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Christmas Shutdown Ordering & Delivery Information:

The last day we will ship orders is Monday 23rd December, we will then be closed until Thursday 2nd January when we will ship orders as normal. Please see below for UPS, DPD and Royal Mail specific information:

  • (UPS/DPD) Standard orders placed prior to 3 pm Friday 20th for mainland UK will, in most cases, be delivered before Christmas.
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Laser cut Glitter Acrylic Christmas Decorations

Laser cut Glitter Acrylic Christmas Decorations

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...' well it is in Kitronik HQ now that we've made these awesome decorations using our newly stocked Glitter Acrylic! You're all thinking 'Glitter, what a nightmare, it'd go everywhere!' Well, you can rest at ease as the glitter effect is inside the material, so there's no mess, just cool decorations! With evenly distributed glitter particles to create eye-catching displays, we thought it would be the perfect excuse to also get creative! We chose the colours... Read more

Micro USB Lamp Enclosure by Neil Barrett

Micro USB Lamp Enclosure by Neil Barrett

This fantastic micro USB lamp enclosure was sent in by Neil Barrett of St Francis of Assisi Catholic College, Walsall.  As Head of Design Technology, Neil designed this lamp as the basis of practical tasks for students. So, as well as being very aesthetically pleasing, the lamp also serves as an educational springboard. This Lamp has been designed around our Micro USB Lamp Kit. The kit comprises a very bright 1W Power LED which connects (with the cable provided) to a PCB that also has a power switch,... Read more

Adding ZIP Hex LEDs To The Simple Robotics Buggy Kit

Adding ZIP Hex LEDs To The Simple Robotics Buggy Kit

Adding ZIP Hex LEDs to our Simple Robotics Kit is a great and easy way of adding indicator lights to your robot buggy. It's super simple, fun, and we've also included some code so you can get straight to play! Our Simple Robotics microbit buggy Kit features a, no solder required, clip together design. This opens up entry-level robotics to the younger children. In this quick tutorial, we show you that the cardboard chassis is not the only customisation option.   You Will need: A micro:bit. 2... Read more

How To Add A Servo To The Simple Robotics Kit

How To Add A Servo To The Simple Robotics Kit

We show how to add a servo to the simple robotics kit. In keeping with the simple robotics kit, this is a solderless pack! At the heart of the simple robotics kit is the Klip Motor Driver for BBC microbit. The Klip Motor broad can drive 2 motors and has an integrated 3xAA battery pack. It also breaks out the 0,1 and 2 pins from the micro:bit. The 3 x Batteries and broken out microbit pins mean that it can also drive any of our servos. This can add an extra dimension to your simple robotics builds... Read more

Halloween Music on MI:Sound Speaker Board for microbit

Halloween Music on MI:Sound Speaker Board for microbit

Take your Halloween decorations to a new level, by exploring sound! Use our new MI:Sound Speaker Board for microbit to create a perfectly spooky atmosphere in your home this Halloween. Follow our step-by-step guide and create our tune or simply get inspiration to make your own! To create our spooky tune, we used Microsoft MakeCode to take advantage of its simple block code which is easy to use and is also accessible to even the youngest of coders!   What You Need: MI:Sound Speaker Board... Read more