• Expose fake banknotes and write invisible messages - the UV Light Code comprises of a secret pen and UV light. The UV light makes the invisible messages visible again. Light up various objects around you and find out which ones light up and which ones don't. Try this using stamps, paper or white clothing.Age 7+

    The multispy fits into any pocket. During investigations, the crime scene can be examined using a magnifying glass, ruler and a pair of tweezers. Messages can be encrypted and decrypted using code discs and short messages and passwords can be stashed in the secret compartment for confidentiality. Periscope mirrors, a compass and a sundial can be very useful when tailing someone.Age 7+

    Every detective needs a secret storage solution to keep those important clues safe! With the Cryptex, this is easy. Write a combination number, programme it in and keep the code somewhere safe. Age 7+
  • Using the alarm system, any drawer or cupboard can be secured. Should someone gain unauthorised access to the secret documents or evidence, an audible warning signal is sounded that scares of any intruders.
  • When following a subject, you often need to gather secret information. Using the eavesdropping device, you can expose culprits! Point the microphone opening towards the sound source and hear it louder than without the device. Disturbing sounds from other directions are dampened by the listening spy.
  • Forensic Science Experiment Kit Grab this briefcase full of investigator’s tools and get ready to track down some crooks! Learn about how detectives use forensic science to answer questions, gather evidence, and solve crimes. Experiment with the equipment and techniques used by real detectives to develop your own observation and problem-solving skills.First, you will set up your detective’s office and organise your tools. Then, you will do some exercises to hone your observation skills. Next, you will learn about securing a crime scene, and gathering and documenting evidence, including fingerprints, footprints, and tyre tracks. After you have gathered evidence, such as hair and fibres, counterfeit currency, and soil samples, you will head back to the lab to learn about analysing it. Finally, you can try your hand at deciphering codes, writing messages with invisible ink, and communicating with secret symbols. As your detective skills develop, you can use them to solve the mock crime presented in the manual.The 32-page, full-colour experiment book guides your investigations with rich illustrations and step-by-step instructions. This is an inventive, engaging way to learn real science through roleplaying in imaginary adventures.