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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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  • ZIP Circle - 12 ZIP LEDs
    Excl. VAT: £5.15 Incl. VAT: £6.18 As low as: £5.10

    ZIP Circle - 12 ZIP LEDs

    Add light to your latest project with the Kitronik ZIP Circle. Each Ci...

  • Mono Amplifier Version 3.0
    Excl. VAT: £3.33 Incl. VAT: £3.996 As low as: £2.508

    Mono Amplifier Version 3.0

    MP3 Mono Audio Amplifier Kit: supplied with a pre-built jack cable, an...

  • Wind-up Torch Kit
    Excl. VAT: £6.35 Incl. VAT: £7.62 As low as: £4.86

    Wind-up Torch Kit

    Our windup torch Kit is a great way learn about both electronics &...

Latest News

Fun Kitronik Halloween 2017 Project Ideas

Fun Kitronik Halloween 2017 Project Ideas

Halloween is fast becoming our favourite time of year as it really lends itself perfectly to fun and creative projects that allow you indulge your imagination and break out the making tools. This year we've got a range of fun and creative projects to help make your Halloween a memorable one. We've got fancy dress modifications, fancy dress props, moving Halloween decorations, and some great Halloween themed add-ons for the Kitronik :MOVE mini.   Fun Kitronik Halloween 2017 Project Ideas:   We've... Read more

BBC micro:bit Powered Halo-ween Fancy Dress

BBC micro:bit Powered Halo-ween Fancy Dress

Halloween offers the perfect opportunity for some fancy dress fun. In this tutorial, we will show you how this can easily be done using the Kitronik ZIP Halo for the BBC microbit. This will definitely make you the belle of the ball and if you also want venture out to trick or treat, it will help to light your way.   BBC micro:bit Powered Halo-ween Fancy Dress:   Parts: Kitronik ZIP Halo for the BBC micro:bit. BBC micro:bit. 3xAAA Battery holder with JST for powering the ZIP Halo. AAA... Read more

Getting Started With The Servo:Lite Board

Getting Started With The Servo:Lite Board

In this getting started guide for the Servo:Lite board for the BBC microbit we cover; attaching the Servo:Lite board to a microbit, the microbit pin assignments, and how to write code to control the lights on the board and the servos that are connected to it. All of the code included in the guide is available to download, you can find the download button on each of the embedded code examples. We have also included links to other useful resources that we have produced for this board.   Getting... Read more

Getting Started With Microsoft MakeCode Editor

Getting Started With Microsoft MakeCode Editor

This Kitronik University Resource is a part of the BBC micro:bit partnership and is a basic guide for getting started with Microsoft MakeCode Editor. Getting Started with Microsoft MakeCode Editor for the BBC micro:bit: The Microsoft MakeCode Editor is a drag and drop editor for the BBC microbit that provides a simple introduction to programming. Blocks snap together to build programs and are grouped by the type of function they do. When a group is selected, the commands in the whole group... Read more

Adding Extra ZIP LEDs To The Kitronik Halo

Adding Extra ZIP LEDs To The Kitronik Halo

The Kitronik ZIP Halo for the BBC microbit incorporates 24 colourful ZIP LEDs. It also has an ‘extension’ connection point that allows extra ZIP LEDs to be connected and controlled by the Halo. This tutorial shows how simple and quick this is to do. To do the following you will need a Kitronik Halo, a BBC microbit, a ZIP LED variant such as the ZIP Circle, and the MakeCode Editor (previously known as the PXT Editor). This tutorial also requires a little soldering.   Adding Extra ZIP LEDs... Read more