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Kits

Kits are great as gift, holiday projects or for just getting started with something new and interesting. Dip a toe into the world of microcontrollers with a SparkFun Starter Kit, make your own electronic dough, practice soldering and more.

Kits

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AdaBox002 – Making Things Move - Feather Bluetooth LE Mini Robot   ADA3235

AdaBox002 - Feather Bluetooth LE Mini Robot Rover (Making Things Move) is the perfect gift for folks who are just getting started in the world of DIY electronics. It's an excellent introduction to the wide world of robotics!

£80

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AdaBox001 - Welcome to the Feather Ecosystem   ADA3193

AdaBox001 - Welcome to the Feather Ecosystem is the perfect gift for folks who are just getting started in the world of DIY electronics.  

£70

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Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit   PIM222

A lot of fun squeeezed into a tiny computer! Everything* you need to to get started with the Raspberry Pi 3, plus a friendly getting started guide.

£85

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MAKEDO Cardboard Construction Toolkit (Classroom Pack)   MDO 20008

The ultimate MAKEDO cardboard creation kit! Over 350 pieces including tools and screws that will allow you to build the ultimate fort awesome! Ideal for classroom or club use.

£125

Out of stock

MAKEDO Cardboard Construction Toolkit   MDO 20006

MAKEDO is a simple to use, open-ended system of tools for creative cardboard construction. Build imaginative and useful creations from up-cycled (re-purposed) everyday cardboard.

£12.50

16 in stock

Eureka! build your own kits

Eureka! and Small Machines have worked together to bring you a set of build it yourself toys for the whole family to enjoy.

Mirobot   MIME 002

The build-it-yourself WiFi drawing robot that teaches children about technology, programming and mathematics

£60

22 in stock

Mote

Mote is the most stylish way to light your home (or ship)! Ideal for under-shelf or under-cabinet lighting, or even lighting the way to the emergency exits on your super-yacht (you have one right?)