Znap was a building system introduced in 1998 in response to a perceived threat from K'Nex, which at the time consisted primarily of coloured rods and a range of connectors to join them at angles.
19 sets were produced over a 2 year-period before the system was abandoned as a failure. Unlike Scala, which suffered the same fate a few years later, Znap had no redeeming features at all.
In this article I'll take a look at one of three models I own, 3531 Tri-Bike, the parts used in the sets and how they connect together, and the theme's legacy which, I can tell you now, is negligible.
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