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Vibrobug Kit

Requires soldering and assembly. Once built, a Miniature 3V Motor vibrates the whole body of the pre-cut Perspex Vibrobug, causing it to scurry across tables.

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Vibrobug Kit, Red
Vibrobug Kit, Black

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Product description:

This Vibrobug is supplied in kit form and requires a small amount of soldering as well as some mechanical assembly.

A coin cell powers a small off centre motor which vibrates the whole body of the bug and causes it to move around a table.

The kit is available in two colours, red and black, and is easy to solder making it an ideal project for those new to soldering.


  • This kit requires soldering.
  • This kit requires assembly.
  • This is not a toy.


  • A Vibrobug Kit in either red or black.





  • This kit requires soldering.
  • This kit requires assembly.
  • This is not a toy.

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Vibrobots - Milton Abbey School
Vibrobots – Milton Abbey School
These vibrobots were sent in by James Ratcliffe of Milton Abbey School following a recent year 8 taster activity. Rather than provide students with our complete vibrobug kit or fizzbit module, they got a coin cell power board kit and a vibrating motor, and got to work on their own designs.
Vibrobugs – Mr Cluney
Customised Vibrobugs by Mr Cluney's year 8 students.
Coin Cell Powerboard and Vibrating Motor
Video Coin Cell Power Board & Vibrating Motor
A video about our Coin Cell Power Board and Vibrating Motors taken from our Ask Kitronik Live event 2012.
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