MEL Physics Deal: TONIGHT ONLY First Box FREE {$15 Shipped Express}

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MEL Physics box has an TONIGHT ONLY that you can’t miss!

Get your first box FREE! Just pay $15 express shipping! No promo coupon code needed – use this link to grab the deal!

Get the Mel Physics Deal

This subscription costs $34.90 per month + FREE Shipping, and will include one hands-on Physics experiment + FREE VR lessons you can access via the MEL VR app!

Check out our reviews of Mel Physics to find out more about the experiments we’ve done!

Your kids will learn how these everyday devices work by assembling them themselves

We often don’t understand how many of our everyday devices work, such as loudspeakers, cell phone microphones, FM car radios, or electric motors. With MEL Physics, your kids will acquire this understanding effectively by assembling their own devices!

Here’s how it works:

  • Subscribe for $34.90 on a monthly basis. Enter your address and payment details to get started. You can pause or cancel your subscription at any time.
  • Get both mobile and VR apps your first month. Your first experiments come with both mobile and VR apps so that you can enjoy the full experience right away.
  • Get new experiments every following month. Our physics sets contain 2 to 3 new experiments to conduct every month at home.
  • Get the family together for a new style of science education. This is a new way for families to spend time together while children broaden their scientific horizons. You can cancel your subscription any time you wish.

Here are a few of the experiments included in MEL Physics monthly subscriptions:

A MEL Physics subscription includes 18 physics sets delivered to your door. Each month you’ll receive an exciting new physics set from the list below.

Visit MEL Science to find out more!


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  • Deb

    I wish these had been around when my kids were little, I would have snapped them up!