Well I'm not convinced. I bought this for my son for Christmas hoping it might 'spark' (sorry) an interest in electronics. The amazing box contains an amazing maze challenge, an amazing turbo air thingy, an amazing flying disc, an amazing turbo action duo (whatever that means) and an undoubtedly less than amazing manual.
I believe this kit requires some understanding of electrical circuits to achieve the desired results. Thankfully, I do, otherwise I probably wouldn't have bought it.
The pieces are made of plastic apart from, obviously, the metal wires and motors. The pieces can be fiddly to insert into the bases and even more tricky to pull out. My eight-year-old son struggled.
The manual is, as in most cases, the biggest let-down. Lots of wordy instructions and less than helpful diagrams. There are, however, lots of photos but these are too small to be of use. I believe it would have benefitted from a brief initial description of how electricity works, along with some useful diagrams, before providing proper circuit diagrams of each amazing activity. Also, some information on the effects of parallel versus series connections would be beneficial. There is some but not enough.
As for the claim of more than 44 science activities, I would say that's a dubious claim.
Sadly, whilst my son did enjoy 'playing' with the amazing activities once I'd put them together at Christmas, they've not been out of the box since then.