The Fizzbit, designed by The Crafty Robot, is a way to bring movement and excitement to mini-figures of your own invention. It is a small module containing a vibration motor, super capacitor and USB plug, which can plug directly into a computer or USB power supply (no batteries required). You slot your Fizzbit into a mini-figure (made from paper or 3D printed), turning it into a Fizzbot.
How to make your mini-figures move with fizzbit.
- Create your 3D printed or paper robot.
- Plug the Fizzbit module directly into a computer or USB power supply.
- Your Fizzbot can now battle, race and dance around!.
The kit charges in approximately 20 seconds.
Fizzbots can battle, race and dance around.
Pre-built kit, no soldering required.
- Rechargeable vibrating robot.
- 1 Pre-built Fizzbit Module.
- Length: 49mm.
- Width: 16mm.
- Height: 16mm.
- Paper or 3D printed mini-figure.
This kit is designed and manufactured in the UK by Kitronik.
How does this work p?
Posted byon Friday, 22 April 2016
The Fizzbit module is very easy to use, it comes pre-built so no soldering needed. You can then design a vibrating Fizzbit body, there are some examples here http://www.thecraftyrobot.net/. You would then plug it into the USB slot on a PC or laptop and after approximately 20seconds it is fully charged and when unplugged will begin vibrating.
Will a Fizzbit work with US based computers to charge? Is it capatible with our computers? Thanks Amy
Posted byon Tuesday, 15 March 2016
Yes they would be fine, they just use a standard USB port to charge.
Hi, when do you expect fizzbits to be back in stock? Thanks Sab
Posted byon Wednesday, 16 December 2015
We are currently in the process of getting this item back in to stock and we expect this will be in the next couple of days.
How can I get my hands on these? Are they stocked anywhere in NZ?
Posted byon Thursday, 9 July 2015
Unfortunately we currently don’t have a distributor that takes this item in New Zealand. However you can buy direct off our site and we do ship to New Zealand.
To buy 100 is that 4 dollars and 56 cents
Posted byon Tuesday, 20 January 2015
Yes if you brought 100 the individual price would reduce to $4.56 each (ex VAT).
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