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  • BBC micro:bit
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  • E-Textiles and conductive thead
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Kitronik create high quality products and resources for education and makers.

We specialise in electronic project kits and also stock the microbit and a range of accessories, plywood, e-textiles, Perspex, clocks and much more.

We aim to inspire & engage people of all abilities to further their knowledge of Electronics, Coding & Design by offering a well designed, well manufactured, innovative product range and free resources. All backed by detailed product descriptions, knowledgeable staff and fast delivery.

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:KLEF Piano For BBC microbit Free Case Resources

:KLEF Piano For BBC microbit Free Case Resources

The :KLEF Piano for the BBC microbit features all you need to both unlock your inner Bach and to provide you with some fun coding challenges. The first step in fully realising your micro:symphony is an inspiring instrument to play it on! With that in mind, we've developed a fun case design and produced an assembly guide to help you put it together. We've also built three separate versions, each from a different material, because we like options! We have; Cardboard, Perspex, and Wood versions.     :KLEF... Read more

Using MicroPython With Kitronik BBC micro:bit Products

Using MicroPython With Kitronik BBC micro:bit Products

If you've bought any of our more recent BBC micro:bit products and were also wondering how to make the switch from Blocks to Python, we've got you covered. We have example code for five of our recent products that you can use and also learn from. Each of the five products below has its own GitHub repo' containing all of the necessary files and code demos. You are free to do as you wish with the code, but they best serve as a learning aid. You Will Need: A micro:bit. MicroPython Editor such... Read more

Maker Faire Rome 2018 - An Overview

Maker Faire Rome 2018 - An Overview

The Kitronik crew, consisting of myself (Ben) and company director Geoff, were fortunate enough to be asked to join our distributors at Digi-Key at Maker Faire Rome 2018. Wanting to impress we put in a lot of work before hand on our set up, which can be seen in our blog post "All roads lead to Maker Faire Rome". Arriving in Rome we were first impressed not only with the history and beauty of the city but also with the massive amount of advertising there was for Maker Faire Rome 2018. Termini station... Read more

All Roads Lead To Rome Maker Faire 2018

All Roads Lead To Rome Maker Faire 2018

Today, in particular, it is the A453. This last week we have been preparing for an appearance alongside giants (I would have said Titans, but that's more Greek than Roman) of the Maker World DigiKey and the micro:bit foundation at Maker Faire Rome. Surveying the remnants of our show gear I decided we need a new centrepiece for the display, that shows the best of Kitronik, what we do, what we sell and who we are as a group of committed and detail-obsessed makers. I also decided it needed to pack... Read more

Kitronik Spooky Halloween 2018 Project Ideas

Kitronik Spooky Halloween 2018 Project Ideas

With Halloween 2018 creeping up on us, we’ve made some spooky resources to give your decorations a techy twist! It’s a great time of year to test out some ideas and to dust off your making skills. This year we have a theme, movement! Firstly, we have a moving prop, and we also have a device that detects movement to scare those that venture too close! We've also thrown in the odd making tip along the way, for good measure!   Halloween 2018 Project Ideas:  To mix it up even further,... Read more