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  • BBC micro:bit
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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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New Product News Fischertechnik STEM Packs

New Product News Fischertechnik STEM Packs

We've got something super exciting to share with you this week, Fischertechnik STEM Packs are now available from Kitronik! At the time of writing, we have 9 new lines with more to follow. These STEM packs offer tomorrow's engineers kits that are close to the real thing. The packs cover a wide variety of STEM subjects. Each individual pack contains the parts and plans to build a good number of different models, giving the student a solid grounding. The packs are also backed up by comprehensive... Read more

Kitronik Christmas Fair - ZIP LED Helter Skelter

Kitronik Christmas Fair - ZIP LED Helter Skelter

This is the second model from our Christmas fair, this time showing off our ZIP LEDs and how the Halo can be used to drive a whole RGB LED chain. This project is a great chance to test your soldering skills, with a simple but fun card model to mount it on (Crazy paint schemes are highly encouraged!). When activated, the lights spiral down the helter-skelter, giving lots of fun lighting options for your diorama.   You will need: ZIP Halo. 7x ZIP Arc or a ZIP Strip (depending on the tube... Read more

Kitronik Christmas Fair - Stepper Ferris Wheel

Kitronik Christmas Fair - Stepper Ferris Wheel

This is the first model from our Christmas Fair, designed by Matt Moeser to show off the features of our new All-in-One Robotics Board. This solder-free model makes a great centrepiece to a Christmas diorama and shows off the robotics board's unique stepper motor coding blocks. The board is packed with features to drive all sorts of motors and servos, making it perfect not only for making robots but also powering a diorama and all sorts of other applications. Your imagination really is the limit... Read more

: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