We hate to admit it, but those of us at
were too stupid to have this toy. This was one of those
engineering-nerd-erector-set-on-steroids construction sets that
had gears and propellers. Some of the models could even go under water.
There were capsules for electric motors, gears, switches, and
pontoons. Other major parts included wheels, propellers,
impellors, lights, wires, etc. Each kit, which had set
numbers like 135, 150, 200, 250, etc., came with between 30 and
108 parts. Some of he more sophisticated sets could be
programmed with computers, and some featured voice command.
At the time of this writing, a company called IQ Key had
rebranded the concept, and their version was compatible with the