Gray is for grown-ups. This duct tape is made for the young at heart. You’ll get (30) feet of 1-7/8” wide duct tape on a 3” core. You pick: aqua, chain-link fence/skyline, red, yellow, pink cupcake, translucent white or olive drab.
Who needs glue guns when you can have both hands free while using this 40-watt hot-melt glue pot. The Skillet from Ad tech™ measures 2-1/2” dia x 1/2” deep and is ready to glue sticks, beads, or chips so you can dip and position to your heart’s content. 120 volts. Insulated and on a 54” cord. CSA listed.
We’ll provide the head. This little booger-bomb, angry zits and fizzing eyeballs kit will make a mother wonder why she ever had children in the first place. You’ll get a 7” skull mold, citric acid, green food coloring, a pipet, popsicle sticks, rubber gloves and instructions for making the skull produce the disgusting stuff described above. May even have some educational side effects.
Are you the sort of camper who carries a battery blender to make fireside frozen daiquiris? Then you need this combo tent light and ceiling fan. Measures 5-3/4” dia and has (4) bright white COB LEDs and a single-speed 3-blade fan. Has a folding handle for hanging, plus a magnet, plus a plastic stand that doesn’t work, which is probably why we have it. Comes with (4) “AA” batteries that might be a touch tired. Runs fan only, light only, or both.
The bag has large hard-rubber molded dinosaurs, including triceratops, edaphosaurus, apatosaurus, deinonychus, T-Rex and stegosaurus, all between 7” and 9” long, in assorted and probably mythical colors because who knows? Our dino judge deemed them “high-quality, highly detailed and substantial.” We’ll pick for you. Expect to get (2) different.
Don’t call us if it doesn’t work, these are as-is 12” tall wooden eagle rain-sticks. Nicely hand-carved and painted, though, and quite eagle-like, for sticks. A few light pebbles inside will bring on light showers if you believe hard enough. Or wait long enough.
You’re bound to be able to read through one of the lenses on this triple-lens hand-held magnifier. You pick. There’s a large, 5-1/4” acrylic lens at 1.5X with a 1” dia bifocal on the left at approx 2X and a doublet in the handle at approx 7X. (Ignore the surplus-inducing mis-marked lens powers; we tested ’em and the powers listed here are accurate.) Has (3) white LEDs under the main lens for your viewing pleasure and measures 10-3/4” long . The other is the same thing in a slightly smaller size, 8-3/4” long overall with a 3-3/8” x 1.5X main lens with a 1” dia bifocal on the left at approx 3X and a doublet in the handle at approx 7X. You add (3) “AAA” batteries for the LEDs.
Our oddest twofer: a 9-foot USB charging cable with tape-measure markings in 1/16” and 1mm increments on it. Has a standard USB jack at one end and both micro-USB and lightning jacks on a Y-plug at the other. Not only permits long-distance charging, it tells you how long the distance is!
A CPA for cooking your books? No, just a basic calculator made out of floppy black rubber so you can bend it, shape it, any way you want it. Stick it in your pocket , it's all right. Measures 6” x 3-3/4” with a button-cell battery and a back-up solar cell. Answers in a 2-1/8” long LCD. Made in Germany, where they know their numbers.
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