Fuel Cell Car Kit

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Product Code: 02757

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Product Description

Everybody seems to be trying their hand at making an electric car these days and now you can join them, without having to spend millions of pounds in development and testing! This little kit enables you to make your very own fuel cell car powered by salt water! Just a few drops of water powers the motor for 15 minutes, simply add a few more once the car slows down and you’re ready to go again!

The Fuel Cell Car Kit contains everything you need to create an environmentally friendly, fuel cell concept vehicle. It includes a micro motor and fuel cell module as well as magnesium sheets to provide the chemical reaction with the salt water that you’ll need to power the motor. It’s the perfect gift for scientists both young and old!

All the materials used in this kit are environmentally safe and clean and there’s no batteries required, so the environmental impact is kept to a minimum. It really is the sort of gadget that we love – packed full of technology and kind to the earth!

Product Features

  • No batteries required
  • Runs on a few drops of salt water
  • Turn salt water into power
  • Fun and educational
  • Environmentally safe and clean
  • Easy and quick to make
  • Recommended for ages 10+ (adult supervision required)

Technical Specifications

  • Uses a chemical reaction between salt water and magnesium to power the motor
  • A few drops of salt water will allow the car to run for up to 15 mins
  • Each magnesium sheet will allow the car to run for up to 4 hours continuously


  • 1 x motor
  • 1 x pinion gear
  • 1 x gear with shaft
  • 1 x round shaft
  • 1 x air cathode
  • 2 x non-woven fabric
  • 3 x magnesium sheet
  • 1 x plastic water dropper
  • 2 x plastic sprues

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Fabulous kit - Review by Tim

Not only is this slick little car great fun (and blissfully easy) to make, once you add the salt water to it it zips along at a great clip. Making science fun in a very cool way.