This week, Closer Magazine can’t live without the Fresh Yoghurt Cup from the Science Museum shop – and we don’t blame them. Perfect for eating breakfast on the go, store your yoghurt in the bottom half and keep your fruit or nuts dry in the top until ready to mix!
Customise your ride with the Fuze Mega FX Bike Speedometer from the Science Museum shop, a fun bike speedometer and high-tech sound maker that makes a louder noise, the louder you pedal! The Telegraph Magazine calls all competitive siblings to the attention of this fantastic new and exciting gadget!
A brilliant write up in the Mail on Sunday’s Event Magazine tells readers all about the exciting X-Voice Drone from the Science Museum shop. Chosen as its Gadget Of The Week, Ron Waugh raves about the new X-Voice Drone for its quick response to commands, fantastic price of £50 and for providing hours of amusement for both himself and his son. What a lovely review!
Featuring the very cool Robot Lunchbox from the Science Museum shop, The At Home Parenting special shouts about all its favourite child-friendly things that are perfect for lessons, lunchtimes and playtimes. With Summer holidays just around the corner, little ones will enjoy going out and about with their lunch and snacks in their robot box!
Make mornings easier (and healthier) with the Fresh Yoghurt Cup from the Science Museum Shop – as featured by Emerald Street. Available with a splash of both bright green and pink, the pots holds up to 300ml of yoghurt and has a compartment at the top to store a generous handful of toppings. Emerald Street tells readers this new toy will have you saving pennies as you’ll skip buying breakfast on the go!
We are counting down the hours until the launch of The Science Poundshop this evening at the Science Museum, and we are delighted to see both Timeout and Elle Decoration show their excitement too! The weeklong pop up, described by Elle Decoration as offering exciting and “affordable design”, will showcase cool and quirky designs by up and coming designers. With new price bands from just £1 to £20, Timeout tells readers the pop up is full of “top-notch science themed gifts, keepsakes and other general bits”.
Why not head on down for a browse at The Science Museum tonight?
It’s a very happy Friday when the new and exciting X-Voice Drone from the Science Museum Shop is spotted in todays Metro. The mini quadcopter is claimed to be the world’s first voice-activated drone and recognises commands in ten languages. Fresh to the Science Museum Shop, this is a toy for the whole family to enjoy!