievements with family and friends, and can even edit their own personalized movies. Includes over 725 pieces. For ages 9 years and up.

Kids' building set
KNEX roller coaster
725+ Pieces
Builds over 4' long
Digital video camera
Record video footage of your roller coaster ride
Motorized chain lift
Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).
System requirements:
Operating system: Windows XP and 2000; or MAC OS 9.2 or higher
CPU speed: Intel Pentium III 800MHz or higher
Memory: requires at least 128MB RAM & 80MB of free space
Software: supports USB 1./1 and MSDC (mass storage device controller)
Note: The video camera features 16MB of internal memory and can record 15+ seconds of footage. Additional footage can be stored by adding a microSD card up to 2GB (not included) to the camera's expansion slot. The camera features a resolution of 320x240, and records footage as an AVI (file) at 30fps.
Assembly required
In the box: 725+ pieces including colorful K'NEX parts, green video camera car, orange alternate car, motor and track.
For ages 9 years and up
Made in China
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glwrks
glwrks Jul 15, 2012
Love K'nex...the video camera is so cool! If there weren't so many infant item needs, I'd snatch this for a future gift now!;)
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FibroMom
FibroMom Jul 15, 2012
It will be a FEW yesrs till you need this one - but when my son was around 11 he LOVED this thing - played with it Forever!
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glwrks
glwrks Jul 15, 2012
I've got a 30 gallon tote filled, plus some sets that came in cases, in the attic;) My boys used them from kindergarten, and on thru HS for science competitions;)
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